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She Proves That Women Struggle A Lot Finding Their Exact Clothing Size

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Sometimes buying clothes based on your size can be pretty much a roll of the dice, especially for women. While men deal with small, medium or large, women’s clothing uses some different measurements that don’t match between brands.

And there are times that they don’t match up between the same items and to highlight this point Instagram user Katy who’s username is wodthefork recently posted a picture of herself trying two pairs of same size denim leggings at Express. When she tried them on, they weren’t the same size.

LOL sizing is SUCH bullshit 😂😂 these are both a size 10 short from express in their low rise leggings. Literally the same store, cut, size, etc. The one was a hair too big & the other didn’t even go over my thighs 😂😂 like WHAAAT?! My reason for sharing is…If you ever find yourself in a fitting room ready to bust into tears when something doesn’t fit (we’ve all been there, myself included…millions of times…ask my mom) REMEMBER THIS PIC! There are times I’m a small, times I cant even muscle into a large, times a 10 falls off my hips & times, like this, it doesn’t even get past my thighs. Sizing is silly…no one will know if you had to bump up or down because of the cut, style, or likely completely wrong sizing on the store’s part. You mean so much more than fitting into the smallest size you can. Our value should never come from a number…on the scale or in our clothes. 😘✌🏼

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Katy wrote:

“If you ever find yourself in a fitting room ready to bust into tears when something doesn’t fit (we’ve all been there, myself included… millions of times… ask my mom) REMEMBER THIS PIC! There are times I’m a small, times I cant even muscle into a large, times a 10 falls off my hips & times, like this, it doesn’t even get past my thighs.”

“Sizing is silly…no one will know if you had to bump up or down because of the cut, style, or likely completely wrong sizing on the store’s part. You mean so much more than fitting into the smallest size you can. Our value should never come from a number…on the scale or in our clothes.”

And Instagram commenters seemed to agree.

“Omg,” one user wrote. “That is quite the eye opener…I never try clothes on in store and definitely not same sizes so I would never notice. So crazy! Thanks for sharing!”
While another added:

“Thank you so much for pointing this out. I have found myself many times in a dressing room crying my eyes out because of the size of my clothes. I wear a 7 in one brand of jeans and a 14 in another. It’s absolutely ridiculous.”

Clothing companies definitely need to fix this issue!

Source:distractify

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