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February 17, 2009


You are so nice to have done that for R. We women get a size stuck in our head and refuse to go up even if it would be perfect. Little do you know that you just helped to create a positive body image for this young woman for life.

I was obese when I was growing up, and would've loved to have gone shopping with someone sympathetic. That's lovely of you to have taken her! I hope she loves wearing them.

In the UK we have a store called Next - they only stock their own brand of clothes. I have walked out of that store with 2 tops - one a UK 8 (4?) and one a UK 20. Insane. I'm also shopping for Bridesmaids' dresses and have to buy a 13yr dress for my 9yo Bridesmaid. What IS it with women's sizing!? I'm consistenly a 34 in men's jeans but can be anything from a UK 14 to a UK 18 in trousers.

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