When you compare your denim or dress sizes from the past decade, you’ll realize it’s not necessarily you that has changed, it’s the fashion industry and it’s sizing requirements. All of a sudden you’re wondering, what happened to the size, I thought I was? I swear the waist was…”this” big, not “THIS” big?
Unfortunately we can’t tell our beloved fashion designers what to do with their size charts, but what we can do is the following:
- Ignore the number on the jeans – Instead focus on your body and it’s health. Do you feel good in your waist size? Do you feel good when you look in the mirror? That’s all you need.
- Feel damn good in our jeans, no matter the size.
- Focus on loving our bodies, and being proud on how they look.
- Doing regular measurements to ensure we stay in a healthy area for our body/height. As long as we are healthy according to ourselves and our doctors, the size is irrelevant.
- Buy the size that fits right, not the number you want.
And lastly, strut like you own those jeans, not like they own you.