Sunday September 20, 2020

One size doesn’t fit all

Clothes brands are finally realising that people of all shapes and sizes deserve stylish, well-fitting clothes and are working on a new method of ‘inclusive sizing’, writes Ciana March

8th May, 2019
Polina Veksler and Alexandra Waldman, founders of the US clothing brand Pic: Universal Standard

If you’re a clothing size 16 or above, it’s likely you’ve fallen victim to one or all of the following afflictions of the – as the industry likes to call it – ‘plus-size’ woman: a) the rare to non-existent availability of your size on the shop floor; b) the changing room battle with a garment more ill-fitting than a euro shop Halloween costume; c) the expedition to the furthest corner of a department store where...

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