Kristin: “This feels like a piece of clothing that wanted to be a shirt but got bored and quit halfway through.”
Average teenage girl size.
My guess is that someone did some math somewhere and calculated how much money they would save in design, production, and marketing by having to design, cut, manufacture, label, store, ship and display only one size.
How does shopping at a place that advertises "One Size Fits All/Most" put you in an exclusive club?
There is no healthier message for a teenage girl or anyone else than the message that it is your prerogative to take or leave what is being sold to you. And that doesn't only apply to clothes.
It is your prerogative to take or leave what is being sold to you. And that doesn't only apply to clothes.
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