Clothes with the same size label have become steadily larger over time. Measurements vary a bit by brand, but research by The Economist finds that the average British size-14 pair of women’s trousers is today more than four inches wider at the waist than a size 14 in the 1970s, and over three inches wider at the hips.This means that today's size 14 fits like a former size 18; a size 10 fits like an old size 14.
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Women who are of average size -- that's a size 14 in the United States -- find it nearly impossible to find nice looking clothes that fit them. Learn why the industry stays away from larger sizes, and how that's slowly changing.From... Read Post