The Truth Behind One Size Fits All

Certain stores, such as Brandy Melville, carry most, if not all, of their products in a one size fits all selection. While this sounds all encompassing, there are quite a few things to consider when shopping such stores.

For the Tall:
Be cautious with length. One size clothing may tend to ride up on those with longer limbs. Granted, these types of garments are generally produced with taller models in mind, so there may not be much to fret over.

For the Curvy:
It’s a tough one size fits all world out their for women with a larger figure. Clothes built for one size generally go for the European average: slim. Be cautious around the more form-fitting items and tighter pants.

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For the Short:
As a shorter woman myself, I know how difficult it can be to find a pair of jeans that doesn’t bunch up around the ankles, but, sadly, the one size market is not usually too accommodating for shorter ladies. Some of your options may be baggy and longer than expected once you put them on, so always try on!

For the Slim:
Congratulations! You should have little-to-no problem sporting the latest one sized trends! Although some things may be slightly baggy on you, you can totally rock these styles!

For Everyone: don’t be afraid of one size fits all stores. There are things in there you would never have expected to fit you or look good!