Recently, husband Michael Jammer, took to social media to rant about how the size of women's clothing can be mentally damaging to women. He wrote "I'm extremely irritated and let me tell you why. I took these pics to prove a point. I'm 6'1" 150 lbs, I'm not a huge guy. I wear a medium shirt. So when I go shopping with my wife and see her get aggravated, I now understand why."
Included in his post was a photo of him wearing his wife's shirt and added "This is her shirt. It's an XL. Do I look extra large to any of you? NO, either is she, so why do these companies continue to shame women and their weight. She wears my
I also think there is a huge issue in that sizes are not standardized in North America. I have pants that are a size 2 and I have pants that are a size 8...how does that work? It's such a mental game when it comes to shopping and sizes. It's the same way that the scale works! You could be having a great day, feeling good in your body, feeling healthy and you step on the scale and that all changes. It's amazing how profound an effect a size or number can have on you and your mental health.
What are your thoughts on sizes? How do they make you feel?