Given that there is no standard sizing, we all have garments in our wardrobes that range between 2-4 sizes (or at least have found when trying clothes on that in some stores we are one size and in another we are apparently ‘larger’ or ‘smaller’), so why are we so hung up on that number on the label?
Size is only a Number on a Label
April 1, 2009 by 27 Comments
Sometimes I have clients who are so excited about ‘fitting in’ to a certain size, even though they may look like an overstuffed sausage in these clothes. I wonder how the size can be blinding them to how they appear in the mirror?
Size is just a number, the tag is on the inside of the clothes so that it’ s not advertised to the world. If you don’t like the number on the tag, then you can always cut the tag out of the clothes.
It’s so much better to wear clothes that fit, that are neither to large nor too small. This guarantees you will look your best.
Why let some arbitary number affect your happiness and state of mind?