So just some picture proof about the pant size thing. They're making them smaller. I took 3 pairs into the dressing room to try them on. They all said "size 7". Nothing more. They also only had 3 pairs of pants in my size, TOTAL. They had infinite pants of sizes 1, 5, 9, and everything past 11 up to 17. No 7s. You'd think they'd produce more of what is needed, you know, "supply and demand". But no.
My grandma also said that the "size 7, fit 6" might be for girls who buy in evens. Which is logical, but also still really stupid. Why label it a 7 when it's for someone of a size 6?? We're not the same size, hence the number difference! Which also makes my theory in my last post true, also.
So here are the pictures.
|Pair Number 1. My pants that I just wore are on the bottom, new ones on the top.|
|New pair says 7.|
|My pair also says 7.|
|Pair Number 2. New on top, Mine (same as before) on the bottom.|
|Yep, it says size 7!|
But my third pair actually fit, slightly snug like all new pants, but lined up perfectly with my current size 7s.
In conclusion to my little theory, they're making mens pants bigger, and labeling them smaller. They're making girls pants smaller, and labeling them the same. Way to support anorexia, bulimia, and other weight conscious diseases, fashion designers!