Q. Why don’t we have a single sizing measure that is accepted universally?
Why don’t we have a single sizing measure that is accepted universally?
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You wake up in the morning indecisive of what to wear for the day. Purple shirt, orange skinny jeans and a black Chuck Taylor - weird but hashtag OOTD! Everyone always wants to look good. There are specific clothes in each season. Its fabric depends on how or where it should be used. Clothes even represent a specific culture and generation. Years pass by and clothes evolve from bell bottom to skinny jeans; and now we have cropped tops. If you had the love for fashion, you will get to see the timeline of how clothes change in the course of time from protecting our body to just a piece of cloth to cover something private.
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