Is ‘glamour sizing’ making shopping confusing for consumers? We think so. I was shopping for Grandma a few months ago and I didn’t see her size. I then went ahead and asked the fitting room people how do I find her size. They say that the new sizes are sizes 1, 2, 3, and 4.
The size that Nana was originally is now a size or 2 too big.
I guess this is the continuation of the new “glamour sizing” that has been going on for a few years. I thought the sizes would be a few off, but I never imagined nothing like this.