Woman Starts A ‘Make My Size’ Movement To Remind Companies That Women Come In Different Sizes (25 Pics)

Clothes should be made for people of all shapes and sizes—not just for a small segment of society or some difficult-to-attain ideal. That’s one of the messages that the founder of The 12ish Style fashion blog, Katie Sturino is sending to clothing brands on behalf of women everywhere.

Sturino believes that some women have an incredibly difficult time trying to find clothes that fit them properly because a lot of companies use ‘vanity sizing’ (I mean, how can you be single-digit sized at one store and double-digit sized in another shop?) and other tactics. So she created the #MakeMySize movement.



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