Robne marke nam nabijaju komplekse: "Zašto sam u jednoj radnji M, a u drugoj XL"

Žena iz Australije pokrenula je polemiku na internetu kada je shvatila da u različitim prodavnicama nosi i različite veličine odeće.

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Why the hell am I a Medium at Jacqui E but I'm an Extra Large at Zara? It's no wonder adolescent girls and women (not to mention boys and men) have a problem with body image in Australia today. . On a shopping experience back in 2016, I posted this pic after a frustrating shopping trip, as it made me realise that there should be a standardised measuring system across the board, that is a true representation of sizing in every store. For men, women and children. (It's enforced by law for children's clothes apparently, but still I find them wildly different) . I am more than aware that some shops house a particular style of clothes that is not suitable for a more voluptuous or curvy woman but don't hide it in a sizing system like size 1 and 2. Yes, you know the exact stores I am taking about. Sometimes I fit your size 2 but sometimes I look like a whale dressed in a Mankini. Now when I see your store, I just keep walking, rather than go through the ordeal of working out what a size 2 is when I grab it off the shelf. Is it a size 10, 12 or 14? It's a lottery! . Both my husband and I are under the average weight of both male and females in Australia but we are often XL when we shop. How messed up is that? I am NOT an extra large person. By calling men and women 'extra large', when they are smaller than the Australian average is sending a message that they are larger than they should be. . From what I understand, it has a lot to do with the labelling of clothing before it reaches our shores but in my opinion, it’s needs to be regulated and what is on the label should translate the same across all stores. Although size is just a number and I am comfortable and confident with my weight, I want every unsure girl or boy and every disheartened man or woman, to know that what it says in the label MEANS NOTHING. . I posted this back in 2016 and nothing has changed. . #bodyimage #bodyimagemovement #timeforchange #confidence #australianfashion #australianfashionindustry #regulateclothingsizes #mummyblogger #mummybloggerau #motherhoodunplugged #teenconfidence

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Adel Barbaro, poznata na Instagramu kao Real Mumma, pronašla je naizgled identične haljine, samo u različitim prodavnicama. U jednoj je nosila haljinu veličine M, dok joj je u drugoj radnji bila taman haljina veličine XL.

Iznervirana majka dvoje dece objavila je fotografije na Instagramu i iskazala ljutnju jer brendovi prave ovakve razlike u brojevima odeće.

"Nije ni čudo što devojke i žene imaju problem sa sopstvenim izgledom“, napisala je ova majka.

"Trebalo bi da postoji neki standardizovani sistem određivanja veličina koji bi važio za sve proizvođače."

Adel ne želi da prihvati činjenicu da nosi XL haljinu jer sebe ne smatra „ekstra lardž“ osobom.

"To šalje svim ljudima poruku, koji pri tom izgledaju normalno, da su preveliki“, zaključila je ona.

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