Woman shows how Primark’s size 6 and size 18 BOTH fit her as she tries to prove that 'clothes sizes mean nothing'May 16, 2022
A WOMAN has taken it upon herself to try and prove that "clothes sizes mean nothing", by wearing a top and skirt from Primark – in a size six and a size 18.
Sarah-Louise Gee took to TikTok to urge people to "pay no attention to clothing size" as she sported the black and white patterned skirt from the budget retailer in a size 18.
She paired it with a black cropped T-shirt in a size XS – a six to eight.
"And they both fit," she said as she showed off the chic ensemble.
Sarah-Louise then turned her attention to jeans as she tried on a pair of size 12 denims from Zara which fit, whereas a pair of size 14 jeans from Primark she couldn't do up.
"These are a size 14 from New Look, and they fit," she said, but it was the size 16 jeans from the high-street store that fit her the best.
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"This is such an important message to get across. Well done," one person commented on the video.
To which Sarah-Louise replied: "Thanks so much.
"I remember being so disheartened if I couldn't fit in my 'usual' size.
"But now I know it actually doesn't matter one bit!"
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"So refreshing to see such honestly," another wrote.
"It can really affect your confidence when you have to wear bigger sizes. Love this."
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"I never go shopping without a tape measure," someone else commented.
"Oh that is such a clever idea!" Sarah-Louise replied.
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