He brings up some really great points!
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Women typically know that a size in one brand doesn’t always mean you'll fit into the same size in another brand.
And it seems the issue is affecting guys as well now.
In a recent survey of some of the top brands for male pants, the waists were measured to see if they really represented the size on the label.
Turns out a lot didn’t.
For example, pants labeled with a size 36 inch waist at the Gap really measured out to be 39 inches!
A pair of 36 inch Dockers turned out to be a size 39.5, but Old Navy topped them all with their size 36 really being a size 41.
Sorry guys, but you might not be as slim as your pants want you to believe.
What do U think about vanity sizing?