My answer: S to XL. I don't mean before or after diets, I mean today, before, during and after diets, successful, accidental or not. I have not lost or gained a lot of inches since last year when I went to Boracay when I bought my Artwork shirt, until sometime this month when I bought Collezione shirts. My old clothes fit just about the same as my new ones. My tops sizes are either 3 for Collezione, S for Artwork or XL for Lonely Planet. I do not own a M or L shirt. In a shirt company's eyes, I am either fat or thin, never just right.
The same is true with bottoms. According to Space, I am S (shorts or denim pants), but according to Fila and Adidas, I am XL. According to Nike, I am nobody, as it does not have XL and their biggest size, L, does not fit me.
Only Debenhams and Plains and Prints think I'm normal, at sizes 8 and USA 6. But Plains and Prints is not normal. They have clothes that, like Nike, do not carry my size, or of a different size. I tried on three pieces of clothing at Plains and Prints at The Shops in Greenhills and they were all of different sizes. Two fit me, and the other one was too small, even though it was the biggest size that they had.
|Paging the size police!|
Lonely Planet XL
|Mid-calf adidas jogging pants: XL.|
Plains and Prints USA 6