All of us get excited when we can wear a smaller size, especially when we have gained 10 pounds.
The fashion industry these days is resorting to changing the size on the label without actually changing the size.
Nada Manley, a fashion and beauty writer, says designers are padding our egos while secretly expanding our waistlines so we can fit in smaller sizes.
Satisfying our egos, designers are boosting their sales by labeling larger pieces with smaller size numbers.
Galindo a fashion retailer who sells mostly 8's, 10's and 12's, says that women place too much emphasis on a size label. He hasn't changed his sizing, but his 1967 mannequin, a size 10 back then, is now a size 2-4.