We'll see. I make no promises. I'll do what I like! ;)
So I was out shopping today.
(You guys- I actually tried on jeans!)
I was in Peacocks, which is a pretty inexpensive store. Their clothes skew a bit young and cheap, but you can sometimes find a good deal. As I was looking around I wondered, not for the first time, about something...
I thought maybe my loyal readers could help me out with the wondering that a wondered.
The question is to do with tops like these:
(Yes I've posted this before. What? It's super-cute!)
In America, generally, these kinds of shirts would have letter sizes. Like S, M, L.
In England, they've got number sizes. Like 8, 10, 12, 14, 16....
In this case, the American way seems a lot smarter- at least from a retailer's point of view. Fewer variations of an item means more profit, right?
So, any ideas?
Why is this random thing done differently?
What weird little differences have you noticed?