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Woman Shows Huge Difference Between Size 12 Trousers From Many Shops

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Woman Shows Huge Difference Between Size 12 Trousers From Many Shops

An eye-opening TikTok has revealed the vast size differences of size 12 trousers at a number of popular stores.

In a video posted on the popular clip-sharing service, a user called Sophie Shakeshaft tried on a number of her trousers from different stores to portray the difference.

Trying on a range of bottoms, including loose fitting tracksuits from Asos, white high-waisted jeans from Topshop and black jeans from Pretty Little Thing, Sophie showed that despite all being labelled as a size 12, not all of them fitted her body.

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At the end of the video, Sophie said: "Notice my body didn't change size once during this video! Don't put value in your clothes size babygirl. Love the skin you're in.

She added in the video's caption: "Clothes sizes don't exists and companies just make them up : change my mind."

The uplifting video was warmly received on TikTok, with many thanking Sophie for her reassurance, especially as some were feeling self-conscious about their bodies post-Christmas.

Several brands were different sizes (Credit: TikTok - Sophie Shakeshaft)
Several brands were different sizes (Credit: TikTok - Sophie Shakeshaft)
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One viewer wrote: "I needed this. Gonna start buying the size that fits me best in that piece of clothing. I would normally feel paranoid if my usual size doesn't fit me."

Another said: "This made me feel so much better, thank you for making this!"

"Makes me feel better about all my jeans that clearly aren't the same size!" a third laughed.

"Thank you so so so much!" a fourth chipped in. "Honestly this made me tear up a little bit. I feel I'm always judging myself for what's on the label."

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Sophie's heartwarming video was well received (Credit: TikTok - Sophie Shakeshaft)
Sophie's heartwarming video was well received (Credit: TikTok - Sophie Shakeshaft)

Sophie was keen to reassure her followers who weren't happy with their body size.

Replying to those who commented, Sophie wrote: "It can be so disheartening. Just remember when you're shopping that this isn't a you problem, but a them problem.

"Comfort is key - no one can see the label and the label doesn't matter!"

Featured Image Credit: TikTok: Sophie Shakeshaft

Topics: Shopping, Clothes, topshop, ASOS, Health, TikTok

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