What's the difference between juniors, petites, misses, and women's sizes?
I think you have to consult an astrologer or tarot card reader for the answer to that mysterious subject.
seriously? ok,,,juniors would be teens,,petites would be anorexic,,misses would be probably you,,and womens like me,,size 12 and so on until you reach large. But nowadays juniors wear misses and petites wear juniors and its just all mixed up. Hey how about we just wear what makes us comfortable.
The easiest way to differentiate these sizes;
Juniors = teens (or those who keep their teen figure)
Petites = for shorter ladies (like me These can be found in
misses and juniors
Missies = the size you are after you have your first child (and all
does not go exactly back how it was suspose to)
Women = are over size 18 in misses.
Did this help??
Juniors have sizes 0,1,3,5,7 etc. Odd numbers. Pants run slimmer in the hips than Misses.
Misses have sizes 2,4,6,8,10 etc. Even numbers.
Petites are for women 5'-3" and under. Same as misses sizing, but with a shorter inseam.
Women's are plus size or full figured.
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