One woman is calling out a major brand for inconsistent sizing in a viral Facebook post, alleging that the confusing sizes can send the wrong message to girls.
Missy Rogers posted a photo of two pairs of shorts, claiming that both were purchased at the store American Eagle Outfitters, and writing that while the shorts appear similar in size, one pair is a size 4 and the other, newer pair is a size 10.
“The only difference is the year I bought them, length, and slightly different style,” Rogers wrote in the Facebook post, which has been shared nearly 70,000 times….
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