Yes, because women's clothing varies so much. At target I'm a size 5, at old navy I'm a size 2 in their curvy (sweetheart) fit, at Abercrombie I'm a size 6, at forever 21 I'm a size 27. So with every store and every cut I have to try it on.
There is nothing worse than shopping with a woman. If there is a hell on earth that's it. As you get older you learn to contain your feelings about it because they expect you to do it and they get really pissed if you don't show some interest. Even if your interest is totally an act they still know it, but appreciate that you are willing to put up with it for them.
The only thing worse than shopping with her for her clothes is shopping with her for your clothes.
about 85% of my clothes I design and make myself. I take inspiration from my fav designers, and vogue/ harper bazaar. I spend time in fabric stores, ( mainly theses ith designer remnments) but with my sketches, and colour samples I find want I need really quickly. The rest I get online. I have better things to do with my time than shop in boring clothing stores.
Because our clothing sizes are way different than men's. Every store has their own different sizes so she need to try them on. Also women judge other women really hard on their looks so most women try to look better.