A lot of people have got them. Including me. Reasons why you don't or often don't fit into something when you're shopping for clothing. For me, I often don't fit jeans, because my upper legs are too thick and my hips too small or any tight top with not enough stretch, since you can't have boobs and also be skinny.
Most Helpful Guy
I wear shorts pretty much year round, because I don't like the way pants look on me. I think they make my hips look too wide.
Also, It's difficult for me to find hoodies and sweatshirts that fit because I am short, so most of them are too long. I go to places like Plato's Closet to find some shirts that have been washed dozens of times, because sometimes it makes them a bit tighter and they fit me better. Plus, they made shirts much shorter back in the 90s and early 00s, so old shirts fit me better too.0
Most Helpful Girl
Always have an issue with bras.. I've fluctuated but have been one size for a long time now and the band size is fairly tiny but the cup isn't.. so that means that bra companies manufacture a small band size like a small cup size so I dont even get the full support I need.. I pretty much just throw money into a dumpster every time I buy a bra because the make of it is so delicate due to the small band size..(they hardly last more than a few months before the straps start to give) I'm basically trying every bra in existence for something that actually holds me up and in.
Jeans are a catastrophe, small waist, big hips, regular thighs.. I have a big butt so the fabric pulls in the front and thens there's so much extra fabric for bigger thighs than I have. I have to experiment with lengths or petite/reg.. I am starting to narrow down good jean brands tho.. Shirts, dresses, skirts are easy bc my waist is xs-small and my band size is small but my butt is big and my cups are big so I find myself picking out random sizes in bras/jeans just based on how they fit.. o.00