These sizes change within each store/brand. How do they measure? What is a size 0? A 20? And with pants, why can't they just give us the inches? It's so much easier to shop that way. I like the XS,S,M,L,XL rating, just not the size 2 or whatnot rating. And before you jump into any conclusions, I am not extremely fat nor extremely skinny. I can wear anything a from a 2 to 8.
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That's what dressing rooms are for.
It's really not that hard. I personally never have a problem with finding the right size pants or what not. It also depends on if the brand goes by European or American sizes. A size 0 in the US is a size 4 in Europe.
A little trick that my dad taught me: Take your arm and put your hand into a fist, so it's from your elbow to the end of your fist, and put it into the part of the pants that will rest on your waist. I hope I explained that okay. But using that little trick really helps me.0