Tim Gunn, did you hear me?
September 9th, 2016 @ 5:53 pm


I saw this article circulating on Facebook this morning: Tim Gunn: Designers refuse to make clothes to fit American women. It’s a disgrace. As I read it, I was mentally giving Tim Gunn a high five.

I made this same tirade 4 years ago after seeing this crap:

My 2 comments at the time were from men wondering the same thing.

2 weeks ago, I went shopping with my sister and later met up with a friend. That day was a disaster:

Mall induced depression.

The TR;DR of the photo caption: Shopping made me depressed because I couldn’t find my size, nor saw something I wanted in my size.

Now, I know I need to lose weight. I need to get to the gym this weekend. I am trying to do what I can with the time and energy provided to me when I’m not working 50+ hours weeks. However, the weight isn’t going to magically fall off me. My friends that have a significant amount of weight can attest to that. Weight loss takes time. In fact, I am going to take a walk after this posts.

Yet, I do want to enjoy cute clothes when I can.  Maybe I do want to splurge on myself and buy The Mayfair Tee-jama set from Victoria’s Secret.  But when you don’t have it in store, in my size, you’ve lost a sale. And you’ve broken my heart.

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