finding the perfect size

like most women, i don’t wear just one size. my size varies from store to store, and it can make shopping much more tedious when i start with one size and have to keep trying on different sizes to find the right fit. so, the article “what size are you ā€“ really?” caught my attention.

melissa adelman and her partner are working on a web site called “size me up” that translates sizes from one store to another. and, she’s trying to get at least 40 retailers to put the translation tool on their web sites, which would make shopping so much easier, especially in a world where online shopping is much more convenient than trekking to the mall.

they’re working on getting their site up and running, and are asking for input from women. they want women to enter sizes from 10 items of clothing in their closets, and anyone who participates will be entered to win an 8 gb ipod nano. if 5 of the 10 items are from their preferred brand list, your chances of winning are doubled. that’s a pretty awesome incentive.

so what do you guys think? do you think you’d use a site like this?

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Hi! Iā€™m a wife to a wonderful husband, mom to a beautiful and active (to put it lightly) kiddo, and fur-mom to 3 crazy cats. Iā€™m a former journalist. I quit my full time job two years ago. Now, I am a freelance writer and a virtual assistant for several bloggers!


  1. Hannah says:

    I would. I hate that I wear various sizes, and I love it when it’s a smaller size and I find myself buying clothes more from those stores. šŸ™‚

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