Don't Blame J. Crew's New XXXS on 'Vanity Sizing'

The apparel company says it extended sizes to accommodate customer demand from their market in Asia.
0:35 | 07/08/14

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There's something new on the racks of J. Crew the clothing retailer is now offering -- -- Triple zero and women's pants which according to the company's own sizing chart translates into a 23 inch waist. Some suspicious fashion bloggers are calling this a case of vanity sizing. A trip to flatter customers in the thanking their fitting into a smaller size. A time honored industry gimmick others are critical for a different reason saying the -- -- issue puts too much pressure on ordinary people. To make them think they need to be center.

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