Sick of falling in love with something in the changing rooms only for it to be that little too small in one size and frustratingly baggy in the next?
Thankfully, high-street hero Next have a solution. And we reckon it's going to prove very popular with customers.
Instead of just stocking sizes from 8 up to 18, they will now be introducing sizes 11, 13, 15 and 17. It means that if you find yourself struggling with a size 10 and 12, an 11 or a 13 could be the ultimate solution!
And the brand have revealed that there are plans to roll out even more sizes in the future in order to cater for everyone.
The move comes after feedback from customers who felt discouraged that they couldn’t always find a good fit in standard sizing. The first items to try out this inclusive new sizing system will be denim, tailoring and swimwear – but hopefully if successful, you’ll be able to pick up everything from dresses to skirts in a new in-between size.
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A spokesperson for the brand explained, ‘Next are always looking for ways to help women feel amazing in what they wear.’
Whilst we will have to wait until the end of April or start of May to get our hands on the new sizes, it’s not just Next’s own brand clothing that you can pick up on their website.
Holly Willoughby sent fans into a frenzy this week as she stepped out in a Warehouse dress (opens in new tab), only to realise it had completely sold out on their website after going into the sale.
Priced at a very reasonable £49, the adorable horseshoe printed shirt dress is still available to buy at Next.co.uk in nearly all sizes.
Fans took to Instagram in their droves to show appreciation for Holly’s ladylike look with one commenting, ‘Love this dress; the sleeves, the collar, everything about it!’ Whilst another added, ‘so happy that’s two dresses you have that I have now! Can’t beat Warehouse!’
If it’s good enough for Holly, it’s good enough for us!
Jess Beech is an experienced fashion and beauty editor, with more than eight years experience in the publishing industry. She has written for woman&home, GoodtoKnow, Now, Woman, Woman’s Weekly, Woman’s Own and Chat, and is a former Deputy Fashion & Beauty Editor at Future PLC. A beauty obsessive, Jess has tried everything from cryotherapy to chemical peels (minus the Samantha in Sex and The City-worthy redness) and interviewed experts including Jo Malone and Trinny Woodall.
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