H&M needs to get some sense of sizes now!
A British woman, Ruth Clemens, shopped from H&M, all to her disappointment. It was great that she voiced her concern for this size discrepancy with H&M. We need people like Ruth, to give people the courage to speak against wrong. She will be an inspiration for people who feel a lack of confidence in venting out their opinions in public.
H&M has been accused of making extremely small sized clothing. This lady has taken to Facebook to inform the world about the size disparity.
Catch how Clemens has taken to the internet to give H&M a lesson.
You will be surprised to know that her Facebook post in which she took to H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) has been shared at least 10,000 times till now. Such is the power of social media. All you need is post, and the internet fraternity will handle rest.
She has regarded it as 'unrealistically small'. She seems to have been offended. This picture was clicked to joke with her friends, but eventually, Clemens decided to post it on the H&M Facebook page.
Ruth has got the brand chasing for its reputation. A pair of jeans can cost so much to a brand, quite thoughtful and something to be cautious of.
Yes, something every girl feels when she goes out to shop and is shamed for her size. She feels that maybe her body is not worthy of the high street apparels. She has urged H&M to look into this disheartening matter.
Ruth has appealed the masses with her post. This is something a lot of shoppers have encountered while heading to H&M.
This guy has got the chance to pour out his feelings as well. Thanks to Ruth for being a trailblazer.
H&M is a prestigious brand that has clothed us for quite long now. It gets us the fastest fashion clothing, be it for men, women or children. H&M values its customers' perceptions and aims to tackle this situation in the best possible manner.
By the supermarkets, who provide the size they claim. Beware H&M, you are on the verge of losing your premium customers. It's better late than never. Buck up, it's time to pull up your socks and get going.