A WOMAN called out clothing companies as they contributed to making women feel self-conscious about their bodies due to sizing inconsistency.
Mom Megan Perkins Luke was left frustrated after purchasing four different pairs of jeans all of the same size.
Taking to TikTok, the mom stacked four pairs of jeans that she had just purchased from Old Navy.
Speaking as she showed the difference in sizing, she said: "And this is why women hate their bodies.
"Four pairs of jeans, different styles – all lined up.
"All button fly, all from the same company, all the same (waist) size."
However, as she zoomed over the jeans, it was obvious that they were indeed not the same fit.
Perkins Luke pointed towards the pair of jeans at the bottom of the stack, saying: "Huge on me."
As she moved up the three other pairs, she continued: "Fits perfectly. A little snug. Can't even get over my hips."
Along with the eye-opening video, she wrote: "Don’t judge your body by the number on the label."
The mom also revealed her jeans from other brands all ranged in number sizes but fit her the same.
Sadly, this is a story that too many women are familiar with as some expressed their frustration in the comment section.
One woman wrote: "Meanwhile, my husband can buy 36x34s at ANY store and they all fit…"
A second one commented: "This is not why I hate my body. It's why I hate shopping for jeans."
And a third revealed: "I'm slowly learning to stop bothering with sizes and just buying what fits. I'm not crying if it's a large when I'm usually a medium."
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