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Jessi79 Wed 15-Feb-17 17:10:45

Either I've put on loads of weight or next sizing has changed! I'm the same weight etc but now a 14 when last season I was a 12, has anyone else had the same problem please?

Laiste Wed 15-Feb-17 17:20:21

Erm - i've just found the opposite actually. I had to buy a size smaller than i thought i needed in something last week. Happy days.

In M&S today however ... i just had to up-size. (trying out their high waist skinnies). Humph.

KingJoffreysRestingCuntface Wed 15-Feb-17 17:24:07

Next is random.

Two tops the same can vary massively. They don't seem to do 'sizes'.

Laiste Wed 15-Feb-17 17:24:35

To be honest, depending on weather it's a top or a bottom and where i am, i'll often take a 14, 16 and an 18 into the changing room if they have them. You can never bloody tell these days!

LightastheBreeze Wed 15-Feb-17 17:26:12

I'm size 12-14 and just bought a size 16 coat from there, also the jeans seemed a bit tight, it is extremely variable though.

Greyboot Wed 15-Feb-17 17:47:02

I've got jeans in 14,16 and 18 from next that all fit and tops in 16 and 20

I'm generally 14/16 in most places now, having lost 7 stone

Jessi79 Wed 15-Feb-17 18:26:42

Thanks everyone - feeling better now!

Laiste Wed 15-Feb-17 19:34:45

grey i'm like that with jeans from New Look. Three sizes 12, 13 and 16 that all fit the same and look the same on. I always feel a bit happier pulling on the 'small' ones though grin

JemimaMuddledUp Wed 15-Feb-17 19:37:25

I had to take a dress back and change it for a smaller size last week, which was unusual as Next doesn't usually allow much boob room.

OTOH jeans bought this winter are smaller than jeans bought last winter.

PhyllisWig Thu 16-Feb-17 00:56:15

I hate next sizes. Lots of people say they come up big and have room for tummies but that's never been my experience. Same in m&s. I must be the only person who can get into a 12 in H&M and need a 16 in next.

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