Buzz “One Size Fits All” On Different Body Types 10 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest All women’s bodies weren’t created equal. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC Soap Bubbles / Mr. source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Americans Try Exotic Japanese Kit Kats (Part 2) January 5, 2016 Veggie Burger Telephone • Feast Mode Hunger Squad // Sponsored By Toyota Rav4 Hybrid June 17, 2016 Boyfriends Braid Their Girlfriends’ Hair January 4, 2016 Americans Try Syrian Food For The First Time September 5, 2016 Portable Things You Take For Granted // Presented by BuzzFeed and Scrabble Twist January 8, 2016 Chocolatier Reviews Cheap Valentine’s Day Chocolates January 5, 2016 17 Comments Zoe Nepsa January 4, 2016 what bothers me are the people who get mad at me because I can fit and look good in Brandy Melville's clothing. I do wear Brandy clothing though I do not parade around fat shaming people and I do not think any lesser of people who don't look great in Brandy clothing. I don't go around getting mad at people who have curves unlike I do. I am fine with everyone and their body type and I do not feel that I should be ashamed because of my ability to fit in a certain brand of clothing Tristan Tooze January 4, 2016 Jesus is everyone a dwarf at buzzfeed?! ariel Parsley January 4, 2016 I feel like all these women went into this video wanting the clothes not to fit.I mean seriously Lara fit all of them perfectly. Awesomequeen711 January 4, 2016 Everything fitted Lara ElusiveEclipse January 4, 2016 This video is pretty much more proof that hoodies are awesome and almost everyone loves them. Kayla Styles January 4, 2016 I'm too big to fit into anything that's "one size fits all" lmao definitely too big for those "one size fits most" bahaha leonel gonzalez January 4, 2016 I'm as tall as most of them….. AND IM ONLY 11!! is that normal ?? Nadia Nabhani January 4, 2016 Why was Alison complaining when everything fit her? Georgia McCullough January 4, 2016 I liked how the hoodie looked on Allison lol Lily Reeves-Smith January 4, 2016 So basically your sizes are 4 sizes to short Lily Reeves-Smith January 4, 2016 Your size 8 is size 12 in England your sizes are not truthful Sara Dixon (GirlWarrior98) January 4, 2016 They just should of use really REALLY strechy cloth. Sara Dixon (GirlWarrior98) January 4, 2016 I'm 12 and I'm 5ft………….. freya cartwright January 4, 2016 Candace reminds me of Chloe Bennet missxlittlexawesome January 4, 2016 One thing you have to consider with "one size fits all," is that stores and designers cater to certain sizes. So if the designer says "one size fits all," and they cater to sizes 0-8, their "all," is 0-8. If their size range is 10-20, "one size fits all," means "one size should fit people at sizes 10-20," so comparing a brand that caters to 0-8 and a brand that caters to 10-20 on 4 or 5 bodies isn't actually really fair. The "one size fits all," actually means "ONE SIZE generally fits ALL the sizes we cater to." So if you go in to a store that caters to a smaller size and you're bigger, or one that caters to a bigger size when you're smaller, you're not gonna find something you like. Even in the video, that hoodie that most of them liked was too short on one person. So if it's not restrictive in width, it's probably restrictive in length. "One size fits all," is just generally a bad concept for clothing designers, for shoppers, and for businesses. Dani O January 4, 2016 Are these all from Brandy Melville? Lauren Metcalf January 4, 2016 OMG THIS IS ONE SIZE NOT ONE SIZE FITS ALL!!!!!