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From Ava, child's age 12
I met the most kind selfless lady yesterday shopping for a dress for my 12 year old daughter for my mothers 70th birthday. We didn't know what size she needed so I asked the associate. My daughter was in the bathroom and I told the associate she was 5'2", but a bit fat, and we didn't know what size she would be. I also told her that my daughter hates shopping. She then said "I think I get it, does she get kind of embarrassed when the matter of size comes up?" So my daughter came out and the associate went up to her and made her a deal, every dress she tried on the associate would try on as well, and if it fit the associate it would be good. ( the associate was about the same size). They started with the first step which was getting measured. For anyone under 13 they take your height and weight rather than waist, hips, and bust. First she measures and weighed my daughter who was 5'2" and 176lbs, then she did the same thing
Interestingly she was 5'3" 179lbs, which is very similar to my daughter. According to the chart they were a 17 juniors, so my daughter picked out a 17juniors that she liked. She tried it on and said she thought it was good. Everyone else could tell though that it was too tight. Next the associate tried it on and said "you know I think this one doesn't really fit me, let's try the plus section". So next the went to the plus section and tried on a 16 junior plus which again my daughter thought was good, the associate though said it felt "a bit too snug." So they went to the 18 junior plus. This one fit fine and the associate said it was okay. I can't believe someone would try on all those dresses just to make my daughter feel better. This restored my faith in humanity.