“Jeans Too Tight” Diagnostic

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Image Courtesy of Marshall Sitten, Pinterest Service Beats, and Levi’s, NYC

If your size jeans off the store shelf just don’t fit, where should you turn? Here the store makes a suggestion. Normally I think there are too many retail choices, as I am a simple man. But one thing I like is being able to buy almost the same size I did in college, just by selecting from the “Loose Fit” category. Bragging just a bit more, belts from college still fit too, but I think I bought them oversize at the time. Note the apparent horizontal “Bib Tag” design of the sign insert. Once the price promotion is over, staff can cut off the discount offer tab and the “Slight Curve” directive remains functional in the sign holder. See the original upload at “Service Beats.”

Compare directly to…
Sign Insert is Die-Cut Shape,”

Follow  Silhouetted concepts at…
Silhouetted Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
Silhouetted Strategies Pinterest Board “ for a visual summary.
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For Size-Assistive posts by Title see…
Jeans Too Tight” Diagnostic
Size Guidance on Shelf Overlay
Getting-Size-Right In-Store Aid
Backlit Size Signage
How to Correctly Face Apparel
Inseam Size as Visual Footnote
Shopper Decision-making Aids
Shoe Size Arc as Floor Graphic
Half-Size Shelf-Edge Shoe Sell
Floor Graphic With a Function
Hand-lettered, Custom-Fitted Levis
Sell Raw Cloth, Order Shirt Size Later

For shelf-edge size support posts see…
Panty Sized in Brushed Stainless
Do You Shop Size or Price First
Holder for Sizes Not For Prices
Size Labels Not Price Labels

For a list of all research aids see…
Getting-Size-Right Tag”  for a scrollable selection of posts
Getting-Size-Right Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary
Getting-Size-Right Index Page” Index Page

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