Should We Do Away With Dress Sizes? The Women Debate Bespoke Clothing For All | Loose Women

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We all know that amazing feeling when you find something which fits you like a glove, but more often than not, you find yourself squeezing into a size 14 in one shop and slipping into a size 10 with ease in the other. Well picture this: a digital body scanner which ensures every item is made to fit you perfectly. A panel of analysts have said that inventions will be revolutionising the lives of Britons by 2036. So is it finally time to ditch small medium and large and find a way to make bespoke clothing affordable for all? The panel share their perspectives on the perks and pitfalls of clothes shopping and whether they’d like a custom-made wardrobe.

From series 25, broadcast on 03/12/21

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