A FASHIONISTA’S shopping haul has resulted in some hits and misses.
But fans rushed to reassure her when she despaired at the sizing of this particular fashion brand.
Standing 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighing 139 pounds, she was gutted when faux leather pants from Meshki wouldn’t close.
It was a very different story for the matching top though, which was perfect for her 34DD frame.
Janette Ok (@inmyseams), who has an enormous following of 1.7 million on TikTok, was upfront about her Meshki haul in her post.
“I’m very disappointed with myself for thinking that I was a size small,” she said as she struggled to do up her pants.
She had been certain that the item, $83, was ideal and she even envisaged how she would have styled them.
“I don’t know if I have put on a few pounds. The leg part is perfect,” she said.
“I just can’t get these closed. With sneakers these would be super duper cute aside from the pants not closing,” she added.
But she wasn’t about to give up on these trousers completely: “Going to return and size up.”
There were no issues, however, with the matching faux leather top, $43.
“I love this top. This top is so cute. I feel like they left enough room.
“It fits my waist without suffocating my sides or having kind of that overhang. It’s great and it’s super comfortable,” she said.
But her favorite number from this haul was a far more relaxed look.
“The winner of this haul is the sweat set,” she said, but it wasn’t perfect either.
“The bottoms are still too tight in the waist for my personal taste.”
There was another issue with sizing for this item too.
“I don’t know if this is unisex sizing or just women sizing, but I don’t believe any man in a medium could fit this.
“This sweatshirt is I believe a medium but this is looking large. Okay super comfy,” she said.
Commenters were familiar with Mishki sizing issues.
“Thank you for saving me from those leather pants. Was considering but worried they wouldn’t fit right,” said one person.
“Meshki sizing is horrendous,” figured another.
This person had experienced the same problem: “No, the sizing is terrible. It’s not you.”
But this fan was tempted: “Ok I’ve been influenced.”