Younjae12 | 2020-12-07
Yes, to correctly choose the size, you need to take on a larger size-this is indicated by the seller. But nowhere does the seller have indicated that "correctly selected size"-this means tight!!! In the picture overalls oversize! The problem is not in the seller's dimensional grid. The problem in the image of the goods, judging by which the goods of the correct size should look different. If still decide to order from this seller, keep in mind, that if you want to sit like in the picture, you need to take a minimum of 2 sizes larger than your own. The dispute opened the money did not return, the seller pretended that I did not understand, he said that you had a correct dimensional grid and indicated the rule "size larger". Although there are no claims to this-the claim that the product selected under these rules does not look as claimed. It is sewn in such a way as to facilitate the figure-this is visible (the seams on the legs and the side buttons go for narrowing). Why in the photo the girl in the overalls of the over-size is not clear.
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