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03-02-2019 03:19 PM
When I worked in retail clothing, from 1973-1993, our breakdown of clothing would look something like this 3 xs, 6 small, 12 med.,6 large, 3 xl. I did work in smaller chain stores. Qvc has the capability of housing much higher quantities than the stores I worked in.
03-02-2019 03:38 PM
That was helpful! I am more looking for ratio as opposed to overall quantity. I know it when I go into a store there seems to be plenty of the larger sizes and none of the smaller sizes!. I also noticed on the Q if you watch the availability the smallest and the largest size always go first so I was just curious if they're ordering less or what?
03-02-2019 03:55 PM
Currently a retail regional manager—the size breaks haven’t really changed much on the past 20 years or so, mostly due to the Plus and Petite departments most department stores &/or online retailers offer.
The size break is pretty much still as stated above —for every 12 pieces:
if there’s no XS, it would be 2 S.
03-03-2019 06:19 AM
That's a great question! It's something I often thought but never thought to ask. As a long-time fanatic shopper, I have often had a hart-time finding my size in tops and often in slacks. So, this kind of confirms why!!!
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