Why Size Inclusivity Matters in Marketing
If You’re Not Size Inclusive, You’re Missing Out
It’s important to keep in mind authenticity is critical. Women have rightfully spoken out against fashion brands that feature size 12 or 14 models in the largest size they offer, and then claim to be inclusive. If you’re going to talk about being more size inclusive, you should be supporting the true size range of customers and clients.
Why You Should Take Cues from Size-Inclusive Fashion Brands
Who have we included?
Who are we missing?
Is this the right place to talk about representation or should we let inclusion speak for itself?
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