I purchased two pair of sweats yesterday. One for me and one for my husband.
When I shop for any kind of pants, jeans, slacks, whatever... I never pay attention to the length. That is because I am short and in the fashion industry long legs are the rule. They are always toooooo long and I have to hem them. If I can find a pair of jeans that are marked "S" for short (not to be confused with S for slim) it is the exception. Women's pants usually come in one length. But if you are lucky, you can find them in two other lengths: short and long.
My husband tried on his sweats and mentioned they were a little long. I responded "welcome to a woman's world." He told me he wasn't complaining, he was just responding to my query about whether they fit him.
That brought me to the age old question: Why don't women's pants/jeans come in waist width and length like men's?
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