If you're short, shopping for clothes is no walk in the park.
And normal/tall people will never understand the struggles of finding jeans that actually fit you.
SO, if you're vertically challenged, you'll know ALL about these 6 truths when shopping for clothes.
1. You have to be SUPER selective about where you shop
People will think you're being fussy, but some stores just don't cater for small people.
You kissed goodbye to a lot of shops a loooong time ago.
2. River Island jeans were your saviour
They were really the first affordable brand that began doing small sizes on the highstreet.
And my God, did you buy a pair in every colour.
3. Forget shopping abroad
Is it just me or do foreign countries just not cater for small people?
Whether you shop in Spain or New York, even the small sizes seem HUGE.
4. You hate to admit it, but you do shop in the kids section sometimes
Whether it's for shoes or a cosy jumper, sometimes kids sizes just fit you more snuggly.
Shout out to a child's size 33-34 in Dunnes.
5. But then, you feel like a child
Between clothes drowning you and being able to fit into your younger sister's clothes, you will no doubt feel like a child every now and again.
And that's a shit-buzz.
6. But f*ck it, you're cute
After years of hating your body for not growing and catching up with the other kids, you realise that it could be worse.
And everyone sees you as 'the cute one', which ain't bad at all.