Buenos Aires Stores Forced to Carry Realistic Women’s Sizes

Authorities in Buenos Aires, Argentina are about to implement a new law that will make the clothes business think big. The new so-called “size law” will force clothes sellers to display and exhibit larger clothes sizes in their stores, in a move aimed at targeting bulimia and anorexia in teenagers. Clothes shops ignoring the new legislation could face charges against them if they fail to adhere to the new guidelines.

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