Sean McMaster, from the Sean & Richie, asked me this morning (since I'm a "borderline female") whether women think size matters? An interesting survey has found that one out of four women find size does matter -- when it comes to the clothes they wear, more specifically.

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The survey, done by Female First, said women buy clothes with no intention of wearing them in the future, but instead find the size they squeeze themselves into, helps boost their self-esteem.  When someone asks what size something is, it makes them feel good to reply, "It's a size 2." or "I'm a size 6."

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Here's what the guys wanted to know when it comes to women buying clothes and whether it is true -- do women try to buy clothing and even shoes just because they are a smaller size?