I wish every one of you could spend a day conducting formal wear fittings. Then, and only then could you see what I see. Every girl has a label for herself; too tall, too short, too big, too skinny... I've fit girls with scoliosis, body disorders, missing pieces, broken bones, sagging bodies, baby bumps, mama pooches, you name it. I have covered acne, scars, cellulite, and regretted tattoos. I've seen the skinny bride sink into herself as a curvy bride walks out of her dressing room filling her dress in all the right places, only to see that same curvy bride sink when she sees the girl who comes out next. Each and every woman I fit has a label for herself. She puts on a dress, it doesn't fit, so she automatically thinks something is wrong with her body.
I have one of those average body, industry standard dress forms that your clothing is based off of. Her shoulders are broad, she is too tall, and her butt looks weird. Why? Because the "average" body, is actually a pretty weird one. None of you would want that body either. She also has issues fitting into things sometimes.
Clothing is made to try to accommodate as many people as possible. The shoulders are broad to fit the broad shouldered too. Narrow shoulders can fit easier with alterations. They are tall so that most tall people can fit them too. Short people have the option to shorten. It's always easier to take away, than it is to add. If it bothers you so much, objectively find out how your body may differ from the "industry standard" and keep that in mind next time you go shopping. Learn how to appropriately fit your body type. For example; google "how to style a short torso body". You can learn a lot just by being objective instead of negative.
A size is just a number. It's a column on a chart that tells you based on measurements which number to pick. Your body shape is no more than a reflection of your genetic code that has been passed down to you. You can no more change it than you can change the color of your skin. No, they don't make clothes to fit your body. They try their best to fit as many bodies as they can, and leave it to you to go out and do the minor adjustments.
Negatively labeling yourself is a major insult to our creator, who created you to be the way you are. It is your responsibility to keep yourself healthy, that is all. He wants you to take care of the body he blessed you with so that you can carry on and do his work for as long as that body can possibly continue to function. Be healthy. If something doesn't fit, fix it. Anything other than that is wasting time. Stop wining because you don't look like the girl on sports illustrated. God has plans for you. Not everyone can be on the cover. Life would be boring If we all were the same. Now quit worrying about your thighs, and get to work on God's plans in your life. I love you all and I hope you all can learn to see yourselves as He sees you. Beautifully and wonderfully made.