Your clothes no longer fit after the lockdown? You're not alone


By AGENCY

The pandemic is throwing lives – and waistlines – into flux. People are emerging from weeks of staying indoors with a different clothing size. Photo: nikkorsnapper/visualhunt.com

When Allison Weiss Brady and Michael Ladin emerged from weeks of pandemic lockdown in the US, they needed new clothes in new sizes – for different reasons.

Brady, 49, a charity fundraiser from a Philadelphia suburb, had been pulling back on her candy buying sprees during the lockdown and stepped up the cardio workouts at her home gym out of boredom.

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