"No one else is providing this." Drischler knows these challenges firsthand. She lived with an eating disorder for 14 years, until she completed a recovery program in her early 20s that mended her relationship with her body and food. Along with her business partner and fiance Jordan Tomb, Drischler launched Garment to help women like her address the wardrobe-related pressures after treatment and during recovery. "I was still giving my clothing too much power over my ability to recover," she said. "My closet ranged in sizes because my weight fluctuated severely throughout my struggle. Items that still fit led to panic and discomfort due to the number on the label. Going to the mall and trying on clothes was overwhelming and quickly revealed my new size or sizes depending on the store." View photos Image: Courtesy of the garment project Here's how the program works: Garment partners with treatment facilities around the country to connect with women in recovery. When a woman nears the end of in-patient treatment, her treatment team sends her measurements which are usually logged for insurance purposes to Garment, leaving the woman out of the process. Through partnerships with stores like ModCloth, Rue21, and local Pittsburgh brands, Garment has a stocked inventory with a detailed log of true measurements for every item. This ensures the items will fit a given client, so they can cut out all labels and sizing information in the process. Once the nonprofit matches the measurements, each woman receives a package of basics, including T-shirts, bras, underwear, and jeans.
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