FIT-GUIDE

Fit Guide


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HOW TO MEASURE

 

Use a measuring tape, over your undergarments. You can also use a string, and then line it up to a yardstick.
Chest / Bust: Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your bust.
Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.
Inseam: Using a pant that fits you well, measure from the crotch seam to the hem.
Low Waist: Measure 2 to 3 inches below your natural waist. Keep one finger between the tape and your body.
Natural Waist: Measure around your waist at narrowest point (usually about your navel). Keep one finger between the tape and your body.
Sleeves: With your arm bent at 90 degrees, place your hand on your hip. Measure from the back of your neck to your shoulder, elbow, and wrist.

 

Petite: For heights from 5’0″ to 5’4″.

 

U.S. Apparel Sizes

U.S.-APPAREL-SIZES

Size Chart conversion

SIZE-CHART-CONVERSION

Women’s Coats and Dresses

WOMENS-COATS-AND-DRESSES

Women’s Blouses

WOMENS-BLOUSES

Women’s Sizes

Misses’ sizes, also known as ladies’ clothing sizes, have even numbers in the U.S. sizing system. The women’s clothing with these sizes may be followed by a “P” to denote that they are petite ladies’ clothing, for women who are 5’3″ (about 160 cm) or shorter.

WOMEN’S-SIZES

Plus Sizes

With clothing styles made to flatter full-figured women, plus-size women’s clothing has U.S. sizes with even numbers, starting at 14 or 16 and going up. Specialty plus-size clothing stores may have sizes beyond 28.

PLUS-SIZES

Juniors’ Sizes

When U.S. women’s clothing sizes are denoted with odd numbers, they are juniors’ sizes. Juniors’ clothing is sized and styled to flatter teenagers and young women.

JUNIORS’-SIZES

Clothing

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Underwear & Beachwear

UNDERWEAR-&-BEACHWEAR

Accessories

ACCESSORIES BELTS

ACCESSORIES GLOVES

ACCESSORIES HATS & CAPS