Let us help you determine your general US clothing in 1-2-3! Did you know that it is recommended to measure your body once a year? That way you are sure to always wear the correct clothing size. Let's go...
Looking for a Specific Size Chart?
Sometimes it is worth using some extra time checking out our garment-specific size guides. That way you will determine your size with highest possible accuracy, as well as you will get useful tips and tricks. See our specific women's clothing size guides here:
The key to determine correct clothing size, is taking correct measurements. It is important to know exactly how to measure your body, and to do it carefully. Let us show you...
Bust: Use a flexible measuring tape and measure circumference around body over the fullest part of the bust, while wearing a correct fitting bra. Make sure the measuring tape is parallel with the floor all the way around.
Waist: Measure circumference around body at your natural waistline. Your waistline is the narrowest/slimmest part of torso (see illustration above). Note: Waist measurement is a reference measurement. So make sure to measure at the point where torso is slimmest, and NOT where i.e. you want your pants to sit (this is a usual mistake). Still not sure where you waistline is? Stand in front of a mirror, and bend to one side. Your waistline is simply where you can see a natural indentation in torso on this side.
Hips (Seat): Measure circumference of seat at fullest part of your hips.
Women's US Clothing Size Chart (Inches):
Our General US Size Chart works with most clothing brands and manufacturers, but maybe not all. All measurements in inches.
If your measurements fall between two sizes, we recommend to select the larger size (but you may try both sizes on if possible).