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MEASUREMENTS CHART

 

SA Size SA Size SA Size Bust (cm) Waist (cm) Hips (cm)
XXS 28 4 74-76 56-58 84-86
XS 30 6 79-81 61-63 89-81
S 32 8 84-86 66-68 94-96
M 34 10 89-91 71-73 99-101
L 36 12 94-96 76-78 104-106
XL 38 14 99-101 81-83 109-111
XXL 40 16 104-106 68-88 114-116
XXXL 42 18 109-111 91-93 119-121

INTERNATIONAL SIZE CONVERSION CHART (CLOTHING)

 

SA Size SA Size SA Size UK Size US Size French Italian Australian Denim
XXS 28 4 4 0 32 34 4 24
XS 30 6 6 2 34 38 6 24/25
S 32 8 8 4 36 40 8 26/27
M 34 10 10 6 38 42 10 28/29
L 36 12 12 8 40 44 12 30/31
XL 38 14 14 10 42 46 14 32/33
XXL 40 16 16 12 44 48 16 34/35
XXXL 42 18 18 14 46 50 18 36/37

INTERNATIONAL SIZE CONVERSION CHART (FOOTWEAR)

 

SA Size UK Size US Size European Size
3 3 6 36
4 4 7 37
5 5 8 38
6 6 9 39
7 7 10 40
8 8 11 41
9 9 12 42

MEASURING FOR LINGERIE

 

Small 92-96cm
Medium 97-101cm
Large 102-106cm

MEASURING FOR WAIST TRAINERS

 

Waist Size Inches CM
XS (32) 24 – 27 66 – 69
S (34) 28 – 30 71 – 76
M (36) 31 – 33 79 – 84
L (38) 34 – 36 86 – 91
XL (40) 37 – 39 94 -99
2X (42) 40 – 42 102 – 107

MEASURING FOR DRESS SIZE

 

  1. Measure your bust. To do this, wrap tape around your back and over the fullest part of your bust. Exhale when taking this measurement.
  2. Measure your waist. To do this, wrap tape around the smallest part of your waist, below your ribs and above your navel.
  3. Measure your hips. To do this, wrap tape around the fullest part of your hips, ensuring that tape touches your hipbone on both sides of the top of your leg, but not your buttocks.
  4. Compare measurements to relevant size chart to find your size. Tip: if your measurements fall between two sizes, it is always a good idea to go for the larger size.

MEASURING FOR TOP SIZE

 

  1. Measure your bust. To do this, wrap tape around your back and over the fullest part of your bust. Exhale when taking this measurement.
  2. Measure your waist. To do this, wrap tape around the smallest part of your waist, below your ribs and above your navel.
  3. Measure your hips. To do this, wrap tape around the fullest part of your hips, ensuring that tape touches your hipbone on both sides of the top of your leg, but not your buttocks.
  4. Compare measurements to relevant size chart to find your size. Tip: if your measurements fall between two sizes, it is always a good idea to go for the larger size.

MEASURING FOR TROUSER SIZE

 

  1. Use a standard, upstretched tape measure.
  2. Use a pair of pants that fit you well.
  3. Lay pants flat on the floor to simplify the measuring process. Pants should not be too worn and should not have any irregularities such as creases or folds, as this may affect the accuracy of your measurements.
  4. Measure the waist of your pants. To do this, smooth the pants out without stretching, and measure flat across the back waistband from one corner to the other with your measuring tape.
  5. Double the measurements obtained from measuring the waistband. This will give you the actual waist size.
  6. Next, you will need to measure the hips of your pants. To do this, measure horizontally across your pants, at the base of the zipper.
  7. Once you’ve measured this, double the number to get the entire measurement.

MEASURING FOR JACKET SIZE

 

  1. Measure your bust. To do this, wrap tape around your back and over the fullest part of your bust. Exhale when taking this measurement.
  2. Measure your waist. To do this, wrap tape around the smallest part of your waist, below your ribs and above your navel.
  3. Measure your hips. To do this, wrap tape around the fullest part of your hips, ensuring that tape touches your hipbone on both sides of the top of your leg, but not your buttocks.
  4. Measure your shoulders. To do this, stand with your shoulders relaxed and your back straight. Locate your shoulder points, which are points marked by your acromion bones. Position the tape straight and horizontally from one shoulder point to the other and take these measurements.
  5. Lastly, measure your sleeve length. To do this, slightly bend elbow, then measure the distance from the bone at the base of the back of the neck to the end of the shoulder and down the arm, going around the elbow and ending at the prominent bone on the wrist.
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