Note: This guide provides general sizing information, which can vary depending on style and brand.
S or S/M
32B, C, D, DD 34B,C,D,DD
33.5 – 34.5
84 – 88
M or M/L
34D, DD 36B, C, D
34.5 - 36.5
88 – 93
L or L/XL
36D, DD 38B, C, D
38.5 – 41
98 – 104
XL or XL/XXL
38D, DD 40B, C, D
43 – 46.5
111 - 118
Note: If you are between sizes, we recommend opting for the larger size.
1. SLEEVE LENGTH
Measure from your shoulder-neck point, along the shoulder seam and down the arm to the wrist.
Wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your breast wearing a bra that fits well taking care to keep the measuring tape even and parallel to the ground.
Measure around your natural waist, the narrowest part of your torso, keeping the measuring tape slightly relaxed. To know if the pants are a low/ high/ regular waist fit, measure your waist rise, which is from the base seam of the crotch till the waist band.
Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.
Measure the length of the inside of your leg, from the top at the crotch to the bottom of the ankle bone.
6. KNEE MEASURE
The pant measurements will list the diameter measurement at the knee. To know how the pants will fit you, measure your knee circumference with the knee bent at a 45-degree angle and half that measurement.
7. HEM OF THE PANTS
The pant measurements will list the diameter measurement of the bottom hem. Depending on the inseam length of the pant, you will measure either your shin, above the ankle bone or below. Select the correct point, measure the circumference, and half that measurement to know how the pants will fit you.
Measure across your back, from shoulder tip to shoulder tip.