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My Measurements helps simplify the process of finding your perfect fit!
Filling in My Measurements lets you:
Go on - your perfect fit awaits!
With your shoes off, stand up straight with your back against a wall.
Have a friend hold a ruler at the top of your head, extending it from the wall outward. Be sure the ruler is kept level, and that it doesn't angle up or down.
Mark the spot on the wall with a pencil.
Use a measuring tape to determine the length from the ground to the spot you marked, in inches.
Divide your measurement by twelve to determine your height.
Wrap a measuring tape around your natural
waistline, making sure to keep the tape parallel to the ground.
This determines your waist measurement.
Wrap a measuring tape around the fullest part of your hips, making sure to keep the tape parallel to the ground.
This determines your hip measurement.
Wrap a measuring tape around the fullest part of your breasts, making sure to keep the tape parallel to the ground. This measurement determines your bust size.
After measuring your bust, you can figure out your bra size by comparing it to your band size.
To decipher your band size, measure around your ribs, just under your bust. Be sure the measuring tape is parallel to the ground. If the number is even, add four to the result to determine your band size. However, if the number is odd, add five to the result for your band size.
Time to do a bit of math! Find the difference between the bust and band measurements. Consult the chart to the right to determine your cup size.
Place a ruler on the ground, perpendicular to the wall (so that the '0' is against the wall).
In bare feet, step on the ruler, with the back of your heel against the wall. The measurement taken at the longest part of your foot determines your shoe size (please see chart).
With the ruler in the same position, step with your bare foot onto the ruler - this time with the outside of your foot touching the wall. The measurement taken at the widest part of your foot determines your shoe width.