step 1: measure yourself

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Tips:

Hips: stand with legs about 6 inches (15.2 cm) apart and measure around the fullest part of the hips (usually about 7-10 inches below the waist).

Inseam: Put on a pair of shoes and have someone measure from your crotch to the back of the heel, where you want your pants to end

Tips

Measure from your shoulder to just past your wrist bone. Always slightly bend the elbow when measuring to allow for extra ease

step 2: find your size

Locate the brand size chart and use it to determine your size. If you are borderline between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit

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size chart for STANDARD sizes

Size chart

 

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size chart

Step 3: CUSTOMIZATIONS

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SLEEVE LENGTH

TIPS:

  • A diagonal cap won’t make your arms look larger
  • A short sleeve will make your arms look fuller
  • A 3/4 sleeve will make your legs look longer, and arms slimmer
  • A full-length sleeve will make your legs look shorter and hips broader
  • Jacket and long sleeves should usually end just below the wrist bone for most women.  A too short sleeve makes your arms look longer and that you’ve outgrown the garment.  A too long sleeve makes the arms look short and that the garment is too large for you.

DRESS AND SKIRT  LENGTH

TIPS

  • Mini: regardless of age, avoid wearing a skirt hemline across the widest part of your thigh.
  • Knee: The most universally flattering skirt or dress length is just above, just below or at the knee
  • Midi: Ideally, you want your skirt or dress to hit the thin part of the calf and not the wide part of the calf.

PANTS LENGTH

TIPS

  • For women who have a fuller midsection, wide-leg trousers are fantastic for elongating the silhouette.
  • If you are Petite, whatever your shape, keep pants as long as possible.