How do I take my measurements?Updated a year ago
Wrap a measuring tape around your back and then across the largest part of your chest. Measure fully across to create a full circle with your measuring tape. Take a few breaths to ensure the tape measure is not too tight. The measurement in inches is your Bust Size. If you are at a 1/2 inch, round up.
Wrap a measuring tape around your back and then under each arm to meet above your bust where your cup and strap would normally meet. Measure fully across to create a full circle with your measuring tape. The measurement in inches is your Band Size. If the measurement is an odd number, round down.
To determine where to measure your waist from, bend to one side to find the natural indentation on your torso. Keeping mark of where this is, stand back up straight and wrap your tape measure around this point. Be cautious on pulling to tight, you can keep one finger between your body and the tape measure for a more comfortable fit on items.
Your hips are the widest portion of your lower torso/bottom. Stand straight with your feet parallel on the floor. Wrap your measuring tape around this point to determine your hip measurement. Tip: Your hips are usually 7-9 inches below your waistline.