How to Measure
For the correct size for you, please measure your body as follows:
1. Bust: measure yourself around the fullest part
2. Waist: measure around your natural waistline
3. Hips: measure 8" below your natural waistline (this is usually the fullest part)
4. Length: measure the inside of the leg on trousers. For skirts measure from the top of the waistband to the hem. From the centre of shoulder to hem on dresses. We quote the average length.
Body Measurements for Clothing - Women's
Body Measurements for Clothing - Men's
Skirts and trouser lengths are available as specified in the product details. If you wish to have trousers or skirts at exactly the length you choose we are able to offer an alteration service. It is £15 per alteration. In addition to length alterations, should you have any specific requirements, we are happy to discuss options to find a solution.
Please note it is not possible to return items which have been altered to your requirements.
Call us on 01622 744242 or email us at email@example.com to discuss further.
Body Measurements for Underwear
For women, measure around the fullest part of your hips and buttocks (approx 20cm / 8" down from natural waistline), keeping the tape parallel with the floor.
For men, measure around the natural waistline.
Find your Bra Size
When taking your measurements, always wear a bra and ensure that the bra you have on is a perfect fit. The tape must be tight and level across your back to gain an accurate measurement.
Work out your bra size as follows:
1. Bra Size: Tightly measure in inches directly under the bust. If the number is even add 4", if it is odd add 5". This will give you your bras size.
2. Cup Size: Measure around the fullest part of your bust. The difference between your bra size and full bust measurement will give you your cup size.
3. Example: If under bust is 31" plus 5" = 36 bra size.
If the fullest part of your bust measures 38" (i.e. 2" difference) = B cup.
So this would mean that the bra you would need would a 36 B.