The clothes we buy online often appear to be inappropriate in terms of size, fatness, and length. This situation is mainly caused by the following points:
1. Manufacturer’s reasons: clothing pattern The standards used are not Chinese. If you use the Japanese version, the size will be slightly smaller, and if you use the European version, the size will be slightly larger. Or use a small size and change the label to pretend to be a large size.
2. Due to my own reasons, I am not sure what size clothes I can wear.
So before we buy clothes, we need to know our height, collar circumference, chest circumference, clothing length, shoulder width, arm length, waist circumference, hip circumference, pants length, etc. Only then can you buy the right clothes.
The measurement method of the size of each part is as follows:
Needless to say, everyone knows the height.
Collar circumference: Use a measuring tape to measure around 2 cm below the Adam’s apple on your neck. It is appropriate to leave a space for two fingers between the measuring tape and the neck. The measured size is the collar circumference of your shirt. size.
Bust: Measure around the fullest part of the chest at the level of the chest and armpits. The tightness is appropriate so that the tape measure can be easily rotated. The measured size is the bust size (note: the measuring tape must be consistent with the measurement tape). The ground remains parallel).
Clothing length: Measure from the intersection of the neck and shoulders. The ruler should be vertical to the ground. The length measured to the desired length of the garment is the garment length. Usually it is measured to the top of the buttocks, but it depends on the style of the clothes you are making; if it is a thermal garment, the measurement is slightly longer, and coats are also divided into long coats and short coats.
Shoulder width: Stand up straight with your arms hanging naturally. Use a soft ruler to measure the distance between the tops of your shoulders.
Arm length: Stand straight with your body hanging naturally, and measure the length from the top of your shoulder to your wrist.
Waist circumference: 2cm above the navel, measure a circle with a soft tape close to your body.
Hip circumference: Stand with your legs close together and measure a circle horizontally with a soft ruler passing through the highest point of your hips.
Leg length: Stand straight, find the pelvic point at the level of the navel, and measure from the pelvic point along the outer thigh to the outer ankle.
In addition, those who are relatively strong or fat need to measure their upper arm and thigh circumferences to prevent inappropriate sleeves and trouser legs.
Arm Circumference: With the upper arm hanging naturally, place a soft ruler around the thickest part of the upper arm.
Thigh circumference: Place the tape measure snugly around the thickest part of the thigh.
Measurement location map
After knowing your relevant data, you can check whether the size of the clothing is suitable for you, or you can communicate with customer service to confirm the size. When buying clothes, you should not only look at your height, but more importantly, whether the bust, waist, and hips are the right size. Otherwise, the length will be appropriate, and the fat and thinness will not be appropriate. At this time, you should choose one or two sizes larger. . Between two sizes, such as M and L, the size L is usually longer than the size M, with a length of 2 cm and a sleeve length of 1.5 cm.
Please refer to the chart below for specific sizes.
Men’s size chart
Men’s pants size chart
Men’s shirt size chart
Women’s clothing size chart
Women’s pants size chart
Women’s shirt size chart
Children’s clothing size chart
Bra size chart
Underpants size chart
Shoe size chart
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