Start by measuring yourself properly, and then enter your measurements here.
- If you find yourself between sizes, choose the smaller for a tighter fit, and the larger for a looser fit.
- Be sure to measure yourself properly.
- If your measurements fall across several sizes, use your chest measurement to select tops, and your hip measurement to select bottoms.
- Consider how your waist-to-hip ratio compares to the brand you're looking at.
According to the numbers you entered in the "Size Me" widget above, your waist-to-hip ratio is
Every body type has a different set of ratios between the chest, waist, and hips. The hip-to-waist ratio is found by dividing the waist measurement by the hip measurement.
An hourglass figure (#1), with a very defined waist, might be around 0.7, while a less curvy body type (#2) might be around 0.9.
An individual with an undefined waist (#3) would be a 1, while an individual whose waist is larger than their hips (#4) would be above a 1.
Different brands use different waist-to-hip ratios when making their clothes. Choosing a brand that uses the a ratio similar to yours can help ensure the garment fits both your hips and waist.