Size charts can help you to determine your own size. When you order clothes, it is worth remembering that using a tape measure can help you to ensure that the clothes are a good fit. This will help you to avoid returning clothes unnecessarily. The pictures show where you should take measurements. The measurements on the size chart are fixed body measurements in centimetres. The measurements are for normal body shapes (the basis is the C measurement).
Sock and shoe sizes:The sock and shoe size is the length of the foot from the heel to the end of the longest toe.
Belt length: The belt length is measured up to the hole in the belt that is normally used.
Glove measurements: Glove sizes are given in inches. Measure the circumference of your hand at the major knuckles, excluding the thumb. To convert from centimetres to inches, divide by 2.5. The figure represents the glove size. Gloves should initially be tightly fitted because they become worn in with use
A – Collar: The collar size is measured by placing the tape measure around the neck and placing the index finger between the tape measure and the throat. This measurement dictates the shirt size.
B – Bust: The bust size is measured from the highest point of the bust when a bra is worn.
C – Waist: The waist size is measured around the narrowest part of the waist.
D – Hip: The hip measurement is taken from the broadest part of the hip.
E – Inside leg: The inside leg measurement is taken from the crotch to the floor. Please note that the inside leg measurement of trousers is often provided in the product description.