Understanding clothing sizing charts can be confusing, especially when shopping online and dealing with sizing from different brands. However, taking the time to understand these charts can save you time and frustration when it comes to finding clothes that fit well.
One of the first things to know is that clothing sizes can vary greatly between brands. A size small in one brand might be equivalent to a size medium in another. This is why it’s important to refer to the specific size chart for the brand you’re shopping with.
Size charts typically include measurements for chest, waist and hips as well as corresponding size for each measurement. It’s important to measure accurately and compare your measurements to the size chart to find the best fit. Keep in mind that these measurements are just a guideline and can vary +/- 1-2cm.
It’s also important to pay attention to the fit of the clothing. Some brands may have a more relaxed fit, while others may have a more fitted or “slim” fit. Make sure to read the product descriptions and look at the images of the clothing on models to get a sense of the fit.
In addition to standard sizing, many brands also offer plus and petite sizes. These sizes are specifically designed to fit the unique proportions of people who may not fit into standard sizes. If you’re shopping for plus or petite sizes, be sure to refer to the size charts as they may differ from the standard sizes.
Overall, understanding clothing size charts takes a little bit of effort, but it can go a long way in helping you find clothes that fit well and make you feel confident. With a little bit of patience and attention to detail, you can find a perfect fit every time.
Our size charts can be found below the video.