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Size Reference- Women



Here is a good guide on how to take your measurements. To get the right size, measure carefully, and update your measurements regularly.

Dresses, jackets, coats and blouses – International sizes




Use this table to convert your cup size into international sizes.

Use table below to convert your bra band size into international sizes.

Japanese bra sizes are the same as European sizes, but the cup size are often written first, e.g. C75 instead of 75C.

Find the right bra size
To find your band size, measure around your body, just underneath your breasts. The measuring tape should be horizontal, and quite snug. The measurement in inches is your band size. If it’s an odd number, e.g. 31, your correct size could be both 30 and 32.

To find your cup size, measure around the fullest part of your breasts. Take this bust measurement and subtract the band measurement, e.g. if you measure 31 underneath your breasts, and 34 around, the result is 34-31 = 3. Use the result to find your cup size here:

Cup size = Bust size – Band size:

0 = AA
<1 = A
1 = B
2 = C
3 = D
4 = DD
5 = DDD/E
6 = F
7 = G
8 = H


How to Measure your Size for Pants?

To find out your size, measure the waist first. To do this, you need to place a measuring tape at the narrowest midpoint of the body. If you measure 33.5 inches, then round up to the next number = W34.

Stride length (inseam) is determined by applying the measuring tape along the inside of the leg. You have to measure from the stride length till your foot to get the length. If you measure 31.5 inches, round up to next number = L32. Your size is then W34/L32, or just 34/32. Sometimes an ‘x’ is used instead of the dash (34×32).