Chart of Sizes

-Where two amounts are given there means to stretch the material. Eg: Hips: 80-110 cm (32-44 inches).
32 inches base, without stretching,
44 inches clothes stretched. It s nice to wear till 44 inches hip.

-Where there is only one amount, the base form measures. (Triangle bikinis, clothes' length)

-In many cases, there are two amounts at bikini tops. Triangle sexy bikini top bottom length: one of the triangle's bottom length (base and provided) and triangle bikini top side length: one of the triangle' side length (base and provided).

-Max. 'amount' means the material is stretched when measured.

-At Bust, Hip, Waist there is only one number means the maximum width.

Waistline or circumference of the waist: It is measured around the waist not too tightly.

Waist-hip: the measuring tape is led around at the hip bone. For example: Waist-hip: 68-100 cm (27,2-40 inches) If there is only one number, that is the minimum!

Bust measurement: the measuring tape has to be led around the body horizontally at the strongest point of the bust.

Chest circumference over: Its is measured clothes without band. It is measured around the armpit horizontally. In case of small bust the measured circumference may not be less than the girth over the dress.

Hip measurement: the hip size can be measured the most accurately if the tape is led around where the bottom is the most pointed.

Side length: it depends on the cut of the clothes; see it in size characters from where measure.

Trunk height: (in case of overalls, bodies) it is measured from the pubis to the neck bone.

S/M: Size Small to Medium.

The exact size data are found in cm and inch in details!

 England 6  8  10  12  14  16  18
 France  34  36  38  40  42  44  46
 Spain  38  40  42  44  46  48  50
 Italy  36  38  40  42  44  46  48
Germany  32  34  36  38  40  42  44
 USA  0  2  4  6  8  10 12
 Japán  5  7  9  11  13  15  17
   S  S  M  M  L  L  XL

 

 

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