Ladies Clothing Size Chart Converter | International Size Conversion

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Fashion Corset Size Chart (being with A3) Lingerie Size guide Bra Measuring Guide international conversion size charts
Steel Boned Body Shaping Corset Size Chart (NOT being with A3)
Lingerie Plus Sizes sizing guide
How to Measure (Dresses)
L Beauty Corset Size Chart (the brand) Leather lingerie Sizing guide
Dress Sizing Chart

Please read clothing size chart converter guide carefully and if you are still not sure please contact customer service or phone 0121 288 0533 who will be happy to help you. Please note that there is no real international standard for women’s clothes sizing. You may need to contact to the manufacturer for exact clothing sizes.

  Lingerie Size guide
lingerie size measurement
One Size*
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Lingerie Plus Sizes sizing guide

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Leather lingerie Sizing guide

Leather lingerie sizing guide

Fashionox offers a wide range of brands which often vary in size and fit. To help you with your selection, we have created a Size Guide with Fit recommendations for each brand.
Size Guide This gives you approximate body measurements used by each brand
Fit Fit descriptions are; Fitted - Fits close to the body and could be a tight fit. Standard - Is neither fitted or loose.Comfort - A relaxed roomier fit
Length Available lengths to fit different heights. Short – 5ft3″ and below Regular 5ft4″-5ft7″ Long 5ft8″ and above

HOW TO MEASURE

Measuring your body is more accurate than measuring over your clothes

Chest Measure around the fullest part of your chest and across your shoulder blades
Waist Measure around your natural waist. Keep the tape measure taut
Hips With your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your bottom (approximately 20cm below waist)
Inside Leg Measure from the inside leg at the crotch to where the trouser hem is to sit on the shoe, alternatively you can measure a trouser that fits you wel

 Bust :Measure around the fullest part over the bust point.

 Waist : Measure around the smallest part of the waist.

 Full Hips : Measure around the widest section of your hips ensuring tape measure

around your bottom

HINTS AND TIPS:

 Bust : Measure around the fullest part of the bust and ensure the tape measure covers the bust point and fits around the widest section of your back. Waist : Tie a piece of string around the smallest part of your body and left it sit into a comfortable position, this will be the NATURAL WAIST. Hips : This will be 21cm (8½”) below the NATURAL WAISTWomens guide to measuring their bust, waist and hip

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Fashion Corset

All of the corsets advertised beginning with the stock number A3… are fashion corsets. These garments are all plastic boned and do not have modesty panels. These garments will not pull your waist in at all. To select your perfect size of fashion corset simply choose your UK/AU dress size.

Your Waist Size Corset Size UK/AU Dress size
25-26” 63-68cm S 8
27-28” 69-73cm M 10
29-30” 74-78cm L 12
31-32” 79-83cm XL 14
33-34” 84-88cm 2X 16
35-36” 89-93cm 3X 18
37-38” 94-97cm 4X 20
39-40” 98-102cm 5X 22
41-42” 103-107cm 6X 24

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Steel Boned Body Shaping Corset

All of the corsets in the Authentic, Waist Training and Couture categories (and anything not beginning with A3…) are full steel boned, body shaping corsets. These corsets will pull your waist in by 4-5”.

These corsets require an accurate waist measurement in order to size them effectively. We recommend a corset that is 4-5” smaller than your natural waist measurement.

Your Waist Size Corset Size
22-23” 56-60cm 18”
24-25” 61-65cm 20”
26-27” 66-70cm 22”
28-29” 71-75cm 24”
30-31” 76-80cm 26”
32-33” 81-85cm 28”
34-35” 86-90cm 30”
36-37” 91-96cm 32”
38-39” 97-101cm 34”
40-41” 102-106cm 36”
42-43” 107-111cm 38”
44-45” 112-115cm 40”
46-47” 116-120cm 42”
48-49” 121-125cm 44”
50-51” 126-130cm 46”
52-53” 131-134cm 48”

Which Corset Size?

Steel boned corsets are body shaping corsets, they will pull your waist in as desired. These garments please measure your waist and purchase a corset 4-5″ smaller. Example, if you are your natural waist measurement is 29″ then you would select a 24″ corset. These corsets have a 6″ modesty which means you can open a 24″ up to 30″ and tension the corset down according to control or comfort.

Ladies with larger bust measurements(corsets)

Steel boned corsets are designed for support and as such are cut for ladies with larger bust measurements. If you are busty you will find the steel boned corsets form any range will fit very well. These corsets are of such quality that you will find the same amount of support from a steel boned corset as a bra. The steel boned corsets are cut so that they are more comfortable for ladies with larger bust measurements.

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L.Beauty Corsets Sizing Chart

Below is the general sizing chart of our products. Depending on the design of the lingerie, different lingerie of the same size may differ slightly in size. We recommend customer’s whose size is between two sizes to go for the next size up.

(These size charts are to be used as a guide only)

Lingerie

 

Small

Medium

Large

XL

XXL

USA

4-6

8-10

12-14

16

18-20

UK

6-8

10-12

14-16

18

18-22

Australian

8-10

10-12

14

16

18-20

Cup size

A-B

B-C

B-C

C

D

Bust
Cm
Inch

79-83
31-33

83-91
33-36

91-96
36-38

96-101
38-40

101-112
41-44

Waist
Cm
Inch

58-64
24-26

65-70
26-28

71-78
28-31

79-86
31-33

86-92
33-36

Hips
Cm
Inch

83-88
33-35

88-93
35-37

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93-99
37-39

99-103
39-41

103-117
42-46

One size best fits M to L (Bust 33-37″, Waist 25-29″, Hips 35-38″, Cup B/C, Dress Size 10-14)

Plus Size

 

XL

XXL

USA

16

18-20

UK

18

18-22

Australian

16

18-20

Cup size

C

D

Bust
Cm
Inch

96-101
38-40

101-112
41-44

Waist
Cm
Inch

79-86
31-33

86-92
33-36

Hips
Cm
Inch

99-103
39-41

103-117
42-46

Please take note if you are buying corset or bustier. Corsets or bustiers are designed to be ordered 2 inches under your natural waist measurement. For example, if the measurement around the narrowest part of your relaxed waist is 30″, you would typically order your corset in size 28″. If one trains down to the point that the corset no longer fits snug, a new corset should be ordered with a reduction of 2 inches from the current laced waist.

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How to Measure (Dresses)

We strongly recommend having your measurements taken by a professional seamstress. If you cannot get a professional seamstress to take the measurements, please have someone besides you take your measurements. To ensure proper fit, we have provided the following measuring guideline and designer size charts for your reference. Measurements should be taken in the undergarment you plan to wear with your gown.

Please note: The guideline is for reference only. Ultra Seksy cannot be responsible for the accuracy of any measurements taken by person other than employees of Ultra Seksy. You will need to choose the size you feel most comfortable with, given your measurements and fit preference.

Bust Measurement

Measure the bust line at the fullest part of your chest. Stand naturally with your heels together. Let your arms rest by the side of your body. Position the tape so it covers the widest part of the back and the fullest part of your chest. Keep a thumb in the inside of the tape.

Waist Measurement

Place your hands at your natural waistline. This is where the tape should be positioned. Stand with your stomach at its natural position. Leave a little room by keeping a thumb on the inside of the tape. Do not pull the tape tight.

Hip Measurement

Stand naturally with your heels together in a relaxed posture. If you are measuring for a sheath dress, position the tape around the fullest part of your bottom. If you are measuring for an A-line dress, position the tape around the fullest part of your hip. Leave a little room by keeping a thumb on the inside of the tape. Do not pull the tape tight.

Dress Length

If you are 5’9” or taller with the heels you plan to wear with the gown, most of our designers recommend that you order an extra length dress. An extra length dress is typically 5” longer than the standard length dress. Most designers charge a little more for extra length but the charges vary.

Hollow-to-Hem Measurement

Hollow-to-hem is a specific length measurement used for bridal gowns only. Some designers offer the option to have a gown cut to a particular length for certain bridal gown designs. This is a difficult measurement to take. Fortunately, it is not needed for bridesmaid dresses, and only needed for a few bridal gowns. If the bridal gown you are ordering requires this measurement, we strongly recommend using a professional seamstress experienced with bridal gowns.

The hollow-to-hem measurement is taken from the depression at the base of the neck just above the collarbone to the hem. When taking this measurement, you will need to account for the fullness of an A-line or full-skirt gown by moving the tape forward away from the body, at the hem. The tape should be pulled out according to the fullness of the skirt. You will need to take the measurement with the exact heel height you will be wearing. Standard hollow-to-hem typically is 58 inches although it varies between designers.

Matching Measurements to Size

Once you have taken your measurements, see the corresponding designer’s size chart under Fit Guide>Size Charts on our website. These charts show how measurements are mapped to the designer sizes. These measurements are taken to determine the closest size to be ordered. The bridal gown or bridesmaid dress is not custom made to exact measurements. If your measurements indicate one size for the “bust” and a different size for the “waist and/or hips”, we suggest ordering according to the largest measurement. Gowns and dresses can easily be taken in if they are too large.

Please note that special occasion dresses are sized differently than ready-to-wear clothes. You might find yourself ordering the special occasion dress in a larger size than the size you usually wear. A skilled tailor or professional seamstress will be able to help you get the perfect dress alterations.

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 Our Dress Sizing 

coniefox dress sizing guide

Please make sure  the garment measurement fits you before purchase and leave 1 or 2 cm between your body (with underwear)

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Front Back

Bust

Bust

Not your bra size! Take the tape around your back and bring it across your nipple line (typically the fullest part of the breast). Your arms should be relaxed, down at your sides.

Natural Waist/Waist

Natural Waist

This is the smallest part of your waist. Typically it’s an inch or so above your belly button.

Hips

Hips

This is the widest part of your hips, across the hip bone.
Hollow to HemHollow to Hem
This is a standard industry term. Start the tape at the hollow at the base of your neck and measure down to where you want the hem. If your skirt will be full, be sure to measure out at an angle to allow for the fullness. Also, be sure you?re wearing the same height heel you’ll wear on your wedding day.

Low Hip

Low Hip

Find your Natural Waist and then measure around your hips 7 inches below that.

Inside Sleeve

Inside Sleeve

Start the tape in your armpit and measure your straight arm to the wrist.

Arm Girth

arm girth

Relax your arm and measure around the largest part of the upper arm.

Center Back Width

Center Back

This is the measurement from shoulder blade to shoulder blade.

Waist to Hem

Waist to Hem

Measure from your Natural Waist to where you want the hem to be. Be sure you?re wearing the same height heel you’ll wear on your wedding day.

Nape to Waist

Nape to Waist

Measure from the base of the neck at the back to the Natural Waist.

 

 

Women’s clothes/lingerie size conversion chart

international sizing

China and international size conversion's table for womens clothingNote to online buyers: Because of the many discrepancies between sizing systems and the differences between manufacturers, it is never a good idea to buy clothes based solely on these conversions.

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