SIZING GUIDE (FOOT AND BODY)
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FOOT CORRECTLY
A person’s foot size changes over time. This is due to a variety of factors, including age, pregnancy, weight gain, fluid retention, and other factors. That’s why it’s always important to measure your foot before buying new shoes online. You can easily do this at home. It is important to note that there is no universal shoe size standard. Shoe sizes may be different from manufacturer to manufacturer, so it’s pretty convenient to know the length of your foot in centimeters and to check out the trademark’s size chart before buying shoes.
You will need an A4 paper, a pen, and a ruler.
STEP 1: Put your foot on the piece of paper.
STEP 2: Holding your pen vertically, put a dot where your heel ends and where your longest toe ends.
STEP 3: Measure the distance between the two dots with your ruler.
STEP 4: Determine the length of your foot. Measure in inches.
STEP 5: Do the same thing with your other foot.
STEP 6: Find your size in the chart below.
HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR BODY SIZE
Bust: measure at the fullest point of your bust with a soft measuring tape. Make sure that the tape is not too tight by breathing in and out.
Waist: your waist is the narrowest part of your torso. The measuring tape you bring around your waist should sit tightly, but it shouldn't "dig" into your skin. Don't pull your stomach in, either.
Hips: you measure your hips it the widest point below your waist. Remember to remove your clothing and to keep your feet together so that the measurement is as accurate as possible.
High hip: this is also a hip measurement, but taken in a different place than the previous one. It is taken at the top of the hip curve - not at its widest point! You need to localize the upper swell of the hip over your pelvic bone.
Note: Measure your size in inches. Find your size in the chart below.