General reference sheet for women’s clothing sizes based on world standard sizing:

SizeBust (inches)Waist (inches)Hips (inches)
world standard sizing

Please note that these measurements are general guidelines and may vary slightly depending on the brand and the specific garment. It’s essential to refer to each brand’s size chart for accurate sizing information as they may have their own unique measurements and size grading.

Additionally, it’s important to consider other factors such as body shape and height when selecting clothing sizes. Different brands may also offer petite, regular, and plus-size options to cater to diverse body types.

When shopping for women’s clothing, it’s always recommended to try on different sizes and styles to find the best fit for your individual body shape and personal preferences

International size conversion chart for clothing

Women’s Clothing SizesUSUKEUJapanIndia
size conversion chart

Body Measurement Guide

Body MeasurementsDescription
Bust/ChestMeasure around the fullest part of the bust/chest.
WaistMeasure around the narrowest part of the waistline.
HipsMeasure around the fullest part of the hips.
InseamMeasure from the top of the inner thigh down to the ankle bone.
HeightMeasure from the floor to the top of the head while standing against a wall without shoes.
Body Measurement Guide

Remember to use a measuring tape and follow the instructions provided for each specific measurement. These measurements, along with the brand’s or retailer’s size charts, will help you find the most accurate clothing size for your body.

Measurement tips to help you find the right size and ensure a proper fit

  1. Measure Yourself: Take accurate measurements of your bust/chest, waist, hips, inseam, and height. Use a flexible measuring tape and follow the brand’s recommended measurement guidelines.
  2. Follow Size Charts: Refer to the brand’s size chart and compare your measurements to their size guide. Pay attention to specific measurements for each size, as sizing can vary between brands.
  3. Consider Your Body Shape: Take into account your body shape and proportions when selecting sizes. Some brands offer different fits, such as regular, slim, or relaxed, which may suit your body type better.
  4. Read Customer Reviews: Look for customer reviews or feedback on the brand’s website or other online platforms. Reviews can provide insights into the fit and sizing accuracy of the brand’s garments.
  5. Check Garment Measurements: If available, review the specific measurements of the garment you are interested in. Compare these measurements with your own to ensure a proper fit.
  6. Understand Stretch and Fabric: Consider the fabric composition and whether it has stretch or not. Stretchy fabrics tend to be more forgiving in terms of fit.
  7. Alterations and Tailoring: If necessary, consider alterations or tailoring to achieve a better fit. Some brands may offer alteration services or provide recommendations for local tailors.
  8. Know Your Preferences: Determine your preferred fit—whether you prefer a more relaxed fit or a closer, more tailored fit. This can help you choose the right size within a brand’s range.
  9. Be Mindful of Size Conversion: If you’re shopping for international brands, be aware of size conversions between different countries and regions. Refer to size conversion charts to ensure you’re selecting the appropriate size.