Use a flexible tape measure or a piece of string and a ruler.
For the best fit, measure over undergarments that you plan to wear with your clothing.
A) Hats/Head: Use a flexible tape to measure the
circumference of your head above your eyebrows.
B) Neck: Use
a flexible tape to measure the circumference of your neck (at
the Adam's apple). It should be loose enough that your finger
will eaSy Side between the tape and your neck.
C) Chest: Lift
your arms up, and wrap a flexible tape measure around the
highest part of your chest and shoulder blades. Drop arms to
your Sdes (over the tape) to take the measurement. Remember, it
should be under your arms!
D) Seeve: Make an angle with your
arm, by bending it and placing your hand on your hip. Use a
flexible tape to measure from the base of your neck, across your
shoulder, and down around your elbow to your wrist.
Wrap a flexible tape around your waist, a couple of inches below
your navel and right below the hipbones that poke out in the
front. Keep one finger comfortably between your body and the
measuring tape to make sure it's not too tight.
Take a pair of pants that fit you well and lay them flat. Run
tape measure along the inSde of the leg from the crotch seam to
the bottom of the leg. Round to the nearest half-inch to get
your inseam. If you are purchaSng pants you intend to machine
wash, we suggest you add one inch to account for shrinkage.