How to read our measurement charts for apparel:
We display two different styles of measurement charts for our apparel items, depending on the manufacturer of the garment. Body measurement charts will determine your size based on your body measurements, and garment measurement charts will state the actual width and length of the garment. When viewing a product, you will find these charts located below the product description. Please see below for a detailed description of how to use these charts to determine the correct size for you.
Body Measurement Chart:
Choose the size that best matches your bust, waist, and hip measurement. The fit of this garment pertains to the below body measurements. (i.e., If your bust circumference is 44, waist is 36, and hip is 48; 1X is the size you should choose.) We also provide the length of the garment from the neck point to the bottom of the front hem, to give you an idea where the bottom of this item will hit on your body.
Garment Measurement Charts (Tops):
These charts indicate the actual body length and chest circumference of the article of clothing. The wearer can best utilize this information by comparing their torso length to the body length and chest measurement to the chart on the product page.
Garment Measurement Charts (Bottoms):
These charts indicate the inseam length of the leg and the relaxed waist circumference of the bottoms. The wearer can best utilize this information by comparing their waist circumference to the waist measurement on the Garment Measurement Chart on the product page.