To ensure the best fit for your clothing, use this guide to measure your body. You'll need a flexible measuring tape. It's often easier to have someone help you with these measurements, but you can do them yourself in front of a mirror. Make sure the tape is snug but not tight and is always parallel to the floor for horizontal measurements.
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Stand up straight and measure around the fullest part of your chest. Keep the tape under your arms and make sure it's flat across your back.
Find your natural waistline, which is usually the narrowest part of your waist. Measure around this point, keeping the tape comfortably loose.
Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips, typically just above your hip bones.
Measure from one shoulder point to the other, across the back. The shoulder point is where the horizontal part of the shoulder meets the vertical part of the arm.
Bend your elbow slightly, and start from the end of your shoulder bone. Measure across the elbow to the wrist bone.
Wear a pair of shoes and measure from your crotch down to where you want your trousers to end at the shoe level.
Measure from your waist (or where you want your trousers to sit) down to your crotch, where the inseam of your trousers would start.