SIZE CHART TIPS
Since no two bodies are created equal, not even twins, please reference your clothing in your closet that fits for size estimation. Please note that the information provided below is for informational purposes and is not warranted or guaranteed.
Results vary and are based on (but not limited to); style, material, body structure, and elasticity. Typically, the fabric with the most elasticity (like spandex) will fit more comfortable and snug or hug your body. Fabric that is more rigid (like lace) may not fit to size and you may need a size up to fit more comfortably.
ESTIMATION OR TYPICAL SIZE
Measure across the fullest part of the bust by threading a soft measuring tape across your back at band level and under each arm, being careful that your elbows are down and that the tape isn't pulled away from the body in the front. With the tape in position, take a breath in and out, allowing it to slide to its most comfortable, non-binding fit.
TIP: If the measurement falls on the half inch, round up.
Bend to one side to find natural indentation in torso. This is your natural waist. Run tape around natural waistline, keeping tape parallel with floor and one finger between body and tape for a more comfortable fit.
Stand on a level surface with feet together. Measure around fullest part of hips and bottom (approximately 7"-9" below waistline), keeping tape parallel with floor.