How To Measure Your Pit To Pit Size For Online Shopping

How To Measure Your Pit To Pit Size For Online Shopping

Are you tired of measuring every time you shop online? And do you find yourself struggling to make sense of the numbers?

If you are like most of us, you are probably aware of the fact that there are countless websites out there where you can purchase clothes and other products online. But before you go ahead and buy something, you need to know how big your actual size is.

Unfortunately, most of the people out there don’t have an accurate idea of what their actual size is. And if you are one of those people, then this can cause you to end up spending a lot of money buying things you didn’t actually need in the first place.

In this article, I’m going to teach you a simple trick that will allow you to find out what your actual size is, right now, with the click of a button. This is especially useful when you are shopping online.

So if you want to know how to measure your pit to pit size, then read on...

Why are measurements so important?

Although measurements are an essential component of many parts of life, they are frequently taken for granted. Consider the topic of medicine. If you have a condition that calls for medication, you must make sure you take the right dosage to recover. To achieve the ideal flavor and texture when baking, ingredients must be distributed precisely. You wouldn't put a teabag in heated water now, would you? Then there's temperature. Similar to this, taking accurate measurements of your body enables your apparel to fulfill its purpose by providing you with the ingredients needed to look your best.

Due to our growing love of internet shopping, measurements in clothing have become even more crucial recently. Online shopping can save you a ton of money whether you buy them from a large box retailer or a custom clothier, but you do run the risk of buying something that doesn't fit properly.

Most people have a general concept of their size (an 8, 10, 12, 14 for example, or a small, medium, or large). But you need to know your size and shape more precisely to shop online without worrying that you'll have to send your purchases back. Keep in mind that one company's size 10 may be another's size 8; some labels and designers purposely use "vanity sizes" to deceive consumers.

You can dress your body more effectively the more you understand about it. When buying or acquiring custom clothing, have a documented record of your measurements. So that you always have them with you, keep them in your phone or purse.

So how do you get accurate pit to pit measurements?

The best approach to obtain precise measurements is to have them measured by a professional. This is crucial for women because bra sizes can be challenging to fit without having tried on. 

Here's how to do it yourself if you need to take some fast measurements at home or want to see if your physique has changed since your last professional measurement.

Men should focus on a few important areas when taking their own measures. Height, waist size, and inseam dimensions are needed for pants and slacks, whereas chest size, sleeve length, and neck size are the main considerations for shirts.

It's a little trickier for ladies.

Your chest, waist, hips, and inseam will be the main areas to measure, just like for males. The slimmest area of your torso, as well as the widest part of your legs and bust, should also be measured. This is known as your "natural waist." If you intend to wear collared shirts and blouses, you should also include the neck size and sleeve length on this list.

All you need to get started are a soft tape measure, a notepad, and a pencil to record the measures as you go.

How to measure your bust

  1. First, take off your top and bra. Make sure the tape measure is level and snugly placed just beneath your bust. To the nearest whole number, round. Add four inches if the number is even. Add five inches if the sum is odd. You will use this as your "band number" (eg the 34 in 34D).
  2. At nipple level, gently wrap the measuring tape over the area of your chest that is the widest. To the nearest whole number, round. This will serve as your bust size.
  3. Add your band size to your bust measurement. Your cup size is AA if there is a difference of zero inches. Your cup size is an A if there is a one-inch discrepancy. You go up a for each additional inch of difference.

How to measure your waist

  1. Take off your clothes or raise your shirt to just below your chest to start. For accurate results, the tape measure must be placed on your bare stomach.
  2. Put your thumbs at the bottom of your rib cage and your index fingers at the top of your hips to use your fingers to locate your waist. Your torso's smallest region will be your waist.
  3. Exhale slowly as you stand up straight and bring the measuring tape from your navel around your body to the front, connecting it. The tape ought to wrap around your torso snugly without digging in, parallel to the floor.
  4. At the point where the measuring tapes intersect, note the number. This is the size of your waist.

How to measure your hips

  1. In your underwear, stand in front of a full-length mirror. This will make it less likely that your tape will twist. Put your feet together with your toes pointed forward.
  2. Your thumb on the side of your hip should be used to secure the measuring tape in the centre of the widest region of your hips.
  3. Join the tape at the beginning by wrapping it around your back. To guarantee that it measures your bottom as well, the tape must be flat and snug without digging in. The connected tape is too slack if more than one finger can fit under it.
  4. At the tape's intersection, note the number. This is the size of your hips.

How to measure your shoulders

  1. You'll need a companion for this particular measurement. Simply choose a shirt that fits you perfectly and take the measurement yourself if you don't have a partner.
  2. If you are working with a partner, face them from the front. Start your measurement at the shoulder's outer edge, where the shirt's yoke will be.
  3. Your shoulders' natural curvature from the outside edge in.
  4. Start at the center of your shoulder's slope and measure down toward your nipple if you need to take a measurement from the shoulder to your bust.

How to measure your height

  1. Standing with your heels touching a wall and your feet flat, take off all of your shoes and socks.
  2. Have someone mark a spot on the wall beneath a box, book, or other flat object that you place on top of your head.
  3. With a tape measure, measure the distance from the floor to the specified spot on the wall while stepping back from it.

How to measure your inseam

  1. Measure the distance from the top of the inseam point to the heel while standing tall with your back to the wall. It is useful to either measure while wearing heels or to add 0.5 to 1 inches to the measured measurement if you typically wear heels or if you intend to do so with this outfit.
  2. If you don't have anybody with you, consider taking the inseam of a pair of pants you already own—ideally, one whose fit you love. Measure the distance in inches from the crotch seam or the bottom of the zipper to the bottom of the leg after folding the article of clothing in half (the long way).
  3. Add roughly a half-inch when purchasing materials that might slightly shrink if machine washed.

How to measure dress length

However, there are many other dress lengths available, including short dresses, above-the-knee dresses, below-the-knee, mid-calf, ballerina, ankle, and floor-length dresses. You would start at the shoulder on the side of your neck and measure to mid-thigh if you were measuring a tiny dress with sleeves. Start at the breast when measuring a halter-top dress and go down to the mid-thigh. a suggestion..

  • Mini – measure to mid-thigh
  • Above the knee – measure to a few inches above the knee
  • Knee – measure to the knee, grazing the top of the knee
  • Below knee – measure to a couple of inches below the knee
  • Mid-calf – measure to the middle of your calf
  • Below mid-calf – measure to a few inches below your calf
  • Ballerina – measure to a couple of inches above your ankle
  • Ankle – measure to your ankle
  • Floor length – measure to your toes

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