If you know your pant size measurements, you can accurately alter or make your own pants or shop for specialty pants that sell how men's pants sell. However, knowing your size-twelve measurements can still help you determine your shirt size in situations where you need clothing altered or you plan to make your own clothing.
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Seriously, here’s a rundown of responses for size The majority is in dark green; significant measures (over 10%) are in light green: If majority rules, a size 10 has a 36″ bust, 28″ waist and a 40″ hip. She’s five foot five or six inches tall and weighs pounds. Hmmm. Clothing bust, waist and hip measurements in inches, with conversions to cm for UK dress sizes, including all the common dress sizes from 8 through to 18 (8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18). These sizes are also used in Australia and New Zealand. Measure around the chest at the fullest point of the bust. Waist. Measure around your natural waistline. Hips/Seat. Measure around fullest point of seat while standing. Inseam. Measure similar pants that fit you well. Lay them flat, with the front and back creased smooth. Measure along the inseam from crotch to bottom of leg hem.