Measure all the way around your torso immediately above your bust.

Measure all the way around your torso immediately beneath your bust.

Wearing your usual bra, with arms relaxed at your sides, measure your bust at the fullest point, keeping the tape parallel to the floor. It takes it past over both nipples, under the armhole and over the shoulder blades, around your back about where your bra strap is.

Measure around the narrowest part of the natural waistline.

To find your natural waistline, bend to one side. There will usually be a crease where you bend. Often it is just below your ribcage. That's your natural waistline. Don't worry since this may seem higher than where you actually wear your pants and jeans. But this is the point that is so important for a great fit. Try to keep the tape measure parallel to the floor as you measure all the way around your torso. Thats your natural Waist Circumference.

Standing with heels together, measure around your body at the broadest part of your hips (approximately 8" below natural waistline). This will include the fullest part of your backside too and should be just about where your legs meets your torso.

Measure all the way around your body at your low hip, where it meets the thighs.

Measure around the fullest part of one calf.

Measure around the fullest part of one thigh. And yes, you get to choose which thigh.

Place the tape measure around the widest part of your upper arm, your bicep. Then bend your arm slightly at the elbow. We want to be able to bend your arm in that nature.

Measure from the top of your shoulder, along your arm to where the wrist meets your hand, just past your wrist bone. Thats your Arm Length.

Measure from where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down along your body to the tip of the bust.

Start where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down following along the curve of your front to your natural waistline which you may have marked with a ribbon.

This is another one where a friend can really help. Start where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down following along the curve of your front to your natural waistline and then down along to your knee.

This is one that may be easier with the help of a friend. Measure across your upper back from the tip of one shoulder to the tip of the other. Try not to hunch over.

This is essiantial for well fitting pants. Measure straight from the wearing waistline to the ankle.

Measure the length of your inner leg all the way from the crotch to the ankle.

Remember where you measured your natural waist. You may have tied a ribbon there to mark the spot. Position the tape vertically and place it so that it starts at the center of your back right at the natural waistline. Now this is where you and your friend get more personal. Pass the tape between your legs and all the way up to the middle of your natural waist in the front. Again, this may seem hard, but don't worry. Be sure the tape isnt too tight or too loose. Stand upright, this is your Total Rise.

Slip out of your shoes, stand with your feet slightly apart and your back to a wall, measure straight from the floor to the top of your head.

Measure all the way around your waist where you actually wear your pants and jeans.

Start from where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down along the front of your body to the tip (apex) of the bust.

For best results, tie a ribbon (or string or skinny belt) at your natural waist (the narrowest part of the waistline) to mark it. Then start from where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down following along the curve of your front to the marker at your natural waist. It might be helpful to ask someone to help with this measurement!

Start from where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down following along the curve of your front to your natural waistline and then down along to your middle of knee cap. For best results, ask someone to help with this measurement!