The sizing chart is to help you find your perfect size.
It's best to know your measurements before buying and this chart below will help you find your size.
A flexible cloth measuring tape is best for this, but if you don’t have one on hand, there are a few other ways to take clothing measurements using simple household objects.
Look for flexible material. Find a common item in your home that is flexible, meaning that it bends so you can use the length of it to measure curves on your body.
Try common materials like string, yarn, a piece of scrap fabric, or a cable.
Make sure the material you use isn’t precious, as you will be marking it up, cutting it, or otherwise potentially damaging it for use in taking measurements.
Try to find an object with a known length. Look for an object that you have on hand that has an even, known length to allow for easy measuring. Depending on the object, you can either use it to directly measure on your body, or to measure the length of another material like string.
For instance, a standard American printer paper size is 8.5 inches wide by 11 inches long. An American dollar bill is 2.5 inches wide by 6 inches long.