A simple guide to follow for measuring yourself.
To get set up, grab a measuring tape. For accuracy, we recommend recording your measurements in swimwear or very fitted clothing. Unless otherwise noted, measurements will be most accurate if taken standing straight up with arms relaxed to your side. When you measure, you want the tape to lay flat across your skin, but not gap, pull or pinch.
How to Take Your Measurements
Bust: Your bust measurement is not always the same as the number on your bra. Wear a bra and you want to measure at the fullest part of your bust. For example, you may be a 32C but have closer to a 35-inch bust.
Waist: When most people think of waist, they think of the size on jeans or where their pants sit. For modeling measurements, you want to measure around the smallest part of your waist. For you, this might mean at your belly button or an inch or two above it. Just look in the mirror, see where your stomach goes in most, and measure there.*
Hips: While the name may be deceiving, for your modeling measurements you do not want to measure around your hip bone. Instead, measure around the largest part of your hips and bottom.
Inseam: Measure the inside of your leg from just below your crotch to your ankle.
Shoulder to Shoulder: Measure your shoulder width from shoulder to shoulder