How is the Body Size Calculated?

by Spoondash Etsy on Nov 07, 2022

How is the Body Size Calculated?
As a textile brand, one of the most frequently asked questions is “Which size should I buy, which one fits me?” comes the question. Although it often seems difficult for women to find the answer, it is quite easy to find the right size by following a few tips. Thanks to the body size calculation tips that we will share with you in this article, you can easily get your body measurements. When you do this process clearly, which is very important for you to order correctly, you can shop comfortably without having a size problem in your orders.

The most guaranteed method of reaching body measurements is to measure with a tape measure. However, there are some points to be considered while doing this. First of all, you should be very careful to keep your tape measure upright and not to slide it while measuring. When calculating the size, you should definitely not wear thick clothes; You should choose thin clothes that will not affect your body, even 1-2 cm thickness will make a difference. In order to achieve the correct result in body size calculation, you should also be careful not to hold your tape measure too tightly; this may cause you to measure your size narrower than you are and inaccurately.


We can divide the body parts into three parts: chest, waist and hips. When calculating body size, we can start with the chest area, which plays an important role in tunics, shirts, blouses and dresses. When taking a chest measurement, you should pass the tape measure under your armpit and tie it at the very end of the chest. You can get your measurement by combining the tape measure you hold in a straight line from the back, a little above the front, over the breasts. For waist measurement, which is another body measurement, after determining the right and left fold lines of your waist, you should wrap these two points with a tape measure and reach your waist circumference. Finally, in order to measure your hips, you must stand upright and bring your feet together, then wrap the tape measure from the thickest point of your hip area to the other point and find the measurement at the junction.