Dimensional measurement is an essential process before buying a swimsuit. It will make it easier for you to buy a Dimensional measurement is an essential process before buying a swimsuit. It will make it easier for you to buy a fitted swimsuit.When you have a general understanding of the size you need, you can skip the things that don't fit and focus on the bathing suits that make you look and feel more beautiful.Most importantly, the measurement is simple and takes only a few minutes:
Make sure you have a soft tape measure to measure your size. If you don't, they can be bought at a very cheap price in most grocery stores.In addition, you should take off your clothes before measuring yourself; If you do this when wearing thick sweaters and jeans, you will not get accurate results and may end up buying the wrong size bikini.
STEP 1 - MEASURE YOUR BIKINI BAND / BACK
Firstly, measure directly under your bust, in inches.If the measurement is an even number of inches, add 4” If the measurement is an odd number of inches, add 5”.For example,Under bust measurement is 34”add 4ins to get bust size 38 .Under bust measurement is 33”add 5ins to get bust size also 38.
STEP 2 - FIND YOUR CUP SIZE
Everyone's chest and bust are different, so to determine your cup size, it's best to follow your current Bikini Size.Cups are sized relative to the tape measure, so if the tape measure size you just measured (in step 1) is bigger than your current bra's band size, your cup size will decrease.For each belt size you increase, your cup size will be reduced by one size.Every time you reduce the band size, your cup size will increase by one size.Example: your 36B bar does not fit now. You measure the tape at 34 inches. Your new measurement will be 34C.
Now that you have your own measurements, you can compare them with online charts to determine your size in different brands. Remember, sizes usually vary from label to label, so be sure to do your homework. If you wear one designer's large size and another designer's small size, please don't feel nervous. Never buy a swimsuit just because of the number or letter on the label - it really doesn't matter.