Size Charts

Size charts are used as a general guideline.
Sizing could vary from brand to brand.
Because sizing and cut will vary between brands, please use our size charts as a general guide.
If you are between sizes and need assistance selecting a size, please see the product reviews located on each style or contact us.
Please note only selected styles are available in extended size ranges


Children and Teen sizes



Adult Sizes



Body Measurements
Please follow these simple steps when you’re ready to take body measurements. If possible, have someone help take the measurements, and make sure you both understand how to take each measurement point by reading the instructions carefully.

Wear undergarments or a lightweight leotard with a bra that gives your bust-line your typical shape for most accurate measurements.

Be sure to stand straight with your weight evenly distributed and remember to breathe.

The measurement tape should be snug but not too tight on circumference measurements and stretched tight for vertical measurements.

Getting the Measurements

Bust/Chest – Measure over the fullest part of your chest with your arms relaxed at your sides.

Waist – Measure around where your waist naturally indents. Keep your finger between the tape and your belly.

Hips – Measure around the fullest part of the hips and buttocks while standing with your heels together.

Girth – Measure from the midpoint on the shoulder towards the front, through the crotch and back around to meet the midpoint of the shoulder.

Inseam – Measure from the crotch to the bottom. The inseam length is the number of inches, to the nearest half-inch.