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Please note that size charts relate to ASOS own brand clothing and are designed to fit to the following body measurements. Some brands may vary from these measurements but you can still use them as a guide.

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ASOS brand sizes are designed to fit to the following body measurements:
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Size To fit Chest Size Inches CM XXXS 30-32 76-81 XXS 32-34 81-86 XS 34-36 86-91 S 36-38 91-96 M 38-40 96-101 L 40-42 101-106 XL 42-44 106-111 XXL 44-46 111-116 XXXL 46-48 116-121

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outlet moncler milano lombardia US standard clothing size From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search

US standard clothing sizes for women were originally developed from statistical data in the 1940s–1950s. At that time, they were similar in concept to the EN 13402 European clothing size standard, although individual manufacturers have always deviated from them, sometimes significantly.

However, as a result of various cultural pressures, most notably vanity sizing , North American clothing sizes have drifted substantially away from this standard over time, and now have very little connection to it. Instead, they now follow the more loosely defined standards known as US catalog sizes .

Body measurements below are given in inches.

Contents 1 History 2 Women's sizes 2.1 Overview 2.2 Details 3 Girls' sizes 4 Boys' sizes 5 Children's sizes 6 Baby sizes 7 Conversion from catalog sizes 8 Standards 9 See also 10 References

History [ edit ]

Men's standard sizes were probably developed first during the American Revolutionary War , and they were in regular use by the American army during the War of 1812 for ready-made uniforms ( Felsenthal 2012 ). These were based on the chest measurement, with other measurements being assumed to be either proportional (the circumference of the neck, waist, hips, and thighs) or easily altered (length of the inseam) ( Felsenthal 2012 ).

As this was largely successful in men, the same approach was attempted in the early 20th century for women using the bust as the sole measurement ( Felsenthal 2012 ). However, this proved unsuccessful because women's bodies have far more variety in shape. The hourglass figure is frequently used as an industry standard, but only 8% of women have this body shape ( Felsenthal 2012 ). A woman with an hourglass figure and a woman with an apple-shaped figure who have the same bust size will not have the same waist or hip sizes.

This was a significant problem for mail-order companies, and several attempts at predictable, standard sizing were made ( Felsenthal 2012 ). In the 1940s, the statisticians Ruth O'Brien and William Shelton received a Works Progress Administration grant to conduct the most ambitious effort to solve this problem. Their team measured almost 15,000 women across the US. After discovering the complex diversity of women's actual sizes, which produced five to seven different body shapes, they proposed a three-part sizing system. Each size would be the combination of a single number, representing an upper body measurement, plus an indicator for height (short, regular, and long) and an indication for girth (slim, regular, and stout). The various combinations of height and girth resulted in nine different sizes for each numerical upper-body measurement, which was highly impractical for manufacturing ( Felsenthal 2012 ).

As a result, O'Brien and Shelton's work was rejected. In 1958, the National Bureau of Standards invented a new sizing system, based on the hourglass figure and using only the bust size to create an arbitrary standard of sizes ranging from 8 to 38, with an indication for height (short, regular, and tall) and lower-body girth (plus or minus). The resulting commercial standard was not widely popular, and was declared voluntary in 1970 and withdrawn entirely in 1983. In 1995, ASTM International published its own voluntary standard, which has been revised since then ( Felsenthal 2012 ). It has not been widely adopted.

Women's sizes [ edit ]

Women's sizes are divided into various types, depending on height. These charts give an indication of size only and are by no means exact as they vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, sometimes by a full inch up and down.

Overview [ edit ]

There are multiple size types, designed to fit somewhat different body shapes. Variations include the height of the person's torso (known as back length ), whether the bust, waist, and hips are straighter (characteristic of teenagers) or curvier (like many adult women), and whether the bust is higher or lower (characteristic of younger and older women, respectively). These categories include:

Misses sizes The most common size category. For women of about average height (5'4") with an average bust height and an hourglass figure. Dress sizes may be given as girth at the bust in inches (e.g., 36), but even-numbered sizes from 2 to 16 are more common. Categorical sizes range from XS (extra-small) to XL (extra-large). Junior sizes For short women with higher busts and fairly straight bodies. Junior sizes are commonly given as odd-numbered sizes from 1 to 15, which correspond to the next number up in misses' sizes. Women's sizes or plus sizes For larger women of average height, sometimes with lower bust lines. Like misses' sizes, the sizes may be given as a dress size based on the bust measurement, but they are usually given as even-numbered sizes from 18 up. Categorical sizes usually range from 1X (similar to extra-large, but with slightly different proportions compared to the misses' size) up. Misses petite For short women with average busts and more hourglass body shapes. Sizes follow the misses' standard and are marked with a P, as in 10P. Junior petite For very short women with average busts and fairly straight bodies. Size may be denoted as "5JP" or as "5P". Women's petite For larger, shorter women, sometimes with lower bust lines. Sizes are marked the same as women's with a P, as in 20P. Young junior For short women with high busts and fairly straight bodies. Tall sizes For taller women (usually 5'8" or above), usually with a proportionately average bust height and an hourglass figure. Sizes are usually written with the corresponding misses' size and a T to indicate tall, as in "10T". Half sizes For short women with lower busts and more hourglass body shapes. Sizes are written with a ½, as in "10½". Details [ edit ] This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards . The specific problem is: malformatted table Please help improve this section if you can. (November 2015) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message )

Please compare to your favorite fit charts. These measurements conflict with many other size charts. These charts are significantly smaller than many current US clothing companies.

Pattern sizes - DuBarry / Woolworth (1931-1955) [1] 5'3"–5'6" tall, average: bust (3" < hips), waist (9" < hips) Dimension/size 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 40 Bust 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 38 40 Waist 23 23.5 24 25 26 27 28 30 32 34 Hip 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 41 43 Misses’ sizes (PS 42-70) [2] (1971) 5'2½"–5'6½" tall, average bust, average back Dimension/size 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Bust 31½ 32½ 33½ 35 36½ 38 40 42 44 Waist 22½ 23½ 24½ 26 27½ 29 31 33 35 Hip 33½ 34½ 35½ 37 38½ 40 42 44 46 Back-waist length 14½ 15 15¼ 15½ 15¾ 16 16¼ 16½ 16¾ Misses’ sizes (ASTM D5585 95 (R2001)) (1995, revised 2001) 5'3½" - 5'8" tall Dimension/size 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Bust 32 33 34 35 36 37½ 39 40½ 42½ 44½ Waist 24 25 26 27 28 29½ 31 32½ 34½ 36½ Hip 34½ 35½ 36½ 37½ 38½ 40 41½ 43 45 47 Misses’ sizes (ASTM D5585 11e1) [3] (2011) 5'5½" tall Dimension/size 00 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Bust 31⅛ 31¾ 33 34⅛ 35¼ 36¼ 37¼ 38¾ 40⅜ 42⅛ 44 46 Waist (Straight) 25⅜ 26⅛ 26⅞ 27⅝ 28½ 29½ 30½ 32¼ 34 36 38¼ 40½ Waist (Curvy) 23⅞ 24⅝ 25⅜ 26⅛ 27 28 29 30¾ 32½ 34½ 36¾ 39 Hip (Straight) 33¼ 33⅞ 35⅛ 36⅜ 37½ 38½ 39½ 41 42½ 44¼ 46 48 Hip (Curvy) 34 34⅝ 35⅞ 37⅛ 38¼ 39¼ 40¼ 41¾ 43¼ 45 46¾ 48¾ Misses’ sizes 5'5"–5'9" (165–175 cm) tall, average bust, average back Dimension/size 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Bust 32-34 34 35½ 36½ 38 39½ 41 Waist 22-24½ 25½ 27½ 29 30 31½ 33 Hip 33-35½ 36½ 38 39 41 42½ 44 Back-waist length 14½ 14¾ 15¾ 16 16¼ 16½ 16¾

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Miss petite sizes 5'1"–5'3" (157.5–160 cm) tall, average bust, shorter back Dimension/size 4mp 6mp 8mp 10mp 12mp 14mp 16mp Bust 32-34 34 35 36 37½ 39 40½ Waist 21-23½ 24½ 26½ 27½ 29 30½ 32 Hip 34-35½ 36½ 38½ 39½ 41 42½ 44 Back-waist length 14 14½ 14¾ 15 15¼ 15½ 15¾

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Junior sizes 5'4"–5'5" (162.5–165 cm) tall, higher bust, shorter back Dimension/size 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 Bust 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Waist 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Hips 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Back-waist length 13.75 14 14.25 14.5 14.75 15 15.25 15.5 15.75

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Junior petite sizes 5'1" (155 cm) tall, average bust, shorter back Dimension/size 3jp 5jp 7jp 9jp 11jp 13jp Bust 30.5 31 32 33 34 35 Waist 22.5 23 24 25 26 27 Hip 31.5 32 33 34 35 36 Back-waist length 14 14.25 14.5 14.75 15 15.25

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Young junior sizes 5'1"–5'3" (155–160 cm) tall, higher bust, shorter back Dimension/size 5/6 7/8 9/10 11/12 13/14 15/16 Bust 28 29 30.5 32 33.5 35 Waist 22 23 24 25 26 27 Hip 31 32 33.5 35 36.5 38 Back-waist length 13.5 14 14.5 15 15.5 16

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Women’s sizes 5'5"–5'6" (165–168 cm) tall, average bust, average back Dimension/size 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 Bust 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 Waist 30 32 34 35.5 37.5 39.5 41.5 43.5 45.5 Hip 39 41 43 46 48 50 52 54 56 Back-waist length 17¼ 17⅜ 17½ 17⅝ 17¾ 17⅞ 18

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Half-sizes 5'2"–5'3" (157.5–160 cm) tall, lower bust, shorter back Dimension/size 10½ 12½ 14½ 16½ 18½ 20½ 22½ 24½ Bust 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 Waist 27 29 31 33 35 37½ 40 42½ Hip 35 37 39 41 43 45½ 48 50½ Back-waist length 15 15¼ 15½ 15¾ 15⅞ 16 16⅛ 16¼

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Girls' sizes [ edit ] Girls' sizes Dimension/size 7 8 10 12 14 16 Chest 25.5 26 28 30 32 34 Waist 22.5 23 24 25 26 27 Hip 26.5 27 29 31 33 35 Height 52 54 57 60 64 67

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Boys' sizes [ edit ] Boys' sizes Dimension/size 7 8 10 12 14 18 20 22 Chest 26 27 28 30 32 33½ 35 40 Waist 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Hip 27 28 29½ 31 32½ 34 35½ 37 Neckband 11¾ 12 12½ 13 13½ 14 14½ 15 Height 48 50 54 58 61 64 66 68

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Children's sizes [ edit ] Children's sizes Dimension/size 1 2 3 4 5 6 6X Chest 18.5 20 20.5 21.5 22 23 Waist 17 18.5 19 20 20.5 21 21.5 Hip 19 20 21 22 23 24 24½ Height 31 34 37 40 43 46 48 Back-waist length 8¼ 8½ 9 9½ 10 10½ 10¾ Finished dress length 17 18 19 20 22 24 25

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Baby sizes [ edit ] Infant sizes Dimension/size NB 0-3 mo 3-6 mo 6-9 mo 9-12 mo 18 mo 24 mo Weight 5–8 lb 8–12½ lb 12½–16½ lb 16½-20½ 20½–24½ lb 24½–27½ lb 27½–30 lb Height less than 21½ in 21½–24 in 24–26½ in 26½–28½ in 28½–30½ in 30½–32½ in 32½–34 in.

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Toddlers' sizes Dimension/size 1/2 1 2 3 4 Chest 18.5 19 19.5 20 20.5 Waist 17 17.5 18 19.5 20 Height 28 31 34 37 40 Finished dress length 14 15 16 17 18

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Conversion from catalog sizes [ edit ]

Companies who publish catalogs may provide the measurements for their sizes, which may vary even among different styles of the same type of garment . The sizes seen in catalogs generally have roughly the following measurements:

Catalog misses' sizes: 5'5"-5'6" (165–168 cm) tall, average bust, average back Dimension/size 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Closest standard size 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Est. height 5'4" (162.5 cm) 5'4" (162.5 cm) 5'4.5" (164 cm) 5'5" (165 cm) 5'4" (162.5 cm) 5'6.5" (169 cm) 5'6" (168 cm) 5'6" (168 cm) 5'6.5" (169 cm) Est. weight lb (kg) 115 (52) 125 (57) 135 (61) 145 (66) 155 (70) 165 (75) 175 (79) 180 (81.5) 195 (88.5) Bust 34 35 36 37 38.5 40 41.5 43 44.5 Waist 25 26 27 28 29.5 31 32.5 34 35.5 Hip 35.5 36.5 37.5 38.5 40 41.5 43 44.5 46

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Catalog women's petite (half-sizes): 5'1/2"-5'4" (153-162.5 cm) tall, lower bust, shorter back Dimension/size 18W 20W 22W 24W 26W Closest standard size 12½ 14½ 16½ 18½ 20½ 22½ 24½ 26½ 28½ Est. height 5' 1/2" (153 cm) 5'1" (155 cm) 5'1.5" (156 cm) 5'2" (157.5 cm) 5'2.5" (159 cm) 5'3" (160 cm) 5'3" (160 cm) 5'3.5" (161 cm) 5'4" (162.5 cm) Est. weight lb (kg) 125 (57) 140 (63.5) 155 (70) 170 (77) 180 (81.5) 190 (86) 215 (97.5) 225 (102) 235 (106.5) Bust 36 38 40 42 43.5 45.5 47.5 49.5 51.5 Waist 28 30 32 34 35 37 39 41 43 Hip 38 40 42 44 45.5 47.5 49.5 52 53.5

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Catalog women's sizes: 5'5"-5'6.5" (165–169 cm) tall, average bust, average back Dimension/size Closest standard size 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Est. height 5'5" (165 cm) 5'5.5" (166 cm) 5'6" (168 cm) 5'6" (168 cm) 5'6.5" (169 cm) 5'6.5" (169 cm) 5'6.5" (169 cm) 5'6.5" (169 cm) 5'6.5" (169 cm) Est. weight lb (kg) 145 (66) 160 (72.5) 175 (79) 190 (86) 205 (93) 220 (100) 235 (106.5) 250 (113) 265 (120) Bust 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 Waist 30 32 34 35.5 37.5 39.5 41.5 43.5 45.5 Hip 39 41 43 46 48 50 52 54 56

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With the average American woman's height (20 years and older) at about 63.8" or approximately 5'4" (162.1 cm) ( Department of Health 2012 ), both standard and catalog size ranges attempt to address a variety of weights / builds as well as providing for the "shorter-than-average" height woman with "petite" and "half-sizes". However "taller-than-average" women may find their size-height addressed by manufacturers less frequently, and may often find themselves facing issues of slightly too short pant legs and sleeve cuffs, as well as waist lengths.

Standards [ edit ]

Current and former national standards:

ASTM D5585-95, 2001, Standard Table of Body Measurements for Adult Female [5] ASTM D6829-02, 2008, Standard Tables of Body Measurements for Juniors ASTM D5585-11, 2011, Standard Tables of Body Measurements for Adult Female Misses Figure Type, Size Range 00–20 ASTM D6240-98, 2006, ASTM D6240-98 Standard Tables of Body Measurements for Men Sizes Thirty-Four to Sixty (34 to 60) ASTM D6458-99, 2006, Standard Tables of Body Measurements for Boys, Sizes 8 to 14 Slim and 8 to 20 Regular ASTM D6960-04, 2004, Standard Table of Body Measurements Relating to Women's Plus Size Figure Type, Sizes 14W-32W CS-151-50 - Infants', Babies', Toddlers' and Children's clothing CS-215-58, 1958 - Body measurements for the sizing of Women's patterns and apparel PS 42-70, 1971 - Women's Clothing [2] PS 36-70 - Boys' Clothing PS 45-71 - Young Men's clothing PS 54-72 - Girls' Clothing See also [ edit ] Clothing sizes EN 13402 Vanity sizing Petite size References [ edit ] ^ "A SHORT HISTORY OF U.S. WHITE WOMEN'S MEASUREMENTS USED FOR PATTERNMAKING" . Analog-Me . Retrieved 2015-03-11 .   ^ a b "PS 42-70 Body measurement for the sizing of apparal" (PDF) . Retrieved 2014-09-14 .   ^ "ASTM D5585 - 11e1: Standard Tables of Body Measurements for Adult Female Misses Figure Type, Size Range 00–20" . Astm.org . ASTM . Retrieved 2011-11-13 .   ^ Bob Johnstone. "Video Games Industry Infographics" . ESRB Infographics . ESRB . Retrieved 2014-08-01 .   ^ "Standard Tables of Body Measurements for Adult Female Misses Figure Type, Size Range 00–20" . ASTM.org . ASTM . Retrieved 2014-09-14 .   Felsenthal, Julia (25 January 2012). "A Size 2 Is a Size 2 Is a Size 8: Why clothing sizes make no sense." . Slate.com.   Reader's Digest Editors (2002). New Complete Guide to Sewing . Reader's Digest. ISBN   978-0-7621-0420-8 .   CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ( link ) Provides a complete listing of the standard sizes. Anthropometric Reference Data for Children and Adults: United States, 2007–2010 (PDF) , U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, October 2012   Retrieved from " https://en./w/index.php?title=US_standard_clothing_size&oldid=749075212 " Categories : Fashion design Sizes in clothing Hidden categories: Articles needing cleanup from November 2015 All pages needing cleanup Cleanup tagged articles with a reason field from November 2015 Wikipedia pages needing cleanup from November 2015 All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December 2013 CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list

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