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Knowing your measurements is the key to becoming a model, but there
are other good reasons to know how to measure your bust, hips and
waist. Knowing your measurements will ensure that you not only
purchase the write pant size, but it also means you can go out and buy
the right bra for you, something that is not always easy.
Measuring your bust size:
1. Stand straight in front of a mirror. Make sure you have good
posture to ensure an accurate measurement. I recommend doing
this either in your best fitting bra.
2. Take the first end and put it in front of you. Wrap the tape
measure behind your back, across your shoulder blades and under
your arms. Make sure it sits at the fullest part of your bust.
3. Bring the two ends together in the front and record your
4. Now place the tape right under your bust where your bra band
would sit. Record this measurement.
5. To calculate, round up your bust measurement and subtract the
brand measurement. For example: 36 in. bust – 34 in. band = 2
1 inch = A cup
2 inch = B Cup
3 inch = C cup
4 inch = D cup, and so on.
Now you have an accurate bra size.
Measuring hips & waist:
1. Stand in front of a mirror in just your underwear. If your
underwear is a little tight, causing a dent in your waist, you might
have to take them off.
2. Bend over or to the side and notice where your body naturally
folds, this is your waist.
3. Place the tape measure at your waist, but be sure to keep the
tape parallel to the ground. Don’t suck in your stomach or you’ll
end up with inaccurate measurements.
4. Check the mirror or looks down very carefully for the
measurement and write it down.
5. Now wrap the tape around the fullest part of your hips and butt.
Bring the ends together and carefully look down to record the
Easy right, now you take your own measurements with ease!