Women’s Fit Guide
How to Measure: Use this Size Chart to locate your personal measurements and identify the size for you. The body silhouette to the left indicates the three areas where you need to measure yourself – or better yet, have someone else measure you to get a more accurate result. When a measurement appears to land in-between two sizes, it’s generally better to order the larger size. Unless noted, all measurements are listed in inches.
Bust Measurements: Measure the chest with the tape measure underneath the arms, across the shoulder blades, and over the fullest part of the bust. The measuring tape should be snug but not tight.
Waist Measurements: Measure the natural waist at the smallest part of the waist. The measuring tape should be snug but not tight.
Hip Measurements: Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hips. The measuring tape should be snug but not tight.
Inseam Measurements: Measure inside leg seam from crotch seam to hem on a pair of similar style trousers (not jeans). Alternatively, measure on body from crotch to floor with tape measure.
Outseam Measurements: Simply lay the trousers down on a flat surface and measure the distance from the top of its waistband to the bottom of the pant.
For additional assistance determining your proper measurements please contact M&H Customer Service at: 1-800-888-9927 or send us an email us at email at email@example.com