How To Measure Yourself To Find The Right Size Hosiery

How To Measure Yourself To Find The Right Size Hosiery

Shopping online gives us access to the best products in the world, like the finest European hosiery. Unfortunately, with online shopping, we can’t try on clothes. Knowing how to measure yourself is important for ensuring that you order the right size and that your hosiery looks and feels great. To help you pick the right size for your body, here is our guide to how to measure yourself for hosiery.

A Quick Measuring Guide For Pantyhose

To measure yourself for the right-sized pantyhose, you will need a measuring tape and a scale. It’s also a good idea to keep a pen and paper handy to jot down your measurements. Here’s what you’ll need to measure:

1. Waist: To measure your waist, wrap a tape measure around your waist at the narrowest part, usually above your belly button. 

2. Hips: To measure your waist, wrap the tape measure around the widest part of your hips, usually around your buttocks. 

3. Height: Stand up straight without shoes on and measure from the top of your head to the floor. This is best done against a wall or with the help of another person.

4. Weight: Step on a scale and record your weight.

Once you have these measurements, you can then refer to the size chart provided by the brand of pantyhose you want to buy. Match your measurements to the chart to find your size. It is important to note that sizes may vary slightly depending on the brand. Always refer to the specific size chart for the brand you are interested in. If you are between sizes, it is usually best to go for the larger size for comfort.

How To Read A Hosiery Size Chart

Reading a pantyhose size chart can be a little confusing at first, but it’s quite easy once you understand how to do it. You can find the size chart of our hosiery at the bottom of every product page. Here’s how to read it:

1. Find your height range on the size chart usually listed in feet and inches.

2. Find your weight range in the chart, usually listed in pounds.

3. Find where your height and weight ranges intersect on the chart. The corresponding size listed in that box is your pantyhose size.

Please Note: Some size charts may also include additional information like hip and waist measurements. Be sure to check if these are required for selecting the right size.

If you’re still not sure of your size, don’t worry. Contact our customer service team, and we’ll be happy to help you find the right size hosiery for your body.