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Fit Just Right
Fit Just Right
Fit Just Right
Fit Just Right
Fit Just Right
Fit Just Right
La Femme Fatale Plus-Size Clothiers

Fit Just Right

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Sizing is such a contentious issue when shopping for new clothes. No one knows better than us. We see ladies struggle in-store with garment fit. Every manufacturer uses a different size scheme and it is so frustrating because you literally never know what size to take. You could wear a size XL in one brand and 3XL in another.  This makes shopping online nearly impossible. But what if we could change all that? What if we could make it easy? What if you knew if was going to fit before you ordered it? Game changer, right? We thought so!!

Now ladies, dig out that measuring tape because we have the solution for you!!! 

HOW IT WORKS

1) Click on "Fit Just Right"

2) What's my size? Click on size chart, then calculate my size.

3) Input all the required measurements.

4) Choose your fit preference (slim, fit, or loose)

5) Let the size recommender do its magic.

You can take the measurements yourself, but it works better if someone helps you. Once you have all of your measurements input for the mock-up, it will remember them on that browser (unless you clear your cookies). Then you can go between brands, garment types and fabrics and it will keep recommending the right size for you! 

HOW TO MEASURE

Bust: Measure around the chest at the fullest point of the chest.

Waist: Keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground, measure around your waist at the narrowest point of your torso. Make sure to keep one finger in between the tape and your body.

Low Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hips, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground. This is typically where your legs meet your torso. 

Mid Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the middle of your hips, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground. This is typically a few inches below your belly button. 

High Hip: Stand with your heels together and measure around the torso at the top of your hip, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground. This is typically at your belly button.

Neck Collar: Measure the circumference of your neck. When measuring make sure to keep one finger in between the tape and your body.

Under Bust: Measure around your rib cage where than band of your bra goes.

Shoulder to Under Bust: Measure from your shoulder to where the bottom of your bra band is, over the top of your breast.

Shoulder to Waist: Measure from your shoulder to your waist.

Shoulder: Using a measuring tape, measure the width of your shoulders from the back of your body (from shoulder blade to shoulder blade).

Torso (High Hip): Measure from highest point of the shoulder down to the top of your hip. This is where the end of the hem for the shorter shirt/jacket types will hit. 

Torso (Mid Hip):  Measure from highest point of the shoulder down to the middle of your hip. This is where the end of the hem for the shorter shirt/jacket types will hit.

Torso (Low Hip):  Measure from highest point of the shoulder down to the lowest part of your hip where you are the fullest. This is where the end of the hem for the shorter shirt/jacket types will hit.

Side Seam: This varies depending on the garment. For shirts it from the underarm to the high hip, hip or lower for tunic lengths. Measure from a comfortable point in your underarm down to the end of the hem for the shirt type. 

Shoulder to Hem (Knee, Mid-Calf, Ankle): This varies depending on the garment. For dresses it will be to the knee, mid-calf or ankle, depending on the style. Measure from highest point of the shoulder near the center back down to the knee, mid-calf or ankle. 

Arm Length: Determine and measure the widest part around your bicep, measure 6" down from the tip of the shoulder, and then across the widest part around your bicep

Arm Hole: Measure around the shoulder to the armpit with your arm down. When measuring make sure to keep one finger in between the tape and your body.

Bicep: Determine and measure the widest part around your bicep, measure 6" down from the tip of the shoulder, and then across the widest part around your bicep.  

Elbow: Measure your arm circumference 1" above your elbow. 

Wrist: Measure your wrist (sleeve cuff).

Forearm: Measure the widest part of your forearm, approximately 2" below your elbow.

Front Rise (Mid): Measure from approximately 1 inch below your belly button to the bottom hem of your crotch, using a measuring tape. Yo can also take your favorite mid rise pants and measure from the top of your pants at the waist to the bottom crotch seam point. 

Front Rise (High): Measure from approximately 1 -2 inches above your belly button to the bottom hem of your crotch, using a measuring tape. Yo can also take your favorite high rise pants and measure from the top of your pants at the waist to the bottom crotch seam point

Back Rise (Mid): Measure from approximately 1 inch below your belly button height in the center of your back to the bottom crotch seam point. This measurement works best wearing pants. You can also get the measurement from your fav pair of pants that fit you the way you love.

Back Rise (High): Measure from approximately 1-2 inches above your belly button height in the center of your back to the bottom crotch seam point. This measurement works best wearing pants. You can also get the measurement from your fav pair of pants that fit you the way you love.

Inseam: Measure along the inside of the pant leg from the crotch to the bottom opening. The number of inches is the inseam length, rounded to the nearest 1/2 inches. Make sure to not if the pants are ankle length, 7/8 pants, or crop and adjust this measurement accordingly.

Waist to Hem: This varies depending on the garment. For short it will be to the knee, and for pants ankle length, 7/8 pants, or crop. Make sure to adjust this measurement depending on the style.

NOW TIME TO SHOP!!! 

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