Women's Sizing Chart
The measurements on this size chart are very similar to most major clothing companies. Sun protective clothing allows for a relaxed fit - geared for outdoor activity, travel or a casual outing. Pants, skirts, blouses and polo shirts have extra room for comfort and are not body hugging.
Match your measurements (in inches) to the chart above. If your measurements fall in between two sizes, you may prefer the larger size. In general, fabrics and garments are shrink tested so order the correct size - it won’t shrink!
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR RIGHT SIZE
Never try to measure yourself. Seek the help of a companion and use a soft tape measure.
Height: Stand in stocking feet, with feet together, back to the wall. Measure from top of head to the floor.
Arm: Bend arm to 90 degrees. Place hand on hip. Start at center of back of neck. Measure across the shoulder to the elbow and down to the wrist. Number of inches equals your sleeve length.
Bust/Chest: With the arms relaxed down at sides, measure fullest part of bust/chest, keeping tape parallel to floor.
Hip: Stand with heels together, keeping tape straight and parallel to the floor. Measure around fullest part.
Neck: Measure around base of the neck (the lowest point of the neck). Number of inches equals the neck size.
Inseam: Take a pair of pants that fits you well. Measure from the crotch seam to the bottom hem. Number of inches equal inseam length.
Rise: Start the tape at the center back waist, run the tape between your legs, pulling comfortably at the crotch and up your natural waist. Total measurement is your rise.
Waist: Measure around your waist, against your skin (not over your shirt or pants) at the height you normally wear your pants.
Head: Measure around your head, from the center of your forehead, keeping tape straight and parallel to the floor. Measure around fullest part.
Hand: Measure circumference of hand around fullest part just below the knuckles, excluding thumb. Use right hand if right-handed, and vice-versa. Measure hand in inches and refer to the sizing chart for your glove size. Use the larger number to determine your size.