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  Measurements Chart, Women's Please FILL in entire chart
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 Please MEASURE Carefully 
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Present Day Sizes Generally Worn

   Dress Size: (i.e. 10, 12)

   Pants: Waist: "    Inseam: "

   Blouse: " (bust)

   Weight: lbs. (Optional!)

   Shoe Size: (i.e. 7 1/2 B)

How to Measure
(except for height, enter fractional measurements. IE: 14.5" or 14 1/2")
1. HEIGHT: Standing against a wall with planned shoes. (IE: 5' 9")
 " 2A. FACE-CIRCUMFERENCE: Over the top of the head, down past the ear barely touching the ear lobe to the tying area under the chin and up the other side to where you started at the top of the head.
" 2B. HEAD-CIRCUMFERENCE: Taken around the head just above the ears.
  2C. HAIR STYLE: Full hair, as in thick hair or perm   or Flat, as in pulled back.
" 3. NECK: Taken around the neck at the soft spot at base of throat.
" 4. BUST/CHEST: Around the fullest part, take a deep breath, with what you'll be wearing for support.
" 5. RIB CAGE: Around chest just under the breasts, take a deep breath, with what you'll be wearing for support.
" 6. UPPER HIP: Around the body at the top of the Hip Bones.
" 7. SHOULDERS: Across the back from from left arm socket to right arm socket.
" 8. UNDERARMS: From the top of the shoulder, under the armpit and back to top of shoulder.
" 9. BICEPS (upper arm muscle): Around the fullest part, between shoulder and elbow (bicep).
" 10A. ARM LENGTH: From top of arm at shoulder bone to wrist.
" 10B. STOP SIGN: From center of base of neck to the middle of wrist. With the arm straight out and elbow bent with the forearm vertical, like stopping traffic.
" 11. WRIST: Around the wrist at the wrist bone.
" 12. SIDE FRONT LENGTH: From top of shoulder, where bra strap goes, over the chest and to the waistband.
" 13A. SIDE BACK LENGTH: From top of shoulder, where bra strap goes, over the shoulder blade and to the waistband.
" 13B. CENTER BACK LENGTH: From base of the neck to the waist.
" 14. WAIST: Taken around the area where you want your waist band.
" 15. STOMACH: Taken around the fullest part of the stomach. (May be the same as 3.)
" 16. WAIST TO END OF KNEE CAP: From the spot where your waist band goes, over the hips, then straight down to the knee cap.
" 17. WAIST TO FLOOR: From the spot where your waist band goes, over the hips, then straight down to the floor.
" 18. HIPS: Taken around the fullest part.
" 19. THIGH: Largest part of thigh, for drawers/bloomers.
Posture
Erect Posture
Erect
Normal Posture
Normal
Head Forward Posture
Head Forward
Sloping Posture
Sloping

Figure
Slim    
Regular
Stout   

Chest
Full      
Regular
Flat     

Shoulders
Sloping Shoulder
Sloping
Regular Shoulder
Regular
High Shoulder
High
Square Shoulder
Square

   
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