Size Chart Index
For use as a guide only. All sizes
Sizing for uniforms is not
the same as standardized clothing sizes. Please consult the accompanying
charts as a guide for
specific sizing information.
How To Measure For A Correct
Keeping one finger between tape measure and body, measure where you normally
wear slacks, skirts, shorts, etc. Keep the tape comfortably loose. Waist sizes are very important for a
Chest/Bust: Measure just under the arms and across shoulder blades. Hold
tape firm and level. Girl's/ladies measure around the fullest point of bust,
under arms and across shoulder blades.
C. Hips: Standing with feet together, measure around
fullest part of hip area at top of legs.
D. Inseam: Measure a well fitting,
similarly styled pair of pants. Lay them flat, with the front and back creases
smooth. Measure from the crotch to the bottom of the leg hem along the seam.
Measure a shirt collar that fits you well. Lay collar flat. Measure from center
of collar to the far end of buttonhole. Double that measurement for correct neck
Belts: Order one or two inches bigger than waist size.
lengths: Girls size skirts generally are long enough for girls not taller
than 5'. Teenage girls should order a T(Teen) size skirt. Girls 5'7" and taller
should order a TL(Teen Long) skirt.
H. Sweaters and Jackets: Order one size up from
shirt or blouse size.