We always recommend finding out your clothing size on ZEZENI using measuring tape, this will help you avoid surprises when your garment arrives home.

We know you may be too lazy to take all your measurements, but if you write them down on a piece of paper or on the computer and save them you will only have to do it once and you'll be able to use the notes as a reference in the future:).

One thing you'll have to be careful with is not to get confused with measurements in centimetars (cm) and inches, as they are two totally different measurement systems. So first of all make sure that the chart numbers in your measurement system.

With this in mind we can continue to show you how to take your measurements with a measuring tape. We will divide this section into 3 sections:

A – Top: T-shirts, blouses, jackets, shirts etc…

This section applies to clothing that goes at the top, i.e., jackets, shirts, shirts, blouses, vests, sweaters, jackets, tank tops…

Instructions for measuring yourself:

When it's time to start measuring your size, it's best if someone helps you. Like we mentioned before, if you write down all your measurements and save them, you can use them as a reference the next time you buy from ZEZENI

  • Bust: Measure it by passing the measuring tape under the armpits and around the chest and shoulder blades.
  • Shoulder: Measure from one shoulder to the other in a straight line and so that the measuring tape passes through the back.
  • Sleeve: Measure from the shoulder (where the bone ends) to the wrist.
  • Length: Place the arm close to the body and measure from shoulder to hip.
  • Neck Width: Simply measure around the lowest part of the neck.

Once you have this data you can go to the conversion chart and compare your measurements with those of the product you want. Obviously your measurements are not going to be exactly the same as those shown in the table, so you will have to choose the size that best fits the size (XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL etc…)

B – Bottom: Pants, skirts, leggings etc…

This section is applies for those who want to buy clothing for the bottom, whether it's jeans, leggings, skirts, shorts, etc. …

Instructions to measure yourself:

As we have said before, it is easier if someone helps you to take note of the measurements.

  • Waist: Measure around the height where you normally wear your pants, do not tighten the tape too much, in fact you might want to put a finger between the measuring tape and your body.
  • Hip: Measure around the widest part of the hip.
  • Thigh: Measure around the widest part of the thigh.
  • Length: Measure from hip to below the ankle.

Now that you have all your measurements you can go to the conversion chart and see which size equals your measurements. Like we said before, don't be afraid if your measurements are not exactly the same as those on the chart, we all have different bodies, simply choose the size (XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL etc…) that comes closest to your measurements.

C – Dresses: Long, party, etc…

The sizes of dresses are a mixture between the measurements of clothes for the top part and the measurements for the bottom part.

Instructions for measuring yourself:

 

  • Waist: Measure around the height where you normally wear your pants, do not squeeze the tape too much, in fact you might want to put a finger between the measuring tape and your body.
  • Hip: Measure around the widest part of the hip.
  • Bust: Take measurements by passing the measuring tape under the armpits and passing it around the chest and shoulder blades.
  • Shoulder: Measure from one shoulder to the other shoulder in a straight line and have the tape run over your back.
  • Sleeve / Outside sleeve: Measure from the shoulder (where the bone ends) to the wrist (if the dress has long sleeves).
  • Strap Length: Measure a little above the chest to the shoulder.
  • Length: Put the arm close to the body and measure from shoulder to hip.
  • Neck Width: Simply measure around the lowest part of the neck.

Once you have this information written down you can go to the product size chart and compare your averages with those of the chart. Keep in mind that it is almost impossible for your measurements to be 100% identical to the size chart of the product, don't panic, just choose the size (XS, S, M, L, XL…) that best matches your measurements :).