|Competition Sizes||Chest||Waist at narrowest||Hip at fullest||Torso|
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Getting a suit that fits well starts with taking accurate body measurements. The measuring tape should be fitted snug against the skin and body for all measurements. We suggest taking measurements in a swimsuit or undergarments (not over clothing) for accuracy.
Starting at one shoulder, wrap the measuring tape down your body, between your legs right against the leg crease, bringing the tape up your back to the point where you started.
Measure around the fullest part of your bust straight across the back.
Measure around your natural waist (smallest part of the waist).
Stand with your heels together using a tape measure around the fullest part of your hips and rear. Use a mirror standing sideways to ensure you are at the fullest point.
We just got in today and it is way too big, I would say 2 sizes to big. My daughter wears a 24 in her dolfin team suit and it is a tight fit. According to the sizing guide a 24 should be her size in this suit but nope. I do like the shoulder straps however it is a bit odd that the suit does not have leg grippers. It appears to be a good intro tech suit but we have to wait for a replacement to a smaller size to try it out in the water.
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