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Shopping for clothes online, whether you buy them from a big box store or a custom clothier, can get you great style at bargain prices. Unfortunately it also comes with the worry that because you’re buying a clothing item sight-unseen, it just won’t fit and you’ve wasted your money. Here’s how to make sure that never, ever happens. Well, we can’t eliminate you ever having to deal with returns or exchanges, but with a little planning and some smart shopping, we can make sure it’s rare.
Get Some Accurate Measurements for Your Body, and Keep Them Up to Date
The first, and perhaps most important thing you can do before you really spend money buying clothes online is to get proper measurements of yourself. Once you have an idea of your size, beyond “large,” “size 10,” or “42 waist,” you’ll be able shop without fear. Remember, one company’s size 10 is another company’s size 8. Labels and designers purposefully use “vanity sizes” to confuse customers The best way to fight back is to make sure you have your own measurements. Here’s how.
Get a professional to take them for you. Obviously, the best way to get the most accurate measurements possible is to have someone else take them while you’re standing normally. If you can, head to a clothing store and have your measurements properly taken by someone who does it all the time. This is especially important for women and bra sizes—getting properly fitted for a bra is a difficult thing for everyone, and it’s even harder if you’re alone. Visit a lingerie or womenswear store and get a proper bra fitting. Finding a tailor or seamstress in your community could be helpful.. Once you have them, you’ll be ready to shop.
Take them yourself (or have a friend help you out. The alternative to having a pro do it, of course, is to do it yourself. You have to be careful taking your own measurements—don’t suck in your gut, or try to stand up straighter than you normally do—trying to “optimize” your posture or size will just lead to uncomfortable clothing in the end. Similarly, if you must take your own measurements, get a friend or family member to help out with the hard to accurately reach places, like the inseam for gents, or the bust for ladies.
- For men, you have a couple of areas to pay attention to. to tackle pants and slacks, you’ll naturally want your height, waist size, and inseam, but you should also measure your hips and, if you have a more pronounced backside, your “natural hips,” or the width around your pelvis across your seat. With shirts, make sure you take your chest size, your sleeve length, and your neck size. Even if you tend not to wear anything on your upper body that isn’t sized in “small/medium/large/xl,” those numbers will be what you need for dress shirts, blazers, and suit coats.
- For women, you have a few more things to be concerned about. You’ll want to measure your bust—the fullest part of your chest, and make note of that. You’ll also want to measure your “natural waist,” or the slimmest part of your torso, not necessarily your actual waist where your pants rest.. It’s not often used in women’s clothing, but it’s good to have. Women’s clothing usually use hip measurements more often—or the size around the fullest part of your body at the top of the leg, around and across your seat. You’ll also want your inseam for slacks and pants. Having your neck size and sleeve length is also helpful.
Make Notes On Brands, Retailers, and Designers You’ve Bought Before
Part of the reason we listed a number of retailers is so you have plenty of purchase options to explore. Most are general clothiers. If you dive deeper a bit, you can find sites that sell everything from custom shoes to hand-made belts and ties. Grab a notebook or use your favorite note-taking app to jot down the name of the retailer you shopped with, what you bought its size, and how well it fits.
Keeping notes like this for clothes may sound silly, but it’s really important. When you hit on a brand, a cut, or a style that really works for you, you’ll be able to find it again easily. You’ll also always know that a specific brand is cut a certain way and fits you well. After a couple of purchases, you’ll have a stable of brands, designers, and cuts that you know always work for you. When you choose to branch out, it won’t be like taking a shot in the dark—you’ll have an informed opinion and be able to take an educated guess as to what you’ll get.
Title image made using lole (Shutterstock). Other photos by Carl Mueller, Maria Morri, Indochino, and Ariel Grimm
Courtesy of: lifehacker.com/how-to-shop-for-clothes-online-and-get-a-perfect-fit-1501813895