This is not the only unusual thing about sizes either.
Pls what will be my US size, I use size 16 for tops, trousers and gown and size 41 for shoes. How can you tell if an online site is from over seas? I have read the reviews and most of them do say order a size up, so of course I will. The clothing is not very expensive at all maybe that should be my first hint.
I appreciate any advice you can offer. Thank you for your time. Buying pants form a web site the pants are made in Asia the sizes range from s to 5x I wear a 36 30 in us size what would I need to order to get the correct size.
Asian sizes run small, so most likely that would be an XL or 2XL. What size am I in Asian bottoms. Help…i want to buy my brother this sweater he really wants but itz made in the UK if hes a large in the US what would be his size should I get?
UK sizes and US sizes tend to run similarly. Im USA i normally wear a size medium. I am ordering a tankini set from china. Which should i order? Medium, large, or XL? I would recommend the XL. Asian sizes always run small, generally at least one size smaller than their US counterparts.
Hello Cassandra, It depends on what country you are visiting. It depends on what you are ordering. For pants, it equates to 10 JP and JP on shirts. JP sizes generally run small. We all know the size I the US so please someone help me out. My question is for shoes.
Remember, in Japan , even if the tag is XL, most brands are Asian sized, so the proportions are smaller and the the size is usually one size smaller. So XL really means L. A Japan large is often more like a medium in the Western world. Unfortunately, I agree you will have problems finding larger size clothing that look good.
Yeah, you are in trouble. Guys with big feet can't find cool shoes easily either. In the States, people say to me, "wow, you're so thin still. Burberry Black Label is Burberry's Japan -only line for men and my "large" friend wanted some clothes from there but it was impossible. He went to the shop in Ginza and could only buy neck ties.
He got a cool watch from Paul Smith that was only available in Japan but could not buy any clothes here.
He purposely messed with the staff in Prada because he made it look like he was going to actually try on some shirts and they were terrified that he would destroy them but were so polite about telling him that he was too big. Ask where the SUMO wrestlers buy their clothes? Lion Do is the clothes store for the sumo wrestlers.
It's close to the big Sumo centre and the Edo Tokyo museum. The sleeves were ridiculously long, about 5 or 6 cm. That is the problem. Proportions are different, which is why most apparel manufacturers use a different size protocol in Asia.
If you are looking for those kind of shops in Ginza ,. You have three strikes against you in Japan. I wouldn't even waste time, especially with respect to finding fashionable clothes that will fit you in Japan. I wear size L in the North America, sometimes size M is still ok, but most of the time, it is size L for me. I measured the width of both, they were exactly the same. They both sized like a size L for me.
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Converting Asian Sizes to US Sizes In Your Store Once you’ve obtained the measurements which you need to convert your store’s products from Asian sizes to US sizes it’s your responsibility to ensure that your customers can easily find this information and order the correct sized products. If you're a US size L I'd say you're completely sized out, unless you can literally give your measurements to the seller on aliexpress and they recommend you a size XXL or XXXL or something(it exists in some kinds of more expensive asian clothing.) I'm a uk8 and I wear an asian L -XL. I think that's a U.S. size S but I'm not completely sure. The system of dress sizing used in the United States of even numbers or of XS-XL is completely different from the Asian systems of sizing. If you go shopping in Tokyo or buy clothing online from an Asian source, this can lead to a huge headache or leave you stuck with a dress far too big or small.