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How To Measure To Find Your Perfect Sea Level Fit
Crafted to enhance the body with ultimate support and comfort, Sea Level’s Fit Guide is designed to assist in measuring four key points to help you find your perfect Sea Level swimsuit.
Use a tape measure to measure yourself, holding the tape securely to measure the four key points listed below. We recommend you take these measurements while wearing minimal clothing to achieve an accurate measure.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BUST:
Make sure you have your measuring tape under your arms and straight across your back and you have measured the largest size of your bust.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR UNDERBUST:
This measurement is to be done at the point underneath your bust line and the circumference measured straight across the body (especially important for a Bikini Top).
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR WAIST:
Bend to one side to find the natural indentation in your torso, this is your natural waistline. Again, this measurement is to be done with a straight-line circumference. Run the tape measure around this point keeping tape parallel to the floor.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR HIP:
The hip measurement is the largest part of your body. This is not to be confused with where your hip line sits. If you find the largest part of your body, generally over your behind (often over your upper thighs and pelvis rather than over your hip bones), this will give you an accurate measurement.