Original post by Ice Constricter I won't ever know what the first people who replied were thinking. Ive been looking into this as it seems i was in a similar boat my breast and hip size are 12 but my waist is a 14 and doesnt seem to want to change and its so frustrating. Whether a pair of pants fits a wider pelvis or not, does not decide the size alone. For many people, petite fit does not work well as their calves might be too large.
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I'm a male, 32 inch waist in jeans which womens size jeans would I need? The women's sizes come in 8,10,12,14 etc Report 6 years ago 2. Original post by ImNormal I'm a male, 32 inch waist in jeans which womens size jeans would I need? Report 6 years ago 3. Report 6 years ago 4.
Report 6 years ago 5. Report 6 years ago 6. Original post by minimalpenguin Im a 32 waist as well male and got some primark womens jeans which were size 12 and I could fit into 10's but they were really tight.
Although they are quite stretchy and it is primark sizing I'd say if you want to play it on the safe side get size 14, but the obvious thing to do would be to go try some on. Also as a warning you may have to wear them low down to avoid crushing your balls, and they will probably have really small pockets. Report 6 years ago 7. Original post by Ice Constricter Why would you buy womens jeans for?
Report 6 years ago 8. Report 6 years ago 9. Report 6 years ago What size is a 30 in jeans, what a 32? Use our perfect-fit jeans calculator to convert any waist size to the corresponding US standard jeans size. In this jeans size conversion chart, you will find an overview of jeans sizes for men and boys. You can measure them and determine the size, or you can easily check which jeans size corresponds to your clothing size.
The different types of jeans: In this chart, you will find an overview of jeans sizes for women and girls.
Jeans are divided between High-Waisted-Rise to Low-Rise jeans, depending on how high the jeans are worn. Each pants size that is labeled in inches includes these two figures. The number 32 then corresponds to a leg length of 32 inches. Before measuring your pants, take a pair of jeans and place them flat on the floor. Fasten the front button before measuring. To calculate the width of your waistband, measure the upper corner of the waistband from left to right.
For leg length, the inner jeans length from the stride length to the lower corner of the jeans is measured, i. Enter the results into the jeans calculator. If you enter the body measurements into the jeans size calculator, you will get the measurement in inches.
These are, of course, only indicative values. This can considerably affect the fit of the jeans and shows that body measurements are only indications. In order to get as realistic a guideline as possible, the measurement should always be taken with jeans that fit. Trying the jeans on is, however, unavoidable if it is to fit really well in the end. You will soon learn why. Several pants size charts of various clothing brands are available here. The jeans cut decides whether or not you fit in it.
If the pelvis is somewhat wider or the buttock slightly larger, the cut can cause the pants not to fit despite its correct width and length. Physical characteristics are not taken into account with jeans sizes.
The jeans calculator shown above has been designed for both women and men. The same unit of measurement is used for all jeans: Cuts between women and men differ significantly: Whether a pair of pants fits a wider pelvis or not, does not decide the size alone. It depends on the right cut.
A inch waist equates to a size 32 in women's jean sizes. In regular women's US dress sizes, however, a inch waist is usually somewhere around a size 14 . With regard to the W/L size, W stands for waist width (it comes from Waist = W) and L stands for leg length (L = Length). Each pants size that is labeled in inches includes these two figures. For example, if you have a jeans size 36/32, the number 36 means that you have a waist width of 36 inches. A pair of pants in size 30/32, therefore, has a waistband of 30 inches and stride length of 32 inches. If you want to convert the size to the metric system, you must use factor , because an .