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biglips Sat 26-Feb-05 13:21:02

ive just measured myself on my bust, where is the waist and the hip is exactly on the body?

Lonelymum Sat 26-Feb-05 13:23:04

Waist is the smallest part.
Hips are over the widest bit I believe.

Miaou Sat 26-Feb-05 13:26:12

Have you got a clothing catalogue? They usually have a section in the back showing you exactly where/how to measure yourself.

BadHair Sat 26-Feb-05 13:37:47

Couldn't tell you, I'm afraid, as they all seem to merge into one with me. There's a size chart in the Shop With Confidence Section here .

biglips Sat 26-Feb-05 16:53:59

thank you

biglips Sat 26-Feb-05 17:21:14

ive found my size of what i am now (had baba 4.5 months ago), can i find out, on internet, what is my weight using those measurements? if you know what i mean?

BadHair Sat 26-Feb-05 17:25:02

Do you mean what your ideal weight should be? Doubt you would find your actual weight as some people are more muscly than others, and as muscle is heavier than fat ...
My friend and I are both size 14, but she is nearly a stone heavier than me as she is all muscle, whereas I am a big lump of wobbly lard.

biglips Sat 26-Feb-05 17:39:49

i know whats my ideal weight is, but ive got no scales to weigh myself now so i was wondering whether there is a site to find out whats weight im now by going by the measurements or am i talking loads of crap

BadHair Sat 26-Feb-05 17:47:35

Um, wouldn't have thought you could find out your actual weight just by measurements due to everyone having a different BMI. Like I said my friend and I are technically the same size, but there's a vast weight difference, not to mention that our body shapes are nothing like similar (she is willowy-looking and I am more on the marshmallowy side).
If you've not got scales could you nip down to Boots tomorrow as they have in-store scales, at least ours has and the shop's tiny.

biglips Sat 26-Feb-05 17:49:44

ok ill do it on monday... ta!

kama Sun 27-Feb-05 18:13:52

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