OPTION 1 - using your EXISTING BELT
This establishes optimum sizing (length) and will be the middle hole (out of five) of your new belt.
OPTION 2 - withOUT BELTS
Making Sure you are NOT wearing a belt while doing this, put a measuring tape through your pant/skirt loops and wrap it around your waist. Because you don’t want your new belt to interfere with your breath, inhale deeply and then measure your girth. This measures your bodily circumference. This is the measurement you need to provide when ordering your new belt.
OPTION 3 - withOUT BELTS
Tape measure your waistline according to where you intend to wear the belt ( waist, hips or somewhere in between ):
For more accurate sizing, we strongly suggest you to take your measurements WITHOUT wearing garments and eventually add one or two inches. The size to use for length when placing your belt order will equal your bodily circumference PLUS the girth of your underwear, shirts, pants or skirt.
OPTION 4 - withOUT BELTS for MEN ONLY !
Based on your pants size, pick your belts one or two sizes larger to get a good fit: if you wear a 36” trouser waist, a belt labeled 38"-40” will probably be in the right neighborhood. Remember, the 38”-40" will be the measurement from where the buckle connects to the belt to the hole currently being used. This works some of the times, but it is not the most accurate way.