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Using a soft measuring tape, measure the length of your torso from your shoulder (where a bra strap typically lands) to between your legs (where the inseam of your pant legs meet). If you are over 30" you might prefer Andie long torso fit.
Stand naturally. Using a soft measuring tape, measure around the fullest part of your bust.
Bend to one side to find the natural crease in your waist. Stand up straight and measure around from that point all the way around your body.
Put your heels together. Measure around the fullest part of your hips and bottom (typically it's a bit lower than hip bone, but every body is unique!)
Compressive lining Four-way stretch expands to fit your curves comfortably and hug your smallest measurements Supportive all around, for a secure fit feeling Expands slightly in water -- great fabric for wearing in and out of water
Compressive lining with self rib that is more expandable Four way stretch expands to fit your curves comfortably and hug your smallest measurements Super flattering with texture stripe elongating and lengthening
Compressive lining with ultra thin and fast drying mesh self Stretchy and light The mesh fabric camouflages bulges, creates a smooth silhouette for the most flattering and athletic look Quick drying!
If your torso is 30” or over, we recommend trying a long torso fit.
Using a soft measuring tape, measure the length of your torso from your shoulder (where a bra strap typically lands) to between your legs (where the inseam of your pant legs meet)
Some women know that they have a long torso because one piece swimsuits tend to ride up or dig into the shoulders, or even feel too deeply scooped in the bust. If you are often adjusting the length of the suit (tugging and shifting) you may be a long torso fit!