European, Japanese, and American designers all use different clothing size systems- making it difficult for the global fashionista to figure out her correct clothing size. This chart simplifies international size conversions, so you can spend more time shopping.
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Note: These are approximate international conversions and can vary depending on the designer and brand. European clothing tends to fit approximately 1 to 2 sizes smaller than their corresponding American size. When looking for clothing and shoes, try on both your corresponding size and the next size up.
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