What size is 44 in swimsuit?

3. Hips

14 L 40″ 120 cm
16 XL 42″ 107 cm
18 44″ 112 cm

What size is 40 in swimwear?


Speedo Bust Waist
36 38″ / 97cm 31″ / 79cm
38 40″ / 102cm 33″ / 84cm
40 42″ / 107cm 35″ / 89cm
42 44″ / 112cm 37″ / 94cm

What size is 48 in swimsuit?

Swimsuits Just For Us Size Chart

Size Bust Torso
18W 44 66
20W 46 68
22W 48 69.5
24W 50 70.75

What size is 42 in swimming costume?

Women’s Size Guide

UK Dress Size Hip
Inch Cm 14 40″ 102cm
Inch Cm 16 42″ 107cm
Inch Cm 18 44″ 112cm
Inch Cm 20 46″ 117cm

What is a size 22 swimsuit?


TYR SIZE* 22 24
Girl’s Size 6 7
Chest 22 24
Waist 20 22
Hips 24 25

How do I know my swimsuit size one piece?

One-piece bathing suit measurements are usually provided all in 1 chart since they can only be 1 size. Take a look at the size chart that has a bust, torso, hip, and waist measurement to find your correct size. Most competitive swimwear measurements will be provided in a single chart.

How do you measure a one piece swimsuit?


  1. Shoulder to underarm: Place your measuring tape at the top of the shoulder and pull the tape down to the bottom of the arm opening.
  2. Chest: Measure from the bottom of one arm opening across the garment to the bottom of the other arm opening on the opposite side.

How do you size a one piece swimsuit?

To determine your swimsuit size, all you need is a measuring tape. Start at the bust with one end of the tape and wrap around the body, under the arms, at the fullest part of the chest. Then, move the measuring tape to your waist to measure around the body at the narrowest part of the torso.

How do you determine your swimsuit size?

Measure directly under your bust, with the tape measure parallel to the floor. This measurement will assist you in determining your bra band size and swim top size. Measure around the narrowest part of your natural waistline. Measure around the fullest part of your hip, before the thigh begins to narrow.

Should you go up a size in swimwear?

Go up one back size bigger than your normal bra, while selecting one cup size smaller, to ensure you keep the same volume in the cup. For example, if you usually wear a 36E bra size but want more room in the body of your swimming costume, try a 38DD. Just remember though, this might affect the level of support you get.