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Is there a size chart for men's clothing to women's clothing? I am wanting to transition but I can't afford to experiment with different sizes. Also, is there a size chart for men's shoes to women's shoes?   

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admin you
@admin · Posted 31 Jul. 2021


admin you
@admin · Posted 31 Jul. 2021

I can only comment about North America; other countries have different sizing.

Shoes: Take your men's shoe size and add 2. So, if you wear a size 9 shoe, your size in ladies' would be 11. Note, ladies' shoes are narrower than mens' for the same size. You may have to go to a specialty store, either one that caters to cross dressers, or one that caters to unusual sizes.

Clothes: I'm going to assume you don't feel comfortable going into a store and trying stuff on, which is really the best way.

Most online clothing vendors have a size chart. Look up your measurements in the chart, and find the nearest size; that will give you a place to start. Each brand will have a slightly different fit. Consider ordering a couple of different sizes, then return the one which doesn't fit. Often there are comments in reviews, such as 'fits small' or 'fits large'.

For casual stuff (T-shirts, sweaters) sized 'S-M-L' go one size up. So if you wear a 'M' in mens', try 'L' in womens'.

Underwear: ***** come in hip sizes (in inches or cm) or 'S-M-L' where a small is 34 inches, and each size is 2 inches bigger. Women's ***** are not cut to accomodate the male junk; you will have to experiment with styles and sizes, and try-ons are generally not possible. Good luck with this.

Bras: sizing is more complicated than filing income taxes. To make it simple: the 'number' is the inches around your chest where the band will rest. e.g. 36 is a 36 inch chest measurement, below the pecs.

The letter is the cup size. 'A' is about a poached egg size, 'B' is a champagne coupe, 'C' is a navel orange, 'D' is a regular grapefruit. The letter sizes can go up to 'H' in some brands.

Note; a 'B' cup in a 38 band will be actually a larger volume than a 'B' cup in a 36 band, so if you choose a different band size, you have to resize the cup accordingly. Surprisingly there are a lot of women who don't know this. Also; most people choose a band which is too large and a cup which is too small.


admin you
@admin · Posted 31 Jul. 2021

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admin you
@admin · Posted 31 Jul. 2021

Here are some size charts to help you. You really don’t need a conversion chart; what you really need is an accurate size chart for women’s clothing. Here’s one above. Just grab a tape measure and be careful to measure your chest, waist, and hips. The chest and waist measurements will be the most critical of the three. If you get the chest right, unless you have a ***** belly, the tops should fit you okay. If you have a large shoulder span, that may also potentially be a problem, but the only way to really know for sure is to go to a retail store and start trying on clothes. The women who work there will be happy to help you. They work on commissions in some cases, but regardless, it’s their job to sell clothing and you’re in the market to buy some, so it’s a win-win for all.

Above: This is a pants size conversion chart. Again, I’d just grab a tape measure and see where your size is on the women’s side of the chart.

Above: You’ll probably want to buy some underwear too, so the women’s underwear size chart shown above can be very useful with this.

As far as shoes are concerned, women’s shoes are roughly 1.5 to two sizes larger than men’s. So if you wear a size 9 shoe in men’s, you’re looking at approximately a size 11 in women’s. There’s no way to avoid going to the stores, so your best bet is to psyche yourself up for it, and just go for it. After you shop for women’s clothing and shoes a couple of times, it’ll become very natural for you and from that point forward, you’ll rely on size charts much less than you do now.


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