What is the size difference between Misses and Womens?
Misses vs. Women Sizes Misses are for people who have a more slender, skinnier frame and waistline and are technically geared toward the teenager population who are still growing. Women's sizes are for the older woman with the curvier figure (not to be confused with overweight).
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Juniors is a section made specifically for teenagers and tend to follow younger people's trends. This is in general a tighter fit for shirts and pants for girls and tend to be… looser for boys. Misses; however, is specifically for women and it concentrates on the fashion interests of young women, usually between the junior's styles and women's styles. It may include petite sizes and a more dressed up or more casual feel than the styles of junior girls. Also, the sizes tend to run a bit wider than the juniors because women tend to have larger bodies than junior girls who have not fully developed in their teenage years. The biggest difference other than possible style differences between juniors and misses clothing is the way the clothing is cut. Misses clothing is generally cut more generously in the bust and hips, where as juniors clothing is generally cut straighter. The size numbers are also different: juniors clothing is sized in odd numbers (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, etc.), while misses clothing is sized in even numbers (0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, etc.). Additionally, the cut of the clothing is different because of body maturity. Back in the days (50's/60's) when most dresses were made of cotton and had "darts" as part of the shaping of the garment, the darts allowed for different placement of the bust. On a Junior size, the bust is higher on the chest wall than that of Misses sized clothing. This change usually will take place after having given birth, or eventually gravity will take it's course in women who never have children. This same change of nature also applies to the hip area in the way in which lower body clothing are cut between the two size catagories. In Junior sizing, the rise of the crotch area is shorter from waistline to inseam than that of Misses. This too is affected by the spreading of the pelvic region during the course of pregnancy/childbirth. Both size catagories may have the same bust/waist/hip measurements, but they will differ in the torso region as to where those corresponding body measurements will be.
Yes a woman can wear a male wetsuit. Tho the fit will be off in places. Arms, legs or torso to long, or the chest or hip areas are tight. A woman's wet suit give more room …in the chest and hip area for the size than a male's suit. Also the arms and legs are more in proportion for the length. ANSWER ADDITION While a woman can wear a man's wetsuit, it's not always the best solution. As most women have a greater surface area to volume ratio than men, they tend to chill down faster. As women also generally have a less planar body shape, as well as a more unique and individual one, it becomes rarer and rarer for women to find a wetsuit that fits off the rack. much less one designed for a man's body. Add bad fit to more radiant surface and you get one uncomfortable diver. Today's newer suits are lots more flexible, so women have a far better chance of finding an off-the-rack suit that fits today than in 1970. That said, fit is critical for comfort and warmth, so a custom suit is not unusual. Trying to fit into a man's suit may work, but the odds are far worse. And therefore the chances for a safe and comfortable dive are worse and worse.
\nif you're talking about misses and women's, misses is generally smaller and women's is larger or plus sizes\n. \n. \nthere is none!
Answer . nothing.
PETITE IS FOR SHORTER WOMEN
Yes, XL is size 16-18 !X is 18-20. sometimes we need to go up or down depending on the body part. I wear XL on top but !X on bottom. if its a dress and its cut full you can ge…t away with the XL and feel good. I just read that an XL is a 16 and a 1X is an 18.
petite sizes are for shorter women
i would say its around a 3/4 in juniors, i wear a size two in misses and i usually fit anywhere between a size 2-4 in juniors.
Women's sizes are usually for a fatter woman than a misses size will fit. That's pretty much the difference. Why would you answer a question when you don't know the answer? …That's not the difference; misses sizing is generally geared towards teenage women who haven't fully developed the curves they will. CURVES - as in hips, breasts, etc. Women's sizes are for...women. Misses sizes are odd-numbered; women's sizes are even numbered. (Do you think a size 2 is bigger than a size 13?) Also: designers (like Marc Jacobs, not Scussy) use women's sizes or the European equivalent.
Womens's are the plus sizes and misses are the in shape one. I have no Idea why the separate the womens from the misses in my own opinion I believe that women's and misses are… all the same things.
Misses sizes are for heavier women or women with larger bodies andtall sizes are just longer. Sometimes the two body types coincide.
there is no real different
Misses and womens sizes are cut differently and usually are not similar. Misses sizes are for averagely sized females where womens sizes are for plus-size or full-figured fema…les.
I miss you is just in general. I miss your voice, smile, laugh, etc. I miss seeing you means they miss seeing you like your physical appearances that satisfy them!
Junior sizes generally have a slimmer cut and the sizes are odd numbers instead of even numbers. if you look at a size chart online you can probably convert it. If your a woma…n and want juniors jeans just look for the number closest to your jeans size. Go to BP in Nordstrom;)
The size number in youth is two numbers smaller than the size number in women's. Example: Women's size 7 = Youth size 5.
"Miss" is used for an unmarried woman. "Mrs." is used for a marriedwoman. "Ms." may be used for either.