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Can somebody please tell me what size that would be in Australia. Send a private message to marigold. Find More Posts by marigold. Let me stress that as a male who can't remember his own shoe size I can't claim any expertise in this area. I did however find an online conversion site www. Perhaps if you e-mail the vendor they can confirm this for you?
Marigold, the Australian sizes are a bit ad-hoc, with different designers apparently using different scales. Eg, in my current wardrobe I have Aust. Most people are very obliging and this could help make sure you have the right fit. Send a private message to Bokhara. Find More Posts by Bokhara. Jan 8th, , Hi - doesn't this sizing thing make you mad!! Like Bokhara I have to say that the sizing varies enormously. You can get a size 8 girl with a higher body fat percentage than a size 14 girl.
Clothes size is not a measure of your body fat percentage and can easily be affected by frame size and muscle mass. A girl with thick muscular thighs will be bigger than a girl with skinny untoned thighs I think it depends. Related Questions Is a size 14 australian, not american fat? My boyfriend's Australian shoe size is 14, what size would he be in American shoe sizes? Australian to American Clothing Size? How big is an Australian size 14 ladies? What is the difference between australian sizes and american sizes?
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ASOS Size Guide For the correct size, please use the truedfil3gz.gq size guide for measurements & fitting tips. Close [X]. Mar 03, · Size 6 American = Size 10 Australian So if you are a size 14 in Australia you would be a size 10 in the US. I think size 10 is kind of big, but this is just my opinion because I am a size 0 in the truedfil3gz.gq: Resolved. Women's dresses, clothing, blouses, shirts and sweater's size conversion charts between American (US), Canadian, European, British (UK), Australian, Italian, French and Japanese sizes. There are two charts (women's and junior's) for women's dress sizes since United States use different numbering system (even vs odd) for each category.