Click on the link to see the 2013 BJP leotard styles.

2013 BjP Leotard Catalogue

Danz Design has also provided the following information to help you choose the right size.

LEOTARD SIZING GUIDELINES

Here are a few tips to help you and your members with leotard sizing.  Particular attention needs to be given when ordering lined leotards.
Please note that these are guidelines only.  The best way to determine size is to try on the leotards:

  • The measurement chart below is a guideline only and relates to unlined leotards.
  • When a leotard is lined, the stretch is reduced by approximately 2/3 in both directions as compared to an unlined leotard.
  • The body girth measurement is the most important measurement to determine your size, particularly with lined leotards.  See below for instructions on how to take this measurement.
  • For unlined leotards, if the full set of measurements (ie. bust, waist, hip and girth) falls into a size range then that size would be recommended.  Note:  Allowance needs to be made if you elect to sew a body stocking into the leotard.
  • For lined leotards, if a set of measurements (including the body girth) fall in the middle or towards the end of a size range then the next size up would be recommended.  For example, if the bust, waist, hip and girth measurements fall in the upper range of a Child 10, then a lined Child 12 would be recommended
  • For both types of leotards, if the body girth measurement falls into a higher size range than your other measurements, ie you have a long torso, then the higher size would be recommended.  For example, if the bust, waist and hip measurements are at the higher end of a Child 8, but the girth measurement falls into the Child 12 range, then a Child 12 leotard would be recommended.
  • Allow for possible growth.  You may want to go up a size for children who are still growing and whose measurements fall towards the end of a size range.
  • Remember – a leotard that is slightly too large can be adjusted, but a leotard that is too small cannot!

How to take the body girth measurement

The girth measurement is taken by beginning at the centre of the right shoulder and extending down through the crotch and up the back to the starting point.

All measurements are in centimetres.  Measurements are a guide only.

Child

C02

C04

C06

C08

C10

C12

L8 –L16
Bust

50-52

53-56

57-60

61-64

65-71

72-79

Refer to Adult
Chart

Waist

44-47

48-52

53-55

53-58

59-62

63-65

Hip

52-55

57-61

62-66

67-71

72-76

77-84

Girth

86-92

93-100

101-107

108-115

116-124

125-134

Adult

L8

L10

L12

L14

L16

L18

L20

Bust

80-85

86-90

91-95

96-100

102-109

110-111

112

Waist

61-64

65-70

70-74

76-84

85-89

90-94

95

Hip

90-93

94-97

97-100

101-104

108-111

112-120

122

Girth

136-142

143-150

151-157

158-164

170-174

175-179

180