Our in-stock leotards come in all standard sizes. Please refer to our size chart to determine the correct size to order. The fit of a leotard, or garment, is, however, very personal. It all depends on how you like to wear your leotard or outfit and there is no golden standard for this. Experience has shown us that for a Training leotard, many gymnasts often prefer to order 1 or 2 sizes larger so that there is room to grow. However, for a competition leotard, which must “fit perfectly” on a given day, we recommend that you adhere strictly to the size chart.
When measuring for a leotard, the torso measurement (A) is the most important measurement to take into consideration. Waist size (C) is often important when buying leggings, although the height of the person should obviously also be taken into account. Chest measurement (B) is important when ordering a training jacket, a t-shirt or a crop top.
At RC Leotards we aim to please our customers; Leotards, leggings and garments from stock may be exchanged for a different size if you have ordered the wrong size. In the event that a returned garment is not available in the required size, we can either make it for you (please allow for manufacturing time) or alternatively you can choose a different model/item or request a refund.
*Please note that special order, custom-designed or personalized garments cannot be returned.
- Measurements should be taken with care. To do this, use a soft, flexible measuring tape. If you don’t have a suitable tape, we recommend using string to measure and then measuring the string with a ruler.
- Do not measure yourself; Ask someone to take measurements for you. Measuring yourself can sometimes lead to errors due to bad posture or a measuring tape that is not straight.
- The most important measurement for a leotard is the torso (or girth) measurement (A). When choosing a leotard, always refer to our size chart and use torso measurement as a guide.