You are probably wondering what the difference is between the two. Now that you have a basic idea of baby measurements and how to determine size correctly, we will delve into another slightly confusing topic — how to convert sizes to other international size types. It will look like this.
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Buying baby clothes is a lot like playing the lottery; you hedge your bets on a number, and hope it's the right one. But it doesn't have to be that way. While it's true that babies grow really fast, it is possible to buy clothes for them that will fit - at least for now. Use our size and . a guide to children’s clothes sizes Buying clothes for your new baby is so lovely - all those tiny vests and socks. But getting the right size for your baby or young child can be tricky, especially as wriggly babies and reluctant young shoppers aren’t always easy to measure. Clothes Size Chart European sizing for clothes in E.U. countries is based on height, which must be converted from inches to centimeters (cm). In the U.K., they use a size that is similar to the U.S. standards of sizing by a child's age, though there are some subtle differences you'll want to take note of.