It's pretty lame that people base attractiveness on measurements, considering there are so many factors besides that that make someone attractive. It says a lot about humans' natural tendency to want to quantify everything. I think numbers are only useful for looking at things objectively, for example to measure how many inches one has gained or lost over a certain amount of time. People associate a larger number with fat, when oftentimes it's actually GOOD muscle. My measurements are 30 in. Bust, 24 in. Waist, and 36 in. Hips.
I don't give a shit about measurements. I'm happy with my body and I think everyone is quite unique and beautiful of all sizes and what not. I consider perfection someone who loves, cares and appreciates their bodies as cliched as it sounds. Society has created this idea that the women and men in the magazines are the standard of beauty when photoshop and poor treatment of their bodies is how they achieve that. This is proven by when curvier women do photo shoots and what not, they're called "brave" and "inspirational" when their bodies are generally the average size.
My personal measurements are: Bust: 38 inches Waist: 26 inches Hips: 40 inches
Im five feet with a petite frame 32bust, 26 waist, 34 hips. I'm not happy with it but I'm trying to accept it. Ideally I wish I had more curves like a pear or hourglass shape. 36-25-36 id rather have that measurement.