Making sure you get the right size and fit is important to us! The size chart below will guide you in terms of basic body measurements. These are fitted body measurements, taken with a tape measure flat against the body.
You can use the following guidelines when measuring yourself:
Bust: Measure around the fullest part of bust.
Waist: Measure the slimmest part of your waistline.
Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your seat.
Measurements in Centimeters
The measurements above are not garment measurements. Each garment has a certain percentage of ease added to it- these are extra centimeters added to make a garment fit comfortably. The more fitted the garment, the less ease, and visa versa.
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR SIZE BASED ON DESIRED FIT:
Generally we like to work with looser, relaxed fits, so our garments have a good size range. This means that more than one size could work for you, based on the way you like your garments to fit.
When shopping our looser fitting garments, taking the size that matches your measurements will give you a garment that fits similarly to what you see on our model. If you take a size smaller, the garment will have a more tailored fit. This applies to all of our loose fitting garments, including t-shirts, dresses, pullovers and elasticated trousers.
In the case of our structured trousers and pull-on cargos, we recommend shopping the size that matches your measurements.
Our maxi dresses are made for an average hight of 1.69cm.
If you are purchasing one of our made to order items, you can request a sight length adjustment by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you need specific measurements or dimensions of a garment, please email us on email@example.com and we'll gladly assist you further.