Size Guide

Size guides

On every product page is given a size guide which is unique for the product.

Each product has a different size guide that’s why please check the size guide every time.

It means that for example a size S in a one model of dress can be different than a size S in other model of dress.

Please remember about this before a purchase and check the size guide every time.

You can access the size guide by clicking on the “size guide” button or by checking the last picture with sizes table on product page.

All measurements are given in centimeters (+/- 2 cm) (clothes, dresses, lingerie) and in inches (some of shoes)

Before a purchase please check a size guide and measure yourself.

How to check your measurements to choose the right size for you?

How to measure: Waist

For this, you need to find your waist. Make sure that you measure against your bare skin. It might seem like a small detail, but it’s a necessity for an accurate reading. You might wonder where your hips start and your waist ends. Or at which point your waistline stops being your waistline and starts being your ribcage. For that we have a couple of pointers. Your waistline is about halfway-ish between the bottom of your ribs and your hips, above your belly button; although everyone is different so it’s not an exact science, you’ll find it should be the narrowest point. If you bend to the side, as if you were doing the yoga ‘triangle pose’, the crease that forms on your side, is where your natural waistline is.

Wrap the tape measure around your waist but don’t breathe in. (Unless you want to breathe in for the whole time that you’re wearing the top you’re about to order.) Ensure the tape measure is neither too tight or too loose. You don’t want it to hang down, but you want an accurate measurement. If you’re measuring your waist for trousers, that you would normally wear either above or below your waist, it may help to measure that area as well. Make sure to note down your measurements, no matter how confident you are, don’t rely on memory.

Where to measure: Hips

We all know how to find out hip bones. But which part do we measure when we are referring to hip measurements in clothing? The easiest way to get your measurements for this one is in front of a mirror. Or better yet, with help from a friend. Measure without clothes on (keep your knickers on if you like) and make sure you’re standing with your feet together.

Place the end of the tape measure on one of your hips, at the pointiest part – more or less. Pass this around your body, over your bum and your second hip, and then back to the starting point. You may want to measure at your lower back. It’s important that you take the measurement across the fullest part of your buttocks to get the most accurate reading. You need to ensure that the tape remains level all the way around and is parallel to the floor. This is where the mirror, or friend, comes in handy. Again, make sure that you write this down.

How to measure: Chest, bust, rib

This one is done, again, across the broadest part. Ladies, we would advise keeping your bra on. (Unless you’re measuring for a bra or intend to wear the garment you are ordering without one.) You want to ensure that your clothing will fit comfortably on top of it.

To measure your chest, you need to measure from your armpits, all the way around your shoulder blades, and back to where you started.

To measure your bust, you need to measure around the part which will go across both of your nipples. For an underbust measurement (sometimes called chest or ribcage – especially when referring to bras) you need to measure around the underneath of your breasts, as high up as you can. When in doubt, check for a diagram to see whether you need a chest, bust or rib measurement.