Tips and advice to help you make an informed choice
Different manufacturers will have different sizing for their clothing, so please remember to choose a garment on its measurements not the size number listed.
You must measure yourself according to the chart below and the size charts featured with the images on each product page. They are also included below.
Bust: Using a tape measure, measure around the fullest part of your bust. The tape should run straight across your bust points, and around your back. Keep your arms at your side, and make sure that the tape is parallel to the floor. See Diagram to the left.
Waist: Standing straight up measure around the thinnest part of your waistline. Ultimately your waistline is the thinnest measurement around your body: between your belly button, and under your bra cup. This varies on different body types, so you should measure a few times, and ultimately pick the thinnest measurement.
Hips: Standing straight up and with heels together on the floor, measure around the fullest part of your hips. Your hip measurement is ultimately the widest part between your belly button and thighs. This varies on different body types, so you should measure a few times, and ultimately pick the widest measurement. See Diagram.
If ever in doubt about what size to purchase, please contact us first.
In most cases, with dresses in a non-stretch fabric you're better off buying the next size up if you are between sizes.
It's easy to take something in. There usually isn't enough seam allowance to let something out.
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