Step 1: Measure yourself
Using a soft measuring tape, note your measurements around your bust, waist and hip. Alternatively, measure your existing garment for comparison.
Step 2: Compare your measurements with product measurements
Product measurements are provided on each individual product page. Sizing may vary between different designs depending on the cutting and ease allowance. Therefore, do refer closely to the measurements provided on the individual product page.
Measurements are taken on a single side of the garment, according to the measuring guide below, with the garment laying flat and not stretched. For example, if your actual bust measurement is 32 inch, take the size which has a stated pit-to-pit (PTP) measurement of at least 16 inch (half of 32 inch). If your measurements fall in between sizes, we recommend you take the larger size.
Indicative Size Conversion Chart
Still unsure of what size to take? Contact us and let us recommend the most suitable size for you.