We want to make sure you find the perfect size when you shop with us, and we've got some tips to make that more comfortable for you. Within each product description, you'll find product measurements, so be sure to use those. Once you measure yourself, you'll be able to choose the size that best matches your body measurements. Not sure of the best way to measure yourself? We've got a guide below, but feel free to contact our customer service at email@example.com with any questions.
BODY MEASURING GUIDE
- Be sure to measure yourself against your bare skin instead of over your clothes. Seems obvious? Just making sure. Also note, all the measurements we provide in our product descriptions are taken on top of products laid flat, using inches.
- Bust: Wrap your tape measure around your chest (below the armpits) at the fullest point of your bust. Jot that measurement down.
- Waist: Pull a favorite pair of pants that fit you comfortably and lay them out on a flat, level surface. Take a measurement of the back waistband from the left side to the right, but don't stretch them as you measure. You can use this measurement to match yourself to the ones we provide.
- Inseam: Take that same pair of pants (from above) and lay them out the same way. Measure from the crotch seam all the way down the inside of the pant leg, ending at the bottom hem. Use this measurement to match yourself to the ones we provide.
- Length: We'll provide the length of an item from its highest point to its lowest hem. Measuring yourself from your shoulder down can help you to get an idea of how long an item would approximately be on your body. Keep in mind that the flat lay measurement we list may seem a little shorter than when it's worn. That's good to remember when you're choosing your size. We provide skirts measurements from the top of the waist line to the bottom hem. When you measure yourself, go ahead and start where the skirt will be worn on you.
SOME EXTRA HELPS:
- Just to be safe, go up one size on fitted tops if you tend to run between sizes.
- You may prefer a cami or slip under polyester/spandex (poly/span) blends.
- You may prefer a cami or slip under styles made of white or very light rayon/spandex blend (ray/span).