Clothing Info and Size Guide
Below is a standard size guide (body measurements) we use as base measurement requirements across all styles. Please note these are not measurements of the garment. Please see each garment product description for more information on the style and fit.
All garments are labelled in AU (Australian) sizes.
How to measure:
Place measuring tape (or if you don't have one) a piece of string will do the trick! You can place the string around you then measure against a ruler.
- Bust - Measure around the fullest part of your bust
- Waist - Measure from just above your belly button or the smallest part of your waistline.
- Hips - Measure around the widest part of your hips.
There's no official Australian standard sizing. That and our bodies are all different.. some styles of clothes will fit differently. This is why we have a return policy 😉 and all our model info in the description to help you. Perfect example with this sizing chart, you may notice some models who's measurements are more or less than the body size chart above. This is because the size chart is just a base line to fit people generally of that size. However depending on the style, your body shape and how you like to wear your clothes (loose or more fitted) you could size up or down.
An example with our sizing S (10/12), M (12/14) If you are a size 12 for example you would go with size S (Small).. but if you want more of an oversized look, you could go with the M (medium). You may also find your size is not available but you fit another. It all depends on the style and how you like to wear it. And you can always reach out if you have any questions at all.
We are only just dipping our toes in clothes (that sounds so weird). But I definitely know a lot about clothing.. and the more comfortable it is, the more I'll wear it. And that's definitely the goal over here. As well as effortless style, something you can slip on add some awesome earrings and go about your day/night!