Size & Fit
Here you can find our guide on body measurements, international size conversions, and clothing fit styles.
Bringing you comfort, always.
It's our mission to build collections that you'd love and want to wear for years. We know it's worth making sure the clothes fit and feel well, so we prepare a guide to help you select the right fit. Grab a measuring tape and get ready. We have a few tips for you!
Our Fit Styles
Our Size Guide.
Off-shoulder ribbed knit dress
Designed for a slim fit and curve-hugging look.
Fits true to size, take your normal size.
Designed with more stretch: size S fits XS ~ S, size M fits M ~ L.
Medium weight, high stretch.
Quinn is 169cm tall and wears a size S.
1. Product Measurements
Measured in centimetres laid flat, side to side. Do allow up to 1.5 cm difference. We measure every item by hand to help you choose the best fit. (Measurements in cm)
2. Body Measurements
Here are the body measurements our sizes are based on. (Measurements in cm)
If your measurements are inconsistent with a single column, use your waist measurement to determine your ideal size.
|Bust||79 ~ 86||87 ~ 94|
|Waist||61 ~ 70||71 ~ 80|
|Hips||87 ~ 94||95 ~ 102|
|Shoulder||36.8 ~ 39.3||39.3 ~ 42|
3. Fit Report
Our team try on every item to compare the fit and measurements. You can learn more about our Fit Styles here. (Measurements in cm)
|Fit||True to size
Regular fit feel
|True to size
Slim fit feel
4. Size Conversions
To find the equivalent sizes by country, please see the chart below.
|CN - Upper body||155 / 80A||160 / 84A||165 / 88A||170 / 92A|
|CN - Lower body||155 / 60A||160 / 64A||165 / 68A||170 / 72A|
|US||0 ~ 2||2 ~ 4||4 ~ 6||8 ~ 10|
In between sizes?
5. Taking your measurements
We recommend using a tape measure to find your perfect fit. Also, don't forget to count 2 or 3 centimeters more to be able to breathe, move, and dance.. :)
Measure at the fullest part of your chest, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
Measure at the smallest part of your waist.
This is usually below the rib cage and above the hip bone.
Measure at the fullest part of your pelvis, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
4. Shoulder Width
Think of a line going from your armpit straight upwards to your shoulder. Measure between those two points and hold the tape measure straight.
5. Sleeve Length
With your arm bent slightly, measure from the base of your neck along your shoulder, then over your elbow to your wrist bone.
6. Clothing Length
Dress, skirt, and top lengths are easured from your high point shoulder to the hem.
Leg length is measured from your waist to your heel.
Contact us here if you'd need some help, we are happy to help you with finding the ideal fit.