Buying clothing online can be tricky, especially with one of a kind vintage, in a variety of fabrics from a plethora of brands and designers. Here's a guide on how we suggest you measure:
Measurements are taken laying flat using a soft measuring tape.
For pants & denim, we record the measurements of the waist, hips, inseam and length.
For coats & jackets, we record the measurements of the shoulders, length and sleeves.
For tops we do not generally record the measurements, however we suggest going by your normal top size to determine best fit.
For bags & jewelry, we do our best to record accurate measurements.
*Consumer tip* measure a garment you already own that's a similar style to compare sizing. Be sure when measuring the fabric is similar to the item you wish to purchase and not bunched when laid flat.
To measure yourself, use a soft measuring tape to wrap around your body. Remember to leave a little room for ease.
When it comes to vintage sizing, you may experience larger sizes appearing and fitting more snuggly than modern day sizes. This is due in part to the sizing standard for women changing over the years. Due to this, please read the descriptions of each item thoroughly. If you have any questions regarding fit or general questions about the our items, please don't hesitate to Direct Message us on Instagram, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our chat feature for a timely response!
Modern sizing we use to determine fit:
XS (0-2), 30"-31" bust, 24"-25" waist, 34"-36" hip
S (4-6) 32"-34" bust, 26"-27" waist, 36"-37" hip
M (6-8) 34"-36" bust, 27"-29" waist, 38"-40" hip
L (10-12) 36"-42" bust, 30"-34" waist, 41"-44" hip