For the most accurate information on sizing for particular items, please refer to our product descriptions, measurements, and model specs.
We recommend looking at the Measurements tab before purchasing as this will assure you have the perfect fit!
Please look carefully at our photos, descriptions, measurements and this size chart prior to ordering and note that our styles come from different designers. While some designs may be sized slightly different, our items run true to the sizes listed in the product's description based on the size chart below. If an item runs slightly larger or smaller than normal we will include that information in the product description when necessary.
HOW WE MEASURE
TOPS / DRESSES
Length: Measure length of the top from shoulder seam to end of shirt
Bust: Measures across the chest of the top from underarm seam to underarm seam and then doubled
Sleeve Length: Measure from the shoulder seam to the bottom of the sleeve
Rise: Measure from the inner crotch seam to the top of the waistband
Tip: Measure the rise before the waist so you can see where the waistband will sit on your body!
Waist: Measure the waistband from side to side and then double
Hips: Measure the widest part from side to side and then double
Inseam: Measure from the inner crotch seam to the bottom hem of the leg
FINDING *YOUR* PERFECT FIT
TOPS / DRESSES
Click on the size you are interested in and check out the bust measurement. Measure on yourself around the largest part of your bust and this number should correspond to the size you want.
Keep in mind, a lot of oversized looks have a larger bust. To see if this will fit how you like, we recommend comparing the measurements to a similar top you have in your closet!
If you are wanting to know how long the top/dress is, look at the “length” measurement. Measure on yourself from your shoulder down the length measurement to see where the top will hit on you.
For the waist: Click on the size you are interested in, and look at the “rise” measurement. Measure on yourself where the crotch inseam would hit up the rise measurement to your waist. This is where the waistband will hit. From there, measure around your waist to see if your measurement aligns with the waistband size of the bottoms.
For the length: The best way to determine the length, is to use the inseam measurement. Measure on yourself from where the crotch inseam would hit down the inseam measurement. This will show you where the pants will hit on you.