Sizing chart
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Quick guide to measure taking and determining the size
For proper measure taking, you need to follow a couple of simple rules!

  1. The measuring tape should not be too tight and deform the skin, but also should not be too loose
  2. The correct measurement will be obtained when the measuring tape shapes completely to the body
  3. The measuring tape must be parallel to the floor
  4. Take measurements in underwear, but do not wear push-up bra (unless you always wear this type of bra)
First, you should take measurements of your chest, waist, and hips. Numbers in the figure show where and how the measurements should be taken.

1. Chest is measured at the most protruding points of the chest

2. Waist is measured over the tape, tied at the waist, at the narrowest point

3. Hips are measured at the most protruding points of buttocks

4. Height is measured from the top of the head to the feet (standing straight, without shoes)

Compare the resulting measurements with the sizing chart data and determine the size as accurately as possible.

What should i do if my measurements of my chest, waist, and hips correspond to different sizes but not to one specific size?
Sometimes the chest and hips parameters correspond to size S, and the waist parameters correspond to size M – L, or Vice versa. First of all, focus on the piece of clothing you want to order.

The main rule: for blouses, dresses, jackets and coats, the main measure is chest size, for skirts and trousers – hips size. If this is a pair of trousers with a low waist, you can determine the correct size by the hips size, if this is a relaxed fit or A-line blouse or dress, then you need to focus on the chest size and shoulder width.
If i still have doubts about the size?
Contact us! We can create an individual product for You.

Specify your parameters and the product article of the model that you liked. Our Manager will contact You within a day.

Please note that the final cost of the product with individual parameters may differ from the one indicated on the website, depending on the complexity of the changes made to the design.