Let's do our best to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions caused by shipping back and forth unsuitable sizes. Use this table to carefully select your size and avoid over-purchasing your new pieces.
If you cannot find your size or would prefer to talk to us before you make a final selection, feel free to send us a message.
How to measure yourself:
1. Find your fabric tape measure that has metric measurements. If you don't have one, use a piece of string or ribbon, and measure it using your mobile phone. Through we strongly recommend purchasing a measuring tape as it is an essential tool you will need for the future in slow fashion!
2. Measure the widest part of your chest and hips, and the most narrow part of your waist. Keep in mind to measure your body, not your body + clothes (with exception if you prefer to wear a bra, then you should measure your chest with the bra of your choice). Remember not to tighten the tape too much.
Note: If you are purchasing a dress, or any similar all-body piece of garment, you will need to take all three measurements. If the measurements indicate two or three different sizes, select the biggest size.
Example: If your chest is 88 cm, your waist 60 cm, and your hips 85 cm, select size 42.
Do not hesitate to ask for help if you need it! There are no strange questions when it comes to body shapes, and we love them all.