Do your items run small, large, or true to size?
People have different comments about the exact same item in the exact same size; this one feels it runs small, that feels it's true to size, and another feels it runs large! In general, most people from Asia feel they run large, most Europeans feel they run true to size, and most Americans feel they run a little small. It realy depends on what type of sizing you're used to. The only accurate way to find the size for you;
1.is to take 2 minutes to note down your own chest/waist/hip measurement
2.pick your size off my size charts
3.NOT use the size you normally are.
How do I find my size?
The only accurate way is to take 2 minutes with a tape measure.
Measure your bust.
You'll need to measure the fullest part of your bust to get the proper measurement. Make sure that the measuring tape goes under your arms.
*Keep the measuring tape not too tight. If you do it too tight then you'll get the wrong measurements and your dress won't fit properly.
- Measure your waist.
Bend to one side and find your waist's natural crease. At the crease, measure around your waist, making sure that the measuring tape is a bit loose.
*You can also find your natural waist by measuring 2 inches up from your belly button. It's usually the smallest part of your waistline.
- Measure your hips.
Stand with your feet together. Measure around the fullest part of your hips and rear. This is typically midway between your crotch and your belly button. Again you'll want to keep the measuring tape somewhat loose, so that your dress size doesn't end up being too small.
- Look at a size chart.
- Use our size chart as a basic guide.
- Always choose the larger size if your measurements come between two sizes.
- Please do not just order the size you normally are, as ours might differ!
- See the video below how to correctly measure your body.