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Finding the perfect fit when shopping online can be a challenge. To help you choose the right size and ensure a great shopping experience, we've created this sizing chart guide.

Please refer to the product description for more information on the design.

SIZE CHART IN INCHES

SIZES BUST WAIST  HIPS
XS 31-33" 23-25" 32-34"
S 34-36" 26-28" 35-37"
M 37-39" 29-31" 38-40"
L 40-42" 32-34" 41-43"
XL 43-45" 36-38" 45-47"
XXL 46-48" 40-42" 48-50"
XXXL 49-51" 44-46" 51-53"

 

SIZE CHART IN CM

SIZES BUST WAIST HIPS
XS 79-84cm 58-64cm 81-86cm
S 86-91cm 66-71cm 89-94cm
M 94-99cm 74-79cm 96-101cm
L 102-107cm 81-86cm 104-109cm
XL 109-114cm 91-97cm 114-119cm
XXL 117-122cm 102-107cm 122-127cm
XXXL 124-130cm 112-117cm 129-134cm

 

HOW TO MEASURE THE BODY PARTS

  • Bust: To measure your bust, wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest (at nipple level). Be careful to keep the tape measure parallel to the floor and not too tight to allow for breathing room. This is your bust measurement.
  • Waist: Your natural waist is the smallest part of your waist, typically an inch or so above your belly button. Don't suck in your stomach, or you'll get a false measurement. To find your natural waist, bend to one side. The crease that forms is your natural waistline. Wrap the tape measure around this point - it should feel snug but not too tight.
  • Hips: Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips and rear, usually at the level of your hip bones, which you can feel when you put your hands on your hips. Make sure the tape measure is parallel to the floor.

TIPS

  • If your measurements fall between two sizes, consider ordering the larger size for a more comfortable fit
  • Depending on the design you might have to pick one size if you fall in between two. For example, if a design is formfitted at the top and loser at the bottom, consider going for the size of your upper body. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding sizing, please feel free to contact our customer support team for assistance.