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    Body measurements vary widely; people with the same measurements can fit garments differently. By comparing garment measurements to your favourite items or your own measurements, you can find the size that best fits your needs.

    These measurements indicate that we measure from one seam to another on just one side of the garment when laid flat, rather than right around the garment.

    Some of our bottoms feature an elastic waistband. This measurement requires you to stretch the elastic to gain the measurement at its widest point.

    That's the beauty of it. With the garment laid flat on an even solid surface, you can use any form of measuring like a ruler or the measuring tape in your toolkit!

    If you prefer using body measurements, you can still do so. Measure your body in the same spots as indicated on our guide images and compare it to our size charts.

    However, please note that this method has more room for error.


    Each measurement is with the garment laid flat on a solid even surface.

    ½ Chest: Measure from the bottom of the armholes, straight across the garment from side to side.

    Shoulder width: Measure at the highest point of the armhole, straight across from seam to seam.

    Back Length: Measure from the centre back neck seam straight down to the bottom edge of the garment.

    ½ Waist: Measure from side to side at the waistband.

    Inseam: Measure from the crotch point, following the seam down to the hem edge.

    ½ Hem: Measure straight across the garment from edge to edge at the bottom (for garments with slits – measure above the slits).

    ½ Hips: Measure from side to side at the widest point.