Apple, pear, banana, hourglass. We humans come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, making the job of finding the right fit a mix of art and science.
First, take a moment to measure yourself and consult our size chart. That’s the science part.
Now for the art. Do you like your clothes loose or close fitting? If you fall between sizes, go one size larger or smaller depending on how you like your clothes to fit. When in doubt, it’s probably a good idea to go larger.
You could also reference our fine friends modeling the clothing in our Outfit Look view. She is 5’7” tall and measures 25” at her waist and 32”at her hips. Her bust is 32B. She is wearing size small in all pictures. He is 6’ tall and measures 31” at the waist and 30” as the inseam. For shirts, he wears a 15”/33”. He is wearing a size medium in all pictures.
Measure under arms around the fullest part of the bust. Be sure to keep tape level across back and comfortably loose.
Measure under arms below the bust. The difference between this measurement and your chest measurement is your cup size.
Under 1 inch – AA Cup
1 inch – A Cup
2 inches – B Cup
3 inches – C Cup
4 inches – D Cup
Measure around natural waist with a measuring tape.
This sizing chart is approximate.