To help you find the perfect fit in each and every one of our items, we provide a size chart on the product page. These size charts are not taken from the manufacturer, we measure every item that comes in ourselves. The size charts reflect the measurements taken from the garments themselves, not what body size we think they may fit.
If you aren’t sure what your measurements are or simply want some fit advice, look in the product description. At the bottom of the product description, we provide some fit advice based on our own experience with the garment. If a pair of stockings only work for women with shorter legs, a pair of knickers runs big, or a bra works best with shallow breasts, we’ll let you know!
See a model that looks similar in size to you? We include information about the models pictured right on the product page! Click on the model tab and find out the models measurements and what size they are wearing. Please note, we cannot possibly cover every size, so many of our models are wearing products that do not fit them perfectly. We do however, note when a model is in an improperly fitted garment.
How and Where to Measure Yourself
Take a look at the following chart to see where to take your measurements. Use a soft measuring tape and remember to hold it firmly. Do not pull so tightly on the tape that your movement is restricted. Always keep the tape parallel.