Since we purchase all our items from different vendors EVERYTHING FITS DIFFERENT. This is just a guide to help you with the average fit of our product. If you are unsure about an item please feel free to contact us via social media or email and we will be more than happy to help you.
Typically we sell juniors sizing. We do have some plus sizes as well.
General Juniors Sizing Guide:
SHOULDER TO SHOULDER: Measuring the width of your shoulders can help you determine your body shape. Wider shoulders may signify an Inverted Triangle body shape, while narrow shoulders might make you a Diamond or Pear shape. You may also be able to find a better fit for your t-shirts and shirts if you know your shoulder width. Simply measure the points on your shoulders that sit above your armpits and measure end to end with a straight tape measure. To measure for dress length run the tape measure from the end of your shoulder to where the hem will sit.
BUST: Measure around the fullest part of your bust. This is a key measure for tops and dresses. It’s important not to tighten the measuring tape too much, and to make sure it sits horizontally across your body.
WAIST: Measure around the natural waistline – the narrowest part of your waist – keeping the tape comfortably loose. This is an important measurement for high-waist skirts and fitted tops. The size of your waist, hips and bust may give you an idea of your body shape. An Hourglass body shape for instance, will have a small waist and bigger bust and hips.
HIPS: Measure around the fullest part of the hips. This is different for everyone; if you are unsure, take several measurements in this region and use the biggest measurement. This measurement is important for trousers, jeans, fitted skirts, and dresses.
INSIDE LEG: Run the tape measure from the top of the inside leg down to the ankle bone to determine the length of your legs.
RISE: To determine the rise on a pair of jeans, measure the distance from the crotch following the front seam to the button at the waist.