Size Guide

Sizing varies a great deal, not only between manufacturers but also between differents styles from the same manufacturer. We try and give you as much information as we can on the product descriptions. If we feel a particular style runs on the tight side, we'll let you know on the listing. You can then use the guide below to get a better idea of what size to choose. If you need any help or advise, just drop us an email at [email protected] or give us a call on +44 (0)121 3202974.
Size Guide



VERY IMPORTANT - How To Take Your Measurements


The following guide explains the basic measurements required when choosing your size. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE SIZE CHARTS ABOVE

You should use a tape measure if you have one or a piece of string or ribbon that will not stretch and a ruler if not. You shouldn't pull the tape too tight or try and suck in your stomach when measuring.

Ladies

  • Bust
Measure over the fullest point of the bust, under the arms and around the widest part of the back.

  • Waist
Measure around the thinnest point of the waist, this may not be where you normally wear skirts and trousers as different garments sit lower or higher depending on the style.

The measurement many people believe to be their waist measurement is in fact the lower waist or upper hip, measured just above the hip bone, this measurement is usually around 5 inches (12.5cm) larger than the true waist. If you are buying trousers or skirts to be worn as hipsters you should use the lower waist measurement

  • Hips
Measure around the fullest part of the buttocks, not around the top of the hip bone.


Men

  • Chest
Measure around the fullest part of the chest, under the arms and around the widest part of the back.

  • Waist
Measure around the thinnest point of the waist, this may not be where you normally wear trousers as different garments sit lower or higher depending on the style.

The measurement many people believe to be their waist measurment is in fact the upper hip, measured just above the hip bone, this measurement is usually around 5 inches (12.5cm) larger than the true waist. If you are buying trousers to be worn low you should use this measurement

Shoe Sizes Guide

Please note the charts above are only a guide and sizing can vary slightly between manufacturers, styles and products.
 

Click here for more size charts, including ring size conversion

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