Size and fit
Please spend a few moments looking at our size charts to make sure that you order the size that is best for you. We recommend that you measure yourself before consulting the size chart and refer to any notes on the product page for extra fit information. We do all we can to make sure that all the sizing information we provide is accurate, however due to the nature of certain fabrics there may be tiny variations. We quality control all our garments before they are dispatched to make sure any variations fall within an acceptable margin. Garments may shrink but should stretch back to shape after wear. Please refer to the care label inside the garment to avoid excessive shrinking or damage.
Knowing your size
Getting an accurate measurement can be difficult, but we recommend that you measure yourself with a tape measure, barefoot and in underwear. It is likely that asking someone else to measure you will obtain more accurate results. Take your measurements a few times to allow for errors. Be sure to not hold the tape measure too tight or too loose.
You should measure the broadest part of your chest.
With arms at your sides, measure under your armpits and around your chest and shoulder blades.
You should measure around your body at your narrowest point on waist. A good rule of thumb is to measure your waist 41cm down from the side of your neck.
You should measure from the top of the arm at the shoulder point to the wrist with your elbow bent.
You should measure from the top of your inside leg at the crotch to the ankle bone
This is the measurement from armhole to armhole
This is the measurement of the waistband
This is the measurement from shoulder to hem
This is the measurement from shoulder to shoulder
This is the measurement from shoulder point to cuff edge
For raglan sleeves this measurement is taken from the neck point to cuff edge
This is the circumference of the neck hole
WOMEN SIZE CHART
MENS SIZE CHART