All our clothing is designed to fit at the natural waist, and to fit a size C cup. There is a little bit of ease built into each garment, so if you fall between sizes, size down for a snugger fit, and size up for a looser fit.  Need help figuring out your size? Grab a measuring tape and a friend, and follow these photo instructions to ensure a proper fit. 

All our clothing is designed to fit at the natural waist, and to fit a size C cup. There is a little bit of ease built into each garment, so if you fall between sizes, size down for a snugger fit, and size up for a looser fit.

Need help figuring out your size? Grab a measuring tape and a friend, and follow these photo instructions to ensure a proper fit. 

 Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your bust.

Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your bust.

 Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your torso.

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your torso.

 Hip: Standing with feet together measure around the fullest part of your hips and rear.

Hip: Standing with feet together measure around the fullest part of your hips and rear.

 Bicep: Measure around the fullest part of your bicep.

Bicep: Measure around the fullest part of your bicep.

 Torso: Tie a string around your waist (the smallest part of your torso) and measure from the most prominent vertebrae at the base of your neck down to the string. You can find that vertebrae by tilting your head down and feel for the most prominent bone. Tilt your head back to it's neutral position to take the measurement. 

Torso: Tie a string around your waist (the smallest part of your torso) and measure from the most prominent vertebrae at the base of your neck down to the string. You can find that vertebrae by tilting your head down and feel for the most prominent bone. Tilt your head back to it's neutral position to take the measurement. 

 Skirt: Tie a string around your waist (the smallest part of your torso) and measure from that point down. *This measurement on the size chart is the actual length of the skirt and will show you where the hemline will fall.  

Skirt: Tie a string around your waist (the smallest part of your torso) and measure from that point down. *This measurement on the size chart is the actual length of the skirt and will show you where the hemline will fall.