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Measuring guide

If you go into town to buy clothes, you have probably noticed that there are significant differences in the sizes of the clothes you are trying on. An XL is not just an XL which fits all, there is a difference between whether it is small or large in size. The same applies when you buy clothes online, because the clothes are produced by different firms which do not agree on sizes. Therefore, we have chosen to write the measures of all the clothes we have in our shop, to make it as easy as possible for you as a customer to choose the right size. There's nothing worse than needing to return the clothes because its not fitting.

The measures for each product is the actual approximately measures of the product. This means that if you for example are measuring 120 cm on the hips, and the product measures 120 cm, it is too small. You need at least 4-6 cm to be comfortable. Some prefer a little more, depending on how big they are and what they are used to. If the measure is plus strech, i.e. hip (+ stretch) the same is true. So if the measures of the trousers is 120 cm, and we write + stretch 8 cm, then the measures of the trousers aroung the hip is actually 128 cm.

Following are some measuring tips to help you order the correct size. If you need more information, don't hesitate to contact us. It will be our pleasure to help you.

Bust - Directly underarm. Place tape measure around the fullest part of your bust and across your shoulder blades.

Waist - To find your natural waist, put your hands just above your hips in line with your belly button, measure this level.

Hip - Your hip measurement will be 20cm below waist measurement, place tape measure around this level.

Inside Leg - Measure from the top of the inside leg to just below the ankle.