Sizing Guide

Note: Our sizing references are based on standard US sizing

Not all clothing is created equal, where one product with a medium tag size might fit you just right, another similar product with the same tag size but from a different manufacturer could be too small or even too big.

The majority of our products will include how the sizing runs for that specific product in the description, such as: "True to size," "Runs small, please refer to product measurements," or "Runs big, please refer to product measurements."

You will also find most products also include a size guide giving you the measurements for each tag size, this can be either product measurement or size measurement.

Product measurements are the measurement of the actual product itself, it's important to consider the fit because of course more oversized and relaxed items will typically be several inches larger than your size measurements.


Size (in) Bust Waist Sleeve Length
S 38 28 15 34
M 40 30 16 35
L 42 31 16 36
XL 45 35 17 37

Size measurements are the measurements of the person that each size will fit.


Size (in) US Bust Waist
S 4-6 32.5 - 34.5 24.5 - 26.5
M 8-10 35 - 37 27 - 29
L 12-14 37.5 - 39.5 29.5 - 32.5

Fit Types

Many products will also include a product's fit in the description or sizing guide.

Slim fit

A slim-fit clothing item is one that is fitted to your body with very little to no excess fabric. These items are always highly stretchy and form-hugging.

Regular fit

These are items that fit closer to the body but are not tight. Meant to be slightly loose around the body.

Relaxed fit

Items that are significantly larger than a regular fit, usually offer an extra 2" to 4” than standard chest/bust size. These clothes are loose-fitting.

Oversized fit

For items that are meant to appear too large but still put together and flattering. Super slouchy, voluminous, and less structured. An item designed with an oversized fit is still true to size because it is meant to be oversized. This allows flexibility to size down 1 or 2 sizes for a more fitted look.

See below on how to correctly measure for your size.

measure guide - bust, waist hips


Measure at the fullest part of your bust,
wrap the tape around under your armpits, around your shoulder blades, and back to the front.


Wrap the tape around your natural waistline (the narrowest part of your waist),
located above your belly button and below your rib cage.


Stand with your hips together and measure the fullest part of your hips, be sure to go over the largest part of your buttocks.

If you need any help deciding your size, please feel free to Contact Us