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When buying fashion online it's important to choose the right size, so we recommend double checking your measurements and referring to the charts below. Size and fit can vary from brand-to-brand so the charts should be used as general guides only.

Womenswear Size Guide



Measuring tips

How to measure yourself

First of all, it's best to stand barefoot in your underwear. For best results take your measurements a few times or get someone else to measure you.

Bust
Place the measuring tape around your body over the fullest part of your bust, making sure the tape is sitting well under your arms and spans your shoulder blades. The tape should be taut but not too tight. .

Waist
Measure around the slimmest part of your natural waistline - generally the point where your body creases when you bend slightly forwards or where you find it most comfortable to wear your waistbands. Take care not to hold the tape too loose or too tight.

Hips
Standing with your feet together, measure around your hips at the widest point - usually over your bottom or at the top of your thighs - and approximately 20cm (8in) below your natural waistline.

Inside leg
Measure from the top of your inside leg at the crotch to where your trousers normally end.

Note:
Jackets and coats
Because these are normally worn over other clothing, you should be more generous with the sizing.

Lengths
Garment lengths can differ from style-to-style, so for trousers, dresses and skirts, refer to the individual product description. These lengths are approximate.


Size chart

Our chart is designed to be a general guide only, and if you find you're not a precise match, it's always best to go up a size. Bear in mind that different brands might fit you differently, depending on style and cut.

 

  S M L
Size 8 10 12 14 16 18
Bust cm/in 80/31 85/33.5 90/35 95/37 100/39 106/42
Waist cm/in 62/24 67/26 72/28 77/30 82/32 88/35
Hips cm/in 87.5/34 92.5/36 97.5/38 102.5/40 107.5/42 113.5/45

Menswear Size Guide



Measuring tips

How to measure yourself

First of all, it's best to stand barefoot in your underwear. For best results take your measurements a few times or get someone else to measure you.

Collar
Measure around the base of your neck where your collar would normally sit, being careful not to pull the tape too tight.

Chest
Measure around your chest at its broadest and fullest part, avoiding placing the tape too high under your arms.

Waist
Measure around your natural waistline, at the point your waistband or belt usually sits.

Inside leg
Measure from the top of your inside leg at the crotch to where your trousers normally end.

Jacket length
Measure from the centre of your back to the hemline.

Jackets and coats
Note: Because these are normally worn over other clothing, you should be more generous with the sizing.

Lengths
Garment lengths can differ from style-to-style, so for trousers, refer to the individual product description. These lengths are approximate.


Casualwear size chart

 

Size S M L XL
Chest cm/in 92-97/36-38 99-104/39-41 107-112/42-44 115-120/45-47
Waist cm/in 77-82/30-32 84-89/33-35 92-97/36-38 99-105/39-41

 

Formal shirts size chart

 

Collar inches 14.5 15 15.5 16 16.5 17 17.5
  37 38 39 41 42 43 44
Chest cm/in   91/36 96/38 101/40 106/42 111/44 116/46 121/48

Lingerie Size Guide



Measuring yourself for a bra

Example of how to take measurements for a bra.

A bra size has two measurements; the underbust (bra size) and the cup size

  • To find your size, measure around your chest, just under the bust, ensuring the tape measure is level around the body (a mirror will help) and pulled snugly. This measurement corresponds to your underbust size
  • For your cup size, measure around the fullest part of your bust and then use the table below to check your size
  • All bras sizes are approximate and can vary between brands
  • Please note that the size guide below is not the same for all brands , brands do tend to vary in their sizing.

Bra size chart

 

Size 63-67cm/30" 68-72cm/32" 73-77cm/34" 78-82cm/36" 83-87cm/38" 88-92/40" 93-97cm/42" 98-102cm/44"
Cup size (cm)
A 76-80 82-84 86-89 92-94 97-98 102-104 109-112 114-117
B   84-86 89-91 94-96 98-101 104-106 112-114 117-119
C   86-88 91-93 96-98 101-103 106-108 114-117 119-122
D   88-90 93-95 98-100 103-106 108-110 117-118 122-124
DD     95-99 100-102 106-108   110-112    

 

Briefs size chart

 

Brief size Small Medium Large
To fit size 8/10 12/14 16/18

















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