Every label is different and you will find that we all have varying charts depending on many different things.
Including target market, the person running the tech team, current fit model and garment style.
There are no Australian or even global standardised size charts as we all believe ours is the right one.
You can imagine trying to get a room full of designers and garment techs to agree?!
HOT TIP - Forget the little number on the tag and focus on what will work best for you.
Measure yourself in the 3 main areas; Bust, waist, Hips
If you don't have a measuring tape, use a bit of string or a belt, wrap it around you
Measure against a ruler or building measuring tape to get the measurement.
Look at the size guide and work out where you are sitting on the chart (see example below)
From here each style size selection will vary depending on the design.
Every style is different and your size selection will depend on the design.
Here are a few examples to get you started...
The tube skirt lining in Stella gives additional coverage on your hips as well.
The top has been designed to be very fitted to balance out the volume in the skirt.
The Rosie dress is a core classic due to the easy structure and shape.
The tucks under the bust work on a petite frame but also allow space for a fuller bust.
Biker Jacket | Sizes 8-18 | $199
Bessie skirt | Sizes 8-18 | $159
When it comes to separates, your size selection will always be based on one point.
The Biker Jacket has an open front so a larger waist will not be noticed in this shape.
The Bessie skirt with luxe ponti back will also shape to a thicker waist.
These are just a starting point of where to get started but we are all individually unique with our shape.
If you're not sure what might suit you we are just a phone call away and happy to help..
If you're based in Gold Coast or coming to visit the area, our doors are open,
simply call to arrange a time to pop in.
(07) 5535 7763
Enjoy the rest of your week!