measuring tips:

please observe that the size guides are to help you find your size, but sizes may however differ notably between different manufacturing.

take your measurements wearing underwear, rather than over your clothes.  stand up straight, hold the tape measure around your body, but do not pull tightly.  have someone help you measure or stand in front of the mirror.

women should measure the bust around the fullest part, the waist around the natural waistline, and the hips 20cm down from the natural waistline

difference from standard sizes for petite uk sizes 8-22:

  • shoulder width reduced by 1 cm

  • full sleeve length reduced by 4 cm

  • waist position raised by 4 cm

  • front rise reduced by 1cm

  • back rise reduced by 1cm

  • inside leg for both jeans is 73.5cm and trousers is 71cm

difference from standard sizes for tall uk sizes 4-18:

  • shoulder width increased by 1 cm

  • full sleeve length increased by 4 cm

  • waist position lowered by 3 cm

  • front rise increased by 1cm

  • back rise increased by 1cm

  • inside leg for both jeans and trousers is 91.5cm

difference from standard sizes for maternity uk sizes 6-22:

  • clothes are cut normal size but with room to fit the bump as it grows

  • bottoms have an adjustable and extendable buttonhole elastic tab

  • stretchy material i.e. jersey with adjustors is used where possible

  • tops are longline with ruching to ensure a snug but comfortable fit

  • some clothes have side ties for an improved fit