Finding Your Size
Your size will vary depending on the style and fabric of each garment.
Some items are loose and oversized, while others are tight and fitted.
Different fabrics will make clothes fit differently too. A lightweight denim pant will stretch and drape differently to a mid-weight corduroy pant.
It is best to check the Sizing & Fit Guide for each garment to determine your size.
From our Spring/Summer 2022 collection onwards, we moved from numerical to alphabetical sizing to make things easier for our customers to understand.
The equivalent sizes are:
00 = XS
0 = S
1 = M
2 = L
Reading The Sizing & Fit Guide
Every product will have a tab labelled "Sizing & Fit". Open this tab, and you will find detailed information on the fit of the garment (whether it is fitted, true to size, or oversized), as well as its measurements.
If a model is wearing the garment, we will also include their height and what size they are wearing.
You can use this information to determine your size in that garment.
You can use a tape measure to measure your body, and then compare that to the measurement chart for each garment.
You can also measure a garment in your closet that fits well and is a similar style. For example, if your favourite dress at home has a bust of 110cm, you can look for dresses on our website with a similar bust measurement.
Of course! Our customer service team is here to expertly help you find your best fit and size. You can contact them at email@example.com or call on 0403 230 536 between 9:30-5:30 Monday-Friday.
You can visit our flagship store at 261 Brunswick St, Fitzroy to touch, feel, and try things on in real life. If you cannot get to Fitzroy, we also have 80+ stockists around Australia and New Zealand. You can find your nearest stockist here.
We completely understand that sometimes you order things and they are not quite right! In this case, we are happy to offer you an exchange for another size or style. Alternatively we can issue you a store credit to spend at a later time, either in store or online.