Feel comfortable and look amazing with the right fit!
Please note that this is a guide only. If you aren’t satisfied with your purchase, you can return it in accordance with our returns policy.
We offer a variety of sizing ranges to best meet your needs. These include Petite, Regular, and Tall options available in either numerical or alphabetical sizes.
Our knit styles, which are usually viscose or polyester blends with elastane, are typically assigned a size range of XXS-XL. This is due to their stretch and more flexible fit. We also offer a selection of styles in smaller size ranges, such as S, M & L. These styles have a generous fit and are made in fewer sizes due to their oversized nature.
Many of our styles feature a size range of 12-24. This is typically assigned to woven designs, such as cotton, linen and polyester blend products, which generally offer less stretch than knit styles.
We offer a selection of Petite Plus styles for women 5’2” (158cm) and under. These styles are marked by a 'P' in the sizes.
Designed to fit and flatter smaller frames, our Petite Plus styles are perfectly proportioned with narrowed shoulders, reduced lengths, shorter sleeves and smaller armholes. They are designed to fit the same bust, waist and hip measurement as our Regular sizes.
We offer a selection of Tall Plus styles for women 5’9” (175cm) and over. These styles are marked by a 'T' in the sizes and generally suit heights up to 6’1” (185cm).
Our Tall Plus range features classic styles and fashionable designs perfectly proportioned with longer lengths, higher rises and extended sleeves. They are designed to fit the same bust, waist and hip measurement as our Regular sizes.
Keeping the tape level, measure around the fullest part of your bust.
Measure your natural waistline, which sits in between your rib cage and hips. Remember to keep the tape comfortably loose.
Stand tall with your feet shoulder-width apart and your arms by your side. Measure your hips at the point where your wrist falls against your leg (this should be at their widest point).
Tips for measuring
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