★ Sizing Information - Women 

All of our items generally are the same fit as standard US sizes. Still, it's best to use the size guid in each of our listings to determine the best fit, as each of our designs can fit slightly differently and this is reflected in each size guide in each listing. 

We make all our order custom, after you order. So this means we can adjust the length and fit of everything if you don't fit perfectly into a standard size. If your measurements span two different sizes, just let us know and we will customize the fit for you.

 

★ How to Measure - Women 

Firstly, make sure to use a soft measuring tape that gently wraps around your body (these are so good to have handy, but if you need one they are a few dollars at your local sewing store or you can order one online easily). Secondly, make sure to stand up straight, and get a measurement while you're at rest, not breathing in or out really, but just somewhere comfortable in the middle. 

✦ Bust: Around your bust at the widest point (not bra size, your bra size measurement is a very different thing and giving us that instead can lead to wrong fit)

✦ Waist: Smallest point around your waist. This is where high rise pants would sit.

✦ Upper Hip: Around your torso at the top of your hip bone, usually about 2" below your bellybutton. This is where low rise pants would sit.

✦Lower Hip: Around your hips and rear at the widest point

✦ Inseam: From crotch to floor, down the inside of your leg, *while* you are wearing the shoes you want to wear with this garment

   *Note: the inseam measurement is the most accurate if you can have someone else take it for you while you're standing up straight. If you bend down to take the measurement, it skews the number. So in the event someone is not around to help, you can just give us your height and the height of the shoes you want to wear with your pants and we can estimate the length for you. 

We also have a few pieces that use these more rare measurements:

❖ Under-Bust: Around your rib cage, just under the breasts

❖ Mid Thigh: Around your thigh, about 4" above the top of your knee cap

❖ Knee: Around your leg, one inch above the top of your kneecap

❖ Knee inseam: From the point one inch above your knee cap, to the floor, while you are wearing the shoes you want to wear with this garment, also please measure down the inside of your leg.

❖ Sleeve Length: From the crease in your armpit to the point on your wrist or hand that you want the end of your sleeve to be. 

 

★ Questions 

 As always, if you have any questions about sizing, please send us a message. We would love to help you choose a size or get you a custom fit <3  

 

 

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★ Sizing Information - Men 

All of our items generally are the same fit width wise as standard US sizes. However, we do the height and length of every piece by height. This way, you can choose a width size and a height size and get a custom fit, rather than having to choose one and forgo the other. It's best to use the size guid in each of our listings to determine the best fit, as each of our designs can fit slightly differently and this is reflected in each size guide in each listing. 

We make all our orders custom, after you order. So this means we can adjust the length and fit of everything if you don't fit perfectly into a standard size. If your width measurements span two different sizes, just let us know and we will customize the fit for you in addition to the length. 

 

★ How to Measure - Men 

Firstly, make sure to use a soft measuring tape that gently wraps around your body (these are so good to have handy, but if you need one they are a few dollars at your local sewing store or you can order one online easily). Secondly, make sure to stand up straight, and get a measurement while you're at rest, not breathing in or out really, but just somewhere comfortable in the middle. 

✦ Chest: Around your chest at the widest point

✦ Waist: Smallest point around your waist, close to the navel

✦ Upper Hip: Around your torso at the top of your hip bone, usually about 2" below your bellybutton. This is where low rise pants usually sit.

✦Lower Hip: Around your hips and rear at the widest point

✦ Inseam: From crotch to floor, down the inside of your leg, *while* you are wearing the shoes you want to wear with this garment

   *Note: the inseam measurement is the most accurate if you can have someone else take it for you while you're standing up straight. If you bend down to take the measurement, it skews the number. So in the event someone is not around to help, you can just give us your height and the height of the shoes you want to wear with your pants and we can estimate the length for you. 

*Another Note: inseam above is for long pants that cover your shoes. If buying calf length pants or shorts, we will ask for your height instead. 

 

We also have a few pieces that use these more rare measurements:

❖ Bicep: around your bicep at the widest point. This one is especially useful if you are a body builder and want to ensure the sleeve will be wide enough for you.

❖ Sleeve Length: From the crease in your armpit to the point on your wrist or hand that you want the end of your sleeve to be. 

 

★ Questions 

 As always, if you have any questions about sizing, please send us a message. We would love to help you choose a size or get you a custom fit <3