In general, our clothing is slightly oversized because the products are gender-neutral (male/female/diverse). Clothing for children has also been developed in an oversized look.
That's why it's best to use examples and measurement charts to find out which size is the right size for you.
There is a description for each products of how tall the model is and what size the model wears.
Please also take a close look at the description of the Model sizes and measurement tables on the particular product pages for each individual product and take your own measurements if necessary.
HOW TO MEASURE
Tops and Dresses
Length: At the front of your neck measure downwards from the hollow between your collarbones (also called the saltcellar).
Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist.
Hip: Measure around the thickest part of your hips.
Length: With the tape measure you can measure along the side. Start at waist point or hip point, depending on how the product is described (e.g. hip pants, waist skirt etc.).
Waist: You can use a tape measure to measure around your hips and check the fit. (With elastic materials, the fabric will still stretch, so don't be frightened if it looks very tight at first).
Hem width: This is the circumference of a trouser leg at the hem of the trousers. You can use a tape measure to hold this measurement around one of your legs and check it. For skirts and dresses it is the complete hem circumference.