As there is no standard sizing guide in Australia most fashion labels use their own garment sizing. Therefore it really is best not to rely on one size but to know your measurements and read the product descriptions. We are always happy to answer size queries, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a generic size chart that is used for our pattern styles. This is a guide only, please read all product descriptions for more information as styles and fabrication will determine fit of garment.
We encourage all women to grab a tape measure and jot down your own measurements.
Jenni's measurements are:
HOW TO MEASURE.
TIP. Ensure you are wearing a well fitting bra and underwear, this can make a difference to how your clothes sit, look and feel.
Measure across the widest part of your back and fullest part of chest, ensure tape is flat and straight. TIP having a friend help can make measuring easier.
Measure where you would normally wear your pants or skirt on the waist, ensure tape is flat and straight. TIP. If you stand straight and bend a little to one side, the crease is usually the waist line.
Stand with heels together and wrap tape measure around hips/bottom at widest part, ensure tape is flat and straight.