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We pride ourselves in offering a wide array of product types and size runs in order to be inclusive to the widest array of body types. Ultimately sizing can be a very subjective thing and for that reason it's important that the sizing instructions are followed carefully. 

When in doubt always order a size up. 

Fabric can be hard to measure so it makes it very easy to skew the results of your measurement comparisons.

Please ensure that the garment is completely flat with no wrinkles and be generous with your measurements.

Not all fabrics stretch equally. We make products from a multitude of fabric types that range from high stretch to mild/limited stretch. Please keep this in mind when using a comparison garment. If you are using a high stretch garment as your comparison be sure to factor this into your measurement. This will impact your end results.

How to Measure Tops

The most effective way to measure and ensure a great fit is to take a shirt you already own and lay it flat. Measure the flat shirt from below the armpit for the Chest measurement. Measure from the top of the shoulder to the bottom hem to get the Length measurement. Compare those measurements against those listed in the chart. Remember that it is hard to measure fabric so account for some error and be conservative. 

Unsure which size to order or between sizes? Be safe and order a size up!

How to Measure Bottoms

The most effective way to measure and ensure a great fit is to take a pair of pants you already have that fit you well and lay them flat on the floor. Carefully measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom leg. This is your INSEAM. The HIP measurement is the widest part around your hips. Measure the fullest part of your hip. The WAIST is located above your belly button and below the rib cage. Wrap a tape measure around like you are wearing a belt.