Sizing Guide

1.How do I find the size chart? 

Simply click the 'Size Chart' tab on each product page to see the dimensions in centimeters and inches, as well as how to measure to ensure a perfect fit. 

2.What are some of the most prevalent sizing errors? 

1) Choosing a size only based on your height or weight is insufficient; both must be right. 
2) Simply select the size that you are most comfortable with. Please keep in mind that there are thousands of clothes companies. There may be minor differences in size standards owing to different measurement methods. Both procedures can result in ill-fitting clothing. 

3.How do I choose the appropriate size? 

1) Take accurate measurements of your physique.  
2) Clothing sizes are, on average, somewhat bigger than real human body sizes. 

When purchasing apparel for ladies, the bust size should be 2-4 inches greater than the real body size. 

Similarly, men's apparel should have a bust size that is 4-6 inches larger than their body size, and a waist size that is 0.8 to 1.6 inches larger than their body size. 

The size disparity for winter jackets should be slightly bigger than the above-mentioned figures.
 (The preceding information is provided as a guide only; particular variances may exist depending for your own preferences, seasonal style, and garment materials.)

3) You can measure the breast, waist, hips, and other parts of your body in the most comfortable clothes you regularly wear, and compare the results to the size chart. Simply choose the size that is closest to you.
How to measure
To choose the correct size for you, measure your body as follows:

Measure around the fullest part of the bust 
Measure around the waist at the narrowest point 
Stand with the hills together and measure the fullest part of the hips 

    Always hold the measuring tape loosely to ensure you get the right result.
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