How To Measure Yourself
Please follow these guidelines to find the fit that works best. To figure out your measurements, have another person assist you.
Use a fabric tape measure and be sure to wear minimal clothing.
- Measure around the fullest part of your bust, making sure that the measuring tape is evenly horizontal all the way around.
- Natural Waist
- Measure around the smallest part of your waist (between your bottom ribs and your hip bones), making sure that the measuring tape is evenly horizontal all the way around.
- Measure around the widest part of your hips (including the buttocks), making sure that the measuring tape is evenly horizontal all the way around.
- Measure from the point where your crotch meets the top of your inner leg, down to the specified pant length. Inseam measurements vary by style, so be sure to note them in the item's description.
Women’s Shirts, Sweaters & Jackets
|Size||Chest (in.)||Natural Waist (in.)||Hip (in.)|
Women’s Trousers & Denim
|Size||Denim Size||Numeric Size||Natural Waist (in.)||Hip (in.)|
For letter sizes — use the waist and hip measurement as a guide to help pick the right size. If you find you are between sizes, think about what activites you would be doing and order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit. If your waist and hip measurements correspond to two different sizes, order to fit your hip measurement.
For number sizes — Use your waist as a guide. Our trousers should fit like your regular number sized pants, if you're a 32 in other brands you should be a 32 in our pants.
Women's Sock Sizes
|Sock Size||Women’s Shoe Size||Calf Circumference (in.)
(measure at widest point of calf while standing)