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We want to assist in making your shopping retreat here an enjoyable one and have provided some tips to assist you in selecting the proper size.

When selecting your size, following the size charts is of utmost importance as our designers all have their own sizing scales and often times will vary from one to another. Even if you normally wear the same size for most of your wardrobe, please do not assume that you will be that size when making your selection. The fabric, fit and cut will all affect how a garment fits you.

To make things easier, we have provided the garment or body measurements for every garment in our catalogue. If an item varies from the size chart, we will note this in the item's description.

Being familiar with your body measurements is very important. Generally, knowing your bust, waist and hip measurements will make selecting the perfect fit easier. To do so, please read the following guidelines.

~ We recommend a loose tape and wearing only undergarments so that your clothing doesn't add extra inches to the numbers. Please wear the bra that you generally wear with most items when measuring your bust.

~ Lay the tape measure flat against your skin. Do not let it droop or pull it tight.

~ Always ensure you are fitting the largest part of your body. If you are fullest in the hips then please pay close attention to the hip measurement in the size charts. We want to ensure you have a comfortable fit. If you fall inbetween sizes, we recommend ordering a size up.

BUST: Place the tape around the fullest part of your bust

WAIST: Place the tape around the narrowest part of your waist. If you do not have a defined waist, place the tape measure around at your belly button.

HIP: Place the tape comfortably around your hip, keeping it flat to the skin. Ensure that you are capturing the measurement at the widest part of your hip so your tops are not too tight across this area.

RISE: This is the distance between the centre of your groin to your waist. This measurement is important in ensuring that your pants are going to comfortably fit and not sit too low. We recommend taking a pair of nicely fitted pants that you wear, lay them flat on a table and measure from the waist band to the bottom of the groin. This is the front rise. Turn the jeans over so the back is facing upward, and repeat. This will give you your back rise.

They say diamonds are a girl's best friend. We believe that a great seamstress is a close second. If your item is a tad too long or too generous in one area, getting your items tailored is an option.

If you would prefer to return for an exchange, please see our generous Return & Exchange Policy.

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