BECAUSE THERE IS NOTHING STANDARD WHEN IT COMES TO BODIES...
We use our own sizing convention for our non-denim apparel — of 00,0, 1, 2, 3, 4,5,6 — which corresponds to extra extra small, extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large, extra extra large and extra extra extra large and allows us flexibility when developing the fit of a garment.
For our less flexible denim styles, we use a waist measurement based sizing scale spanning 25 - 45, corresponding to waist measurements in inches.
We acknowledge that sizing is inherently tricky; both necessary and often unfair to many body types.
Our aim is to provide clear information about garment measurements and their respective sizes. Rather than expecting our customers to always order the same size across our garment spectrum, we encourage you to size up and down depending on how you want to feel and how you want a garment to fit.
We include a chart of measurements for each garment we design on every product page.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BODY
We strive for inclusivity and try to design our garments so that they fit a range of bodies. We encourage your questions, thoughts, and feedback on sizing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTES ON FIT
We strive for consistency in fit, but you may encounter variations in certain styles *even when the size and fabrics are the same.* There are a number of reasons for this.
We occasionally modify our patterns from season to season to correct or improve the fit and function of a garment. We washed or dyed a garment and it shrunk up slightly more than its similar counterparts. Fabrics are woven or processed slightly differently, which makes them stretch or drape in unique ways. Different factories sometimes use different sewing methods or machinery that can use more or less seam allowance, making the garment slightly bigger or smaller.
All of this is to say, don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions about fit, fabrics, and sizing — email@example.com.