Size Guide


Sizing yourself for an online purchase can be a difficult task, we hope that the guide below will make your shopping experience that much simpler. Please keep in mind that vintage clothing was sized very differently than modern day clothing, and that the charts below are estimated guesses to give you an idea of comparison, but it’s always best to go by precise measurements.

How to measure

BUST
Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your bust. Keep tape level across your shoulder blades.

NATURAL WAIST
Measure around the smallest indentation of your waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.

DROP WAIST
Measure around your body approximately 2″ below your natural waist.

HIPS
Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.

INSEAM
Using a pair of your pants that fit well, measure from midline seam (at the crotch) to bottom of leg.
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X S S M A L L M E D I U M L A R G E X L
S I Z E 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16.5
B U S T 32″ 81 34″ 86 35″ 89 36″ 91 37″ 94 38″ 97 39″ 99 41″ 104 42.5″ 108
W A I S T 22″ 56 24″ 61 25″ 64 27″ 69 28″ 71 30″ 76 32″ 81 34″ 86 36.5″ 92
H I P S 35″ 89 36″ 91 37″ 94 38″ 97 39″ 102 40″ 102 41″ 104 43″ 109 44.5″ 113

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SO YOU KNOW
Measurements are taken from seam to seam with the garment laying on a flat surface, and are doubled for your convenience. Please always allow at least one inch in extra fabric for best fit.

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