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We appreciate that in the past, some of our sizing has been a little inconsistent. So we have listened to your feedback and made our sizes much simpler to understand right across our ranges. Simply use the size charts below to make sure you order the right size for you. If you're still unsure for any reason, just contact us and we will be happy to help.

Women's Size Charts


Bust
Measure around the fullest part of your bust. Run the tape under your arms and straight across your shoulder blades.

Waist
To find your waist, bend to one side and measure where you bend. (That's today's workout sorted!)

Hips
Your hips are about 20cm down from your waist. It's the fullest part that you need to measure.

Inside Leg
Meaure from the top of your inside leg to just below the ankle.

Dress, Coat & Jacket Lengths
These are taken from the collarbone to the hem at the longest point.

Skirt Lengths
These are taken from the waist at the centre back to the hem at the longest point.

Men's Size Charts


Chest
Measure around the fullest part - place the tape close under your arms and make sure it's flat across your back.

Waist
To find your natural waist, bend to one side and measure where you bend. No cheatin' boys or it won't fit!

Inside Leg
Measure from the top of your inside leg to just below the ankle.

Coat and Jacket Lengths
These are taken from the collarbone to the hem at the longest point.
Trousers and Shorts
Shirts, Tees, Jackets and Tops

Shoe Sizing


Calf Circumference
Stand with your feet on a flat surface and measure 290mm from the base of the heel up the leg. The calf measurement should be taken at this point.

Heel Height
Heel heights are taken from centre back of the heel (see diagram) and are only intended as an approximate guideline to assist you in choosing a suitable height of shoe. Stock is standard width fitting unless stated otherwise.