Size and Fit

This size chart helps to match sizes wherever you live.

Size (UK)   6 8 10 12 14 16 18
DUAL   EXTRA SMALL SMALL MEDIUM LARGE

BUST

cm

inch

Up to 82

Up to 33 

83-86

32.5-33.5

87-90

34-35

91-94

35.5-36.5

96-99

37.5-38.5 

101-104

39.5-40.5

 107-110

42.5-43.5 

WAIST

cm

inch

Up to 68

Up to 27

69-72

32.5-33.5

73-76

29-30

77-80

30.5-31.5

82-85

32.5-33.5 

87-90

34.5-35.5

93-96

37.5-38.5

HIPS

cm

inch

Up to 88

Up to 35

89-92

35.5-36.5

93-96

37-38

97-100

38.5-39.5

102-105

40.5-41.5

107-110

42.5-43.5

113-116

45.5-46.5

USA   2 4 6 8 10 12 14
AU/NZ   6 8 10 12 14 16 18
AT/CH/DE/SE   32 34 36 38 40 42 44
BE/ES/FR/NL/PT   34 36 38 40 42 44 46
IT   38 40 42 44 46 48 50
BY/RU   36 38 40 42 44 46 48

A wardrobe of carefully-chosen garments that are cut to fit and flatter will do wonders for your confidence. Our mission is to create clothes that are empowering and feminine, and we believe that dressing well should be simple when you have clothes that make you feel good.

Everything you wear should be comfortable so you can get on with doing what you want to do without distraction. We use lots of stretch fabrics so you can move without restriction, and natural fibres that feel good against your skin. Every style in our collection is thoughtfully designed so it helps you look and feel your best - no irritating seams or superfluous trimmings, just easy-to-wear, flattering styles that will make you walk tall.

Buying clothes that make you feel fabulous isn’t about squeezing into the smallest size possible. It’s about choosing shapes and styles that fit and flatter your body shape and suit your lifestyle, then you will feel good and confident.


We use UK sizing, but as there are no industry-wide standards, you are probably aware that a size 14 from one brand may be a size 10 in another. So, we have provided some guidelines below to help you select garments. On each garment description we also offer advice on the ‘fit’ of the garment - ie if it is a ‘relaxed’ or ‘tailored’ style, so you can make a choice whether to order ‘to size’ or go up or down a size for comfort and aesthetic reasons.  


How to Measure

1. Bust

Measure the fullest part of your bust and around your back.

2. Waist

Measure the slimmest part of your waist.

3. Hip

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

Try and keep your tape measure parallel to the floor to get the most accurate results.

4. Shoulder

Preferably measure across your back from end of one shoulder bone to the other. 

5. Sleeve / Overarm

Measure from the top of your shoulder to your wrist bone.

6. Inner Leg

Measure from the very top of your inside leg at crotch down to ankle bone.

7. Trouser Front Rise

Measure from your natural waist line (centre front) to crotch. 

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