We are slowly making changes to our sizing guide to make it easier for you to get the right fit. From November 2017 all new products put on the site will have the measurements for a size 14 in the product description. It will tell you Bust, Waist, Hips and Length. Please remember that we are measuring these items laid flat on the table and then doubling the measurement. This doesn't take in to account that many items are in stretch fabric that will have some give in it as well. It is not an exact science, and sometimes depending on where we measure it, it will vary, but it will help you to get a good picture of which size you need. We will always put comments in there if it is a regular fit or generous or on the small side.
Most manufacturers have 4-5cm between each size so by measuring a size 14 you can work out your size by adding or subtracting this amount.
We would recommend that you take your favourite garment, that fits you perfectly, and lie it flat on the table. Take the Bust (from underarm to underarm), Waist and Hip measurements and then double it. Use this as a guide when you're looking at our items.We are using Australian suppliers so the size is what you would normally expect to wear.
We've also made our returns and exchange policy very simple so that if something isn't right you are able to return it for a full refund, store credit or exchange.
If you are still unsure please don't hesitate to contact us and we can provide you with detailed measurements of a particular garment if it is not already in the pictures of that garment.
Below is a sizing chart that will also help but bear in mind all suppliers are different.