Measure your bust, waist and hips and compare your measurements with our size guides below to help you determine what size will fit you best. Our mannequin is 164cm (64in) tall and a size UK 10/EU 38.
How to measure your:
Click here for a printable version so you can fill in your own measurements.
*All our products are displayed with EU sizing on the product page and have UK and EU sizing on their labels
CLOTHING (DRESS SIZE)
|EU / FR
|EU / FR
*Body measurement = UK dress size and leg length = inches
JEANS & TROUSERS
|UK||EU / FR||DE|
|UK||EU / FR / DE|
|0-3 M||0-3 mois||0-3 Monate||17-23||43 - 68
|3-6 M||3-6 mois||3-6 Monate||23-27||68 - 75|
|6-12 M||6-12 mois||6-12 Monate||27-29||76 - 82|
|12-18 M||12-18 mois||12-18 Monate||29-31||83 - 89|
The method below is called the Formula Fit and is most effective on smaller cup sizes (A-C). As the breast gets fuller, measurements can become more variable.
Measure around your rib cage, just under the breast, using a flexible tape measure. Ensure that the tape is level around the back and hold it firmly but comfortably to achieve the most accurate result. If you correspond your rib cage measurement to our band measurement table below you will get your band size.
|Ribcage (inches)||Ribcage (cms)||Band|
|25 – 26||63 – 65||30|
|27 – 28||68 – 70||32|
|29 – 30||73 – 75||34|
|31 – 32||78 – 80||36|
|33 – 34||83 – 85||38|
|35 – 36||88 – 90||40|
Now measure around the fullest part of your breast - ensuring tape is level at the back. Don't hold it too tightly or your measurement will be small - the tape should sit comfortably around your breats.
Minus your cup measurement from your rib cage measurement. The difference will determine what cup size you are.
Take a look at the following table to determine which bra size you are.
|UK (in)||EU/ FR / DE (in)||EU/ FR / DE (cm)|
*All our products are displayed with EU sizing on the product page and have UK and EU sizing on their labels.
|Bra Conversion Chart|
|UK||EU / DE||FR|
Providing a great selection of key pieces proportioned to fit taller and smaller frames, with our Tall and Petite collections, you won't have to choose fit over style.
|DRESS LENGTH (ABOVE KNEE)||-5cm||0||+5cm|
|DRESS LENGTH (BELOW KNEE)||-7cm||0||+7cm|
|SKIRT LENGTH (PELMET LENGTH)||-2.5cm||0||+2.5cm|
|SKIRT LENGTH (BELOW THE KNEE)||-5cm||0||+5cm|
|BLOUSE/ SHIRT/ TOP LENGTH||-3cm||0||+3cm|
|TROUSER INSIDE LEG (FULL LENGTH)||71cm (28”)||81cm (32”)||91.5cm (35”)|
|SHORTS INSIDE LEG (KNEE LENGTH)||-3cm||0||+4cm|
|LONG SLEEVE LENGTH||-3.5cm||0||+5cm|
|½ / ¾ SLEEVE LENGTH||-2cm||0||+3cm|
|SHORT SLEEVE LENGTH||-1cm||0||+1cm|
|LOW HIP POSITION||-1cm||0||+1cm|
Waistband, Cuff depths and pocket dimensions are all graded proportionally to style
View a complete list of standard wash care symbols to help you care for your clothes.
After a period of time and wear, our shoes will start to look a little tired. Here are some tips to ensure they look as good as new for longer.
SUEDE & NUBUCK
Treat with an appropriate protector before wear. Invest in a suede brush and give them a little attention from time to time to keep the nap raised and looking fresh.
Our trainers and canvas shoes, unless we advise you, aren't made to go in the washing machine.
If they do get dirty, let them dry and remove excess dirt with a brush or cloth.
WHEN IT RAINS
If your shoes ever get wet, resist the temptation of using your hairdryer on them! Stuff them with newspaper and let them dry naturally, away from a direct heat source. This will prevent the leather upper drying out and cracking.
Check the top pieces on your heels regularly just to make sure they aren't wearing through to the heeling material.