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Clothing Measurements and Fit:

Unless stated otherwise, garment measurements were taken with the garment laid flat and doubled to reach the actual measurement. When comparing a garment's measurement to your own, please allow 1-2 inches for breathing room and proper fit. So, your body measurements need to be 1-2 inches smaller than the garment's.

A good way of determining if a garment will fit you is to take an item of clothing of your own that fits you well, lay it flat and measure it. Then compare those measurements to the measurements in the listing. If you have any other questions on fit or measurement, I'm more than happy to advise customers before a purchase.

Common Measurements:

Shoulder: From shoulder seam to shoulder seam on the back of the garment.

Bust: Around the fullest part of the bust.

Waist: Around the natural waist line.

Hip: Around the fullest part of the hip, about 2 in. above crotch level.

Length: For most garments, from the top of the shoulder to the bottom hem. For skirts, from the top of the waistband to the hem. For pants, from the top of the waistband to the bottom hem on the outside of the leg.

Sleeve: From the top of the shoulder seam to the sleeve end on the outside of the arm.

Rise: On pants and jumpsuits/rompers only. From the top of the waistband, down the center front, to the crotch seam.

Inseam: On pants and jumpsuits/rompers only. From the crotch seam on the inside of the leg down to the bottom hem.