Women's Sizing Guidelines
For women's jackets, tops, and dresses, we ask for your chest, waist, and hip measurements. For pants and skirts we ask for your hip measurements. For best results, use a flexible tailors measuring tape, and have a friend measure you while standing. If you don't have a tape measure, use a string, then measure that.
To measure your chest, pull the tape measure gently taught (don't pull too tight) around the circumference of your chest right under your armpits, where your chest is at its fullest. Look forward, exhale to your relaxed natural position, and record the measurement.
To measure your waist, pull the tape gently taught around your waist at your belly button. Look forward, exhale to your relaxed natural position, and record the measurement.
To measure your hips, pull the tape measure gently taught around the buttocks at the level of maximum circumference. Look forward, exhale to your relaxed natural position, and record the measurement.
The next step is to apply your measurements to the chart below. Find what range fits you best. For example if your bust is 95cm, a size M (93-98cm) would be a good fit. If your bust is 93cm, a size Small/Medium (88-93cm) would be snug and fitted, and a Medium (93-98) would be a roomier fit. You can apply the above example to waist and hip measurements.
Depending on what your measurements and personal preferences are, use your judgment to choose a more fitted or roomier cut.