Size Guide

When taking your measurements, please make sure to keep a natural, relaxed posture. The tape measure should be kept somewhat loose, and not pulled so that it squeezes your body. If you have any questions about fit, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The bust measurement should be taken at the fullest part of the bust; the waist at the smallest part of the waist (if you bend to the side, there is a crease where your natural waist should be); and the hip at the fullest area of your hip, usually 8-9" below the belly button.

The bust measurement should be taken at the fullest part of the bust; the waist at the smallest part of the waist (if you bend to the side, there is a crease where your natural waist should be); and the hip at the fullest area of your hip, usually 8-9" below the belly button.

To find the right fit, start with height. Most of the change in children's clothing happens in the length. The chest measurement should be taken under the arms and around the bust line; the waist measurement is at the natural waist (to find the natural waist, ask your child to bend to the side - the crease is where her natural waist should be); and the hip measurement should be taken at the fullest part of the hip.

To find the right fit, start with height. Most of the change in children's clothing happens in the length. The chest measurement should be taken under the arms and around the bust line; the waist measurement is at the natural waist (to find the natural waist, ask your child to bend to the side - the crease is where her natural waist should be); and the hip measurement should be taken at the fullest part of the hip.