Apparel and Shoe Size Guide


Shopping online shouldn't be a gamble! That's why our fashion stylists have compiled measurements for every garment we carry - and do our best to make your shopping experience worry; and as foxxy and fabulous as possible!

How Do I Know If An Item Will Fit Me?

Every garment sold is specifically measured for your bust, waist, and hip fit, perfectly. These dimensions are provided on all product pages and can be located in the "Measurements" section of each page. Dimensions given are in inches and taken flat across the garment. The listed measurements do not include any stretch the item might have, nor do they correspond directly with the item's circumference. While it may seem unconventional to provide each item's specific measurements, it's actually the most accurate way for you to determine fit while shopping online. *Perfect Tip*, choose a garment that is similar to what you want to purchase and you already own. Lay this item flat and measure across the front. Then, compare your measurement with your desired garment's "Measurements" chart. *Please note* that measuring your garment on your body directly may provide misleading measurements and it's best to lay it on a flat surface instead

Outerwear Ease Of Fit And Comfort

When looking to purchase outerwear, we recommend that you allow for at least one inch of ease at the bust. For example, if the flat measurement across the bust of a well-fitting top is 17 inches, you should order a coat with a flat bust measurement of at least 18 inches. The extra inch will allow room for seam thickness, as well as ease of movement. As always, the best method of ensuring proper fit is to measure a garment that already fits you well. Ideally, the garment will be similar in thickness and shape to the piece you are interested in purchasing. You may realize you prefer no ease at all - or two inches instead of one - it all depends on your particular style!



To determine an accurate bust measurement, lay your measuring tool flat across the garment's front, just under the arms.


Measure the widest part of a skirt or pants, below the waistband, to determine fit. When measuring a skirt, it's best to use a garment that is fitted and not free-flowing.


The inseam is a measurement for pants that refers to the length from the crotch to the bottom of the pant leg.


Length To obtain the length of a top or dress, measure from the top of the shoulder to the bottom of the garment. For pants and skirts, this is the measurement from the waist to the bottom hem.


Our measurement chart provides the garment's natural waist dimension - this is the thinnest part of your mid-section. For a dress' waist measurement, find the thinnest part of the garment (the waistband) and measure it. For pants or a skirt, measure the top of the garment to ascertain its waist.

5 35 8 11/16
5.5 35.5 8 13/16
6 36 9
6.5 37 9 5/16
7 37.5 9 1/12
7.5 38 9 11/16
8 38.5 9 13/16
8.5 39 10
9 40 10 3/16
10 41 10 5/16
11 42 10 1/2
The above shoe guide is only for your reference, measurements are approximate, may not be 100% guaranteed all the time. There are no measurements for lingerie, costume, and swimwear.
* Keep the tape comfortably loose.


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