Sizing for the Monday Pant
Sizing for the Thursday Pant
*We use a full size range in the following pieces, including all the sizes in between the generic sizing we're all used to. So for all those odd numbered, in-between sized women out there, we got you.
Sizing for the Tuesday Short
|Fits||6 - 9||10 - 13||14 - 16|
Sizing for the Wednesday Dress, Sophia's Dress and the Tutu Top
|Fits||6 - 8||8 - 11||12 - 14||14 - 18|
Sizing for the Classic Trench
|Fits||6 - 10||10 - 14||14 - 16|
Sizing for Jim's Shirt
|8 - 10||10 - 12||12 - 14||14 - 16|
Sizing for T-shirts
|Fits||6 - 9||10 -13||14-16|
Sizing and measurements in cm for the Monday Shirt
We recommend following your body measurements and allowing for a couple of centimetres in variance to decide upon your size and fit. If you’re still unsure, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or make an appointment to come and try on the pants.
International Sizing Conversion
'How To Measure' Guide
Bust: Measure the circumference of your chest. Place one end of the tape at the fullest part of your bust, wrap it around (under your armpits, around your shoulder blades, and back to front) and where the tape meets is your measurement.
Waist: Measure the circumference of your waist. Use the tape measure to circle your waist (like you would a belt) at your natural waistline, which is located above your belly button and below your rib cage. Ensure you are relaxed to get an accurate measurement.
Hips: Measure the circumference of your hips. Start on one side of your hip and wrap the tape measure around your rear and to your other thigh, make sure the tape is over the largest part of your bottom, and ensure the tape is level.
Leg length: This is the distance from your waist to the bottom of your ankle.
Body Length: This is from your shoulder to the bottom of your ankle. Please note the Wednesday Dress body length was measured from the upper part of the chest, as the straps can be adjusted.
Sleeve Length: This can be a hard one so get help for this. Start at the sleeve head, which should be the top part of your shoulder (relaxed) and then measure down your arm to your wrist. Someone maye have to do this for you so get can get an accurate measurement