Shopping online for vintage is super hard. Find our extensive size chart below to help you make an informed decision. Think of us as your best friend on a shopping trip, we're gonna make things easier for you!
First of all, here are our tips for buying vintage clothing online:
Measure yourself! It's so important to know your measurements, see our diagram below to learn how to do this.
Measure your wardrobe! Cross reference the measurements we provide on our listings with garments that fit you well - want that jacket you have your eye on to be over sized like your fave blazer? Measure it so you have a point of reference!
Read product descriptions carefully. We provide fit advice to give you the most accurate representation of the product. You know what suits you and what your body shape is, so maybe you feel a straight cut won't suit you, maybe you prefer A-Line? The devil is in the detail!
What do we mean by "up to"? We mean that the size number we've provided e.g. "Up to UK10" is the maximum size the garment will fit based on the above size chart.
Sizing differs from garment to garment. You're here because you're a fan of vintage, so you probably already know that cracking the code to sizing is difficult with secondhand fashion. We measure every item that passes through our freshly sanitised hands, so that you have every confidence in your purchase. Having said that, with products from almost every decade, people's bodies and national averages (upon which standardised sizing was based) have completely changed. It's important that you ignore the original sizing in the label and go by what is on our label, or in our product description because we've measured everything and used the most up to date size chart based on people's sizes NOW (above).
Sizing doesn't matter. This is the beauty of shopping for yourself (unattended, no parents allowed!), you get to choose what works for YOU. We're big believers in flexible sizing. Size up, size down: you do you and get a fit that makes you feel incred'. We try our best to find garments that represent all body shapes and sizes, but at the end of the day - how you want something to fit is up to you. It's important to remember that body shape is a huge deciding factor when picking a 'size', what is technically your standard size could gape, the cut might not suit your frame - you might have a tiny waist and large bust, you might have a small bust and broad shoulders, it's all about finding what works for you.
As always, if you need any assistance with fit and sizing, feel free to reach out and we will help as best we can!