Women's Contemporary Size Chart
Shoe Size Chart
Do you know how to measure yourself for the perfect fit every time? The following tips are here as a guideline for measuring yourself for an accurate size estimation:
To measure your bust, wrap a measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust. Don’t pull too tightly; the tape measure should fit snug and comfortably. Make sure the tape is horizontal to the floor and doesn’t dip down or run diagonally at any point.
For a waist measurement, wrap the tape around the narrowest part of your waist. Do not suck it in or hold your breath. Stand as relaxed as possible.
Measure the fullest part of your hips, approximately 7" down from your natural waist. This area should include your buttocks, so make sure to wrap your tape all of the way around, making sure that the tape stays level and does not ride up unevenly in the back.
We carry clothes from a variety of brands, please note that the measurements listed in the boutique size chart are meant as a guideline for fit. Styles from different designers can vary from one style to another, so read the product description for any additional tips. Most of our items run true to size unless noted in the description.
To learn how a piece may look on you, compare our boutique size chart with the model specs from the photo.
Please use the following model specs as a guideline for how a specific item may look on you. Consult the boutique size chart to reference what sizes are depicted in the model specs below.