Our sizing standards
We’ve created a set of sizing charts below to help you easily find what size(s) you fall into for our garments. Do note that the charts below are an average range, and that each design has its own sizing chart on its individual product page. We recommend checking the sizing chart for your desired item prior to purchase to ensure best fit.
How to measure yourself
We recommend using a soft tape measure. If you don’t have one, you can also use a piece of string or yarn, mark it once you’ve completed the measurement, then check the length afterwards using a ruler or tape measure. Make sure to keep the tape horizontal while taking measurements.
CHEST: Measure around the fullest area of the chest, do not pull tight.
TORSO: Measure around your ribcage below the bust.
WAIST: Measure around the narrowest part of your torso. Male bodies will pull tighter typically than female bodies.
HIPS: Stand with feet together + measure around the fullest point of the hip.
INSEAM: Measure from the inside of the leg at the crotch to the ankle.
How to pick the best size for you
Our garments are designed so that they can be worn fitted, relaxed, or oversized, depending on how you want to style them. This gives flexibility when choosing which size works best for you.
If your measurements fall between two sizes, you can size down for a slimmer/tighter fit or size up for a more relaxed fit. If your chest and waist measurements fall in two different size ranges, we suggest following your chest measurement when choosing a size for a top.
We are a unisex brand so our sizing fits generously. Take into consideration that if you are tall (longer limbs and body length) you can size up for pants and long sleeves. If you are petite (shorter limbs and body length) and have a smaller frame you can size down in most cases.