How to Measure Size

What we recommend is taking one of your shirts (or like garment to what you are ordering, i.e. tank top, hoodie, etc.)  that you like the fit of and lay it on a table and measure it. Then you can see how it compares to the measurements listed in the product's size chart photos (typically the last product image).

BODY LENGTH: Lay garment flat (face down). Measure from center back neckline seam straight down to bottom of the front hem.

BODY WIDTH: Lay garment flat. 1" below the armhole flat measure the garment across the chest. 

Size measurements are approximate. When measuring please allow for 1" to 2" over/under due to manufacturer tolerances. If after reviewing the size chart you still have sizing questions or are on the fence of what to do regarding your size  (i.e., your measurements fall in between sizes) it's always best to err on the side of caution and order the larger size. You can always wear an item that is a tinge too big rather than an item that is a bit too small.  

Please do not choose your size based on a review (individual preferences & body types vary) or what you usually wear. Garments do not run small or large -- they do, however, run according to the manufacturer's sizing specs & other details that we provide in each of our product listings.

Please choose your style and size according to these recommendations, as most garment manufacturers offer multiple fits & sizing does & will vary between styles. 

PLEASE NOTE: All of our items are made to order so there are no returns or exchanges.