Sizing Chart and Tips
Since our clothing comes from various designers and suppliers, here are some tips to help you find your best fit
First, you should begin by measuring yourself with a sewing measuring tape.Bust: Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your bust, but do not pull too tight so that it begins to squeeze. Make sure the tape measure always remains level.
Waist: Wrap the tape measure around your waist but do not breathe in. Your natural waist is about halfway down between the bottom of your ribs and your hips.
Hips: Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips, which does include the buttocks. Make sure the tape measure always remains level.
Use your measurements to compare to the ones under each of our products. We recommend that you re-measure yourself periodically to continue to find the best fit for you.
If you are between sizes, we suggest going up a size.
Measurements can vary depending on how much stretch a garment has. We measure the bust of an item in accordance to how it should look when worn. An example is, if there are buttons, we measure it in a way that the buttons do not pop open. Our bust measurements are not bra sizes, but actual material allowance.
At Slaydon & Rose, we spend countless hours searching for those "one of a kind” pieces for YOU! Since we use over 30 different vendors to do this, it is impossible to compile a sizing chart that is 100% accurate but we do provide a chart below that you can use a guideline. Not all items will match this chart, so please use the measurements included under each specific item.
We will include additional sizing tips in each product description as well as each size measurement.
Our Channing and Wagner Pencil Skirts are primarily used for layering with tunic and long tops.
If you need more measurements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*This chart is to be used a reference and a guideline. Please use measurements under each product to pick the best fit for you.