We strongly suggest you have your measurements taken and use them as a reference when selecting an items size. Measure yourself by following the guide below.
Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your bust. Make sure to keep the tape level!
Make sure the measuring tape fits comfortably as you measure around the narrowest part of your natural waist.
Stand with your feet together, and measure around the widest part of your hips.
The size charts may vary due to different products or suppliers. Measurements shown in the size guide refer to measurements of the garment, and not body measurements.
Made of different fabric, the elasticity of clothing varies. Please check the elasticity description on our product page. Usually, you need to add some margin from the garment measurement to body measurement.
Inelastic：add 2-3cm from the garment measurement to body measurement.
Micro-elastic：add 1-2cm from the garment measurement to body measurement.
Stretchy：add 0.5-1cm from the garment measurement to body measurement.
High Elasticity：add 0-0.5cm from the garment measurement to body measuremen