A Note About Sizes, Fit and Body Measurements (Ugh!)
Every woman should know her body measurements and correct bra size. Not just an estimate or what you "think" they are, but the actual measurements (bust, waist, hip and inseam). You don't have to publish them but keep them in your head. This will help you enormously when shopping online. Remeasure yourself every now and then or when you have a weight loss (I wish!) or gain of 10 lbs. Ten pounds is the difference between sizes.
Because of the large diversity in sizing among companies, we've added size measurements to some of our descriptions. The bust measurement (B), for tops, hip measurement for bottoms, and length measurement (L) which is taken from the center back neck (on tops) to the hem and the center back waist (on skirts) to the hem. Please note they are not body measurements, but only the garment measurements. We only list one size per style, but the general rule is 2" between sizes. If you like it loose fitting, 6-10" larger than your actual measurements would make it "oversized". For a closer fit, pick a style that is closer to your actual measurements.
These days size is just a number. It's the fit that counts.
P.S. We will soon post a video on how to take your measurements, so be sure to check back!