Clothing, Shoes and Belts Size FAQs
Q: Where can I find the size information on your online shopping site?
A. We attached sizing charts as a link to the product item on each product page. We have been careful to specifically state the sizing for each product range and for what size they will fit.
Please use the chart as a guide only and measure your foot length in cm or inches when choosing the size that best fits.
Q: How do I measure the right size for my new belts?
A: Measuring your waist: tape measure around your waistline where you usually wear your trousers. If your waist size is bigger than your chest size, then the former is the one to look for in the chart in order to determine your coat size. (loose fitting skirts)
Q: How do I measure the right clothing size?
A: to measure your right clothing size,
- Use your exact measurements when selecting your size
- Keep the tape firm, but not tight
- Measure over under garments
- Ask someone to measure you
Measuring your bust / chest : with both your arms down, place the tape under your armpits and tape measure by turning it completely around your body without holding your breath. Your coat size typically equals your actual chest size plus a couple of inches to allow adequate room for a sweater and a comfortable movement. (tops and loose fitting dresses)
Measuring your waist: tape measure around your waistline where you usually wear your trousers. If your waist size is bigger than your chest size, then the former is the one to look for in the chart in order to determine your coat size. (loose fitting skirts)
Measuring your hip: measure around fullest part of seat, approx. 22cm or 9” down from the waist (trousers, jeans, narrow fitting skirts and dresses)
Measuring your shoulder: from top of left shoulder across back all the way to top of right shoulder, seam to seam
Measuring your shirt length / sleeve: from top of shoulder sleeve (or strap seam) to end of cuff
Measuring your length: measured from top of waistband to bottom of hem. (pants / shorts / skirts)
Please use these women's measurment & fit info and also see "Product Description" on its product page for items specific length measurements for the product you are viewing
Measuring For Various Types of Clothing
Please use these men's measurment & fit info and also see "Product Description" on its product page for items specific length measurements for the product you are viewing
Q: How to measure my new shoes?
A: Measure both feet and fit shoes to the larger foot. You will get a more accurate measurement if you sit on a chair if you are taking your own measurements.
Don't assume your shoe size is the same it has always been, the shape of your feet changes over time. Wear the socks you will use with your new shoes when you measure.
Q: How to measure my foot?
A: to measure your foot:
- While seated, place your foot on a piece of paper in front of you.
- With a pencil, trace around your foot. Hold the pencil as straight up as possible while measuring and be sure that your pencil remains in contact with your foot during this process.
- With a ruler measure the distance between the two points on your tracing, reduce this number by 5mm, the result is your foot length and the number you will use to determine your shoe size
- Put your bare foot flat on a piece of paper.
Draw a line at your heel
- Also draw a line at your big toe or the longest toe
- Then, measure the exact distance to get your foot size
Or you can measure by against your back of foot to the wall.
Place a sheet of paper on the floor against the wall. Place your bare foot on the paper with the heel against the wall. Mark your longest toe on the paper and then measure the length from the wall to this mark.
Q: What are your shoe sizes?
Please use the following chart as a guide only and measure your foot length in cm or inches when choosing the size that best fits.
Shoe size chart
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