Size Guide

Clothing – Single size conversion

UK

6

8

10

12

14

16

EUROPEAN

34

36

38

40

42

44

US

2

4

6

8

10

12

Clothing – Dual size conversion

UK

XS

S

M

L

XL

EUROPEAN

XS

S

M

K

XL

US

XXS

XS

S

M

L

Single size measurements

 

UK 6

UK 8

UK 10

UK 12

UK 14

UK 16

 

CM

IN

CM

IN

CM

IN

CM

IN

CM

IN

CM

IN

Bust

78 ½

31

81

32

86

34

91

36

96

38

101

40

Waist

60 ½

23 ¾

63

24 ¾

68

26 ¾

73

28 ¾

78

30 ¾

83

32 ¾

Hips

86

33 ¾

88 ½

34 ¾

93 ½

36 ¾

98 ½

38 ¾

103 ½

40 ¾

108 ½

42 ¾

Inside Leg

79

31

79

31

79

31

79

31

79

31

79

31

Dual size measurements

 

UK XS 6

UK S 8 – 10

UK M 12 – 14

UK L 16 – 18

 

CM

IN

CM

IN

CM

IN

CM

IN

Bust

78 ½

31

81- 86

32 – 34

91 – 78

36 – 38

101 – 108 ½

40 – 43

Waist

60 ½

23 ¾

63 – 68

24 ¾ – 26 ¾

73 – 78

28 ¾ – 30 ¾

83 – 90 ½

32 ¾ – 35 ¾

Hips

86

33 ¾

88 ½ – 93 ½

34 ¾ – 36 ¾

98 ½ – 103 ½

38 ¾ – 40 ¾

108 ½ – 116

42 ¾ – 45 ¾

Inside Leg

79

31

79

31

79

31

79

31

How to measure

A – Bust size: measure around the fullest part of your bust

B – Waist size: measure around the smallest part of your waist line

C – Hip size: measure around the widest part of your hips

D – Inside leg: measure from crotch to ankle

E – Sleeve length: measure from the shoulder seam to the bottom edge of the sleeve

Clothing care guide

  • Always read the care label and washing instructions before washing your clothes
  • Arrange your laundry into groups with similar wash care instructions and organise into whites, darks and colours.
  • The care label washing temperature is the highest permitted temperature. But if you are unsure always wash at a lower temperature rather than higher.
  • Turn garment inside out before washing
  • Avoid using too much detergent
  • Do not use fabric detergents which contain bleach
  • Do not tumble dry unless indicated on the care label
  • Do not iron prints, trims or embellishments
  • Do not leave garments with white and contrast coloured panels soaking for prolonged periods
  • Garments with metal trims should not be left to soak

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