We understand that shopping online with a new brand can be difficult. If you are unsure of your size, please feel free to send us an email or message. We are always happy to provide additional garment measurements to help you get the right size and fit. Because we use a single factory from sampling to production, our sizing is consistent across styles. Once you establish your dress size, you can be assured that the size will work across our collection.
Please use our fitting notes in our product descriptions for additional details on how to get the right fit for each garment.
Dress, Tops & Skirts
To determine your size take measurements of the following areas:
Bust: around the fullest part of your chest
Natural Waist: slimmest part of your natural waist
Hip: around your hips at the top of your legs
Size 0 — 32.5 | 25 | 35
Size 2 — 33.5 | 26 | 36
Size 4 — 34.5 | 27 | 37
Size 6 — 35.5 | 28 | 38
Size 8 — 36.5 | 29 | 39
Size 10 — 37.5 | 30 | 40
Size 12 — 39 | 31.5 | 41.5
Size 14 — 40.5 | 33 | 43
Betty House Coat and Veruschka kimono cardigan
Small — size 2-4
Medium — sizes 6-8
Large —sizes 10-12
X-Large — size 14-16
Note: if you are busty or have broader shoulders we recommend sizing up for comfort for all styles.
Carole Lounge Pants
These pants sit low on the waist, thus they have a shorter stride. If you fall in between sizes we recommend ordering one size up.
Size = Waist/Upper Hip Measurement in inches | Inseam
Small = 30 (fits sizes appx 2-4) | Inseam = 28.5 Outer seam = 37
Medium = 32 (fits sizes appx 6-8) | Inseam = 29 Outer seam = 37.5
Large = 34 (fits sizes appx 8-10) | Inseam = 29.5 Outer seam = 38
XL = 36 (fits sizes appx 10-12) | Inseam = 30 Outer seam = 38.5
Claire I & II Pants
These pants should fit at your natural waist. The SML to numerical size estimates are approximations.
Small — waist 29 — size 2-4
Medium — waist — 31 — size 6-8
Large — waist 33 —size 10-12
X-Large — waist 36 — size 14-16
Additional Fit Guides
The Jackie I and II dresses were inspired by the 1920s shift styles and work well for these body types. The Marisa caftan is also a straight style consistent with 1920s flapper dresses.
The Carmel dress and Diana skirts have roots in 1950s fashion and work well for these body shapes.
The Lawson was inspired by the 1960s one of our most universally flattering styles.
The Brigitte and Maria have a softer A-line shape that's consistent with the 1970s fashion.