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Size guide

We measure and resize all garments so you can buy your ideal garment.

Because all our clothing is vintage, mostly manufactured in the eighties and nineties in different countries, the size indicated on its label may not correspond to current sizes. For this reason, in the description of each item on our website we show an approximate size according to current sizing criteria and their corresponding measurements. To make your purchase more safely, we recommend that you compare the measurements with a similar garment you have at home.

How to measure my clothes?

We measure each of the garments to make your purchase easier. So that you can take the measurements as a reference, take a similar garment that you have at home and stretch it on a smooth, horizontal surface.

Top parts
to. Shoulders: measurement from shoulder to shoulder taking into account the seams.
b. Chest circumference: we measure the garment from one side of the armhole to the other and multiply it by two to find out the circumference.
c. Back length: we take this measurement at the back of the garment. From the bottom of the neck to the lowest part of the garment.
d. Inside sleeve: from the armhole to the sleeve.
and. Outside sleeve: from the shoulder to the outside of the sleeve.
Bottom parts
to. Waist: we measure the garment at the waist and multiply it by two to find out the circumference. If the waist is elastic, we indicate how many cm. stretches the waist.
b. Length: we take this measurement from the back of the garment. From the highest part of the pants to the lowest part.
c. Inner length: from the bottom of the rise to the end of the garment.
d. Inseam: we measure the distance from the waist to the point of the pants where the legs join.
and. Thigh width: we measure the width of the thigh at its widest part (approximately 10 cm from the bottom of the rise) and multiply it by two to find the circumference.