Measurement Chart

How to take your own Measurements

Bust: raise your arms and placing a tape measure underneath, lower your arms and measure all the way round the fullest part of your chest.

Waist: when measuring your waist, think in terms of where a slim belt would rest, measure around the smallest part of your waist; do not pull the tape measure too tight, keep it comfortably relaxed.

Hips: measure around the widest part of the hip, slide the tape measure up and down this section of your body, to make sure you have the largest measurement in this area.

Fitting your curves – your measurement chart

Jersey fabrics are beautiful to wear, have a comfortable stretch, great recovery and ease.  The measurement charts set out below are based on the measurements I use to make the ready-to-wear garments on the website.

The models on the website vary in height from 5ft 2″ up to 5ft 9″.

If you have any queries about your size before ordering, either call me on  +44 207 732 7528 from a mobile or 00 44 207 732 7528 when using a landline, alternatively email to talk about the garment you are interested in purchasing.

UK Measurement Chart for Jersey Dresses and Tops


832 inches26 inches36 inches
1034 inches27 inches38 inches
1236 inches29 inches40 inches
1438 inches31 inches42 inches
1640 inches32 inches43 inches


European Size Chart with UK comparison for Jersey Dresses and Tops


UK SizeEUStandardBustWaistHips
UK 834S33-34 inches25-26 inches35.5-36 inches
UK 1036S34-35inches26-27 inches36.5-37.5 inches
UK 1240M36-37 inches28-29 inches38.5-39.5 inches
UK 1442L37.5-38 inches30-31 inches40-41 inches
UK 1644L39-40 inches32-33 inches42-43 inches