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Size Guide

To ensure a perfect fit, it is important to purchase the right sized garments.

The chart below shows imperial measurements and how you can use them to ensure you order the correct size.

Ladies Measurement Chart
Bust 35
ins
37
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39
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41
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43
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45
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47
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49
ins
51
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53
ins
55
ins
57
ins
59
ins
61
ins
63
ins
Waist 28
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30
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32
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34
ins
36
ins
38
ins
40
ins
42
ins
44
ins
46
ins
48
ins
50
ins
52
ins
54
ins
56
ins
Hips 37
ins
39
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41
ins
43
ins
45
ins
47
ins
49
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51
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53
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54
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57
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59
ins
61
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63
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65
ins
Size 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34

Measuring Guide

Womenswear measurement guide The charts on these pages show imperial measurements and how you can use them to ensure you order the correct size.
A. Bust Take measurement across fullest part of the bust and across shoulder blades.
B. Waist Measure around the natural waistline.
C. Hips Measure 8ins. (20cm) below waistline at fullest part.
Skirt Length (excluding waistband) measure from the natural waistline.
D. Above Knee  
E. Knee Length  
F. Calf Length  
G. Ankle Length  

The above guide is based on a 5’4’’ woman, and shows that if you are looking for a below the knee skirt - you will need to order a 25” length.

When ordering tops, dresses, swimwear etc.

Ensure you choose the right size, simply measure around the fullest part of your bust. It can be a little difficult to measure yourself accurately so always ask someone to help.

When ordering skirts and trousers

Measure around the fullest part of the hip to discover the size you need as above. For inside leg measurement: lay your best-fitting pair of trousers flat and measure from the top of the inside leg down to the ankle.

Care Guide

On every clothing item you'll find details of the fabric and washing instructions. It's important to follow the washing recommendations to keep your clothes in 'tip-top' condition. The symbols you'll find on clothing are:

Hand wash only Chlorine bleach may be used
Machine wash as cotton (maximum machine action) May be tumble dried (where dots appear 1 dot ( • ) means low heat setting, 2 dots ( • • ) means high heat setting)
Wash as synthetics (medium machine action) Dry clean in perchloroethylene solvent R113 white spirit and solvent R11
Wash as wool (minimum machine action) Warm iron (an iron with 1 dot ( • ) means cool, an iron with 3 dots ( • • • ) means hot)
Dry clean in all solvents A cross through any symbol means 'do not'

Nightwear

One of the symbols alongside will appear on all the pages in our catalogue which feature nightwear. The green symbol indicates that the garment conforms to British Standard 5722 for low flammability, while the red symbol is a reminder that the garment must not be exposed to naked flame or fire.
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