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Size Guide & Measuring

Our Sizes

These are the standard sizes we have available - before purchasing your garment, please consider your measurements to find the best fit. The measurements you see in this chart are not those of the clothes, but of the model, which means you should choose the size with the measurements most similar to yours. You can also ask for a size but change one of the measurements (i.e. a size M but with a 90cm bust). If you'd rather order a completely made-to-measure garment at no extra cost or need some help with taking your measurements, keep scrolling.


How to order made-to-measure

If you want a piece that's been handmade especially for you, we will need your custom measurements. When purchasing, simply select the option "custom size" and then write down your measurements in the box below. Feel free to add other informations (like your height) if you think they're pertinent, especially if you're buying bottoms or long dresses.

All body types and sizes are welcome here and our team can't wait to create something that fits you perfectly. If you have any questions, just send us an email or a DM on instagram!

How to take your measurements

If possible, wear only underwear while taking your measurements. If that's not an option, wear tight fitting clothes like leggings, tank top, or a thin T-shirt.

Full bust

Stand tall and relax. Measure around the fullest part of your bust and hold the tape measure taught. Not too tight, not too loose - taught. The tape should be parallel to the floor and not pressuring your breasts.


In theory, the waist is the narrowest part of the body and above the belly button. If you're having trouble finding the waist, bend your body towards your left or right at the waist; the point where your body flexes is your waistline. Once you know where your waist is, try to stand upright and relaxed and make sure you're not drawing your belly in while you measure it - we want you to be comfortable in your garment.


The hip measurement is supposed to be the widest measurement around your bottom. Put your feet together and locate the correct area of your hips - the widest point around your buttocks. Your hip measurement should include your buttocks and hips. Start at one hip and wrap the tape measure around your rear, around the other hip, and back to where you started.
Have a question or need more info? Email us at info@nonmanon.com.