Please use these size charts to help determine your size. Because sizing and cut will vary between brands, please use the charts as a general guide to compare the various size scales. If you’re between sizes or need assistance selecting the right size, contact Customer Care at


Clothing Size Conversion

US Sizing XS S M L XL
US Sizing 0, 2 2, 4 6, 8 8, 10 10, 12
Bust (Inches) 32 34 36 38 40
Waist (Inches) 24, 25 26, 27 28, 29 30, 31 32, 33
UK Sizing 4, 6 6, 8 10 12 14
AUS Sizing 4, 6 8 10 12 14
Europe Sizing 32, 34 34, 36 38, 40 42, 44 46
Seneca Rising 0 1 2 3 4




Vintage Sizing and Measurements
Vintage sizing and modern sizing can be very different. Because of this, we provide detailed measurements of all vintage clothing to help you determine whether or not a garment will fit correctly. An assessment of the estimated modern size will be noted, as well as any sizes on the tag, but please refer to measurements to best determine fit. 
A good way to determine fit:
  1. Find a similar item in your wardrobe.
  2. Measure it according to our measurement guidelines.
  3. Compare your measurements to those of the vintage item you are interested in.
  4. You're done. If it's a good fit, make it yours!

We do occasionally pin clothing to fit our models, so please read all measurements carefully. We do not accept returns. If you have any questions about our sizing/measurements, please contact us at

Measurement Guidelines
All bust, waist, and hip measurements are taken straight across while garment is laid flat. Please double bust, waist, and hip measurements.


Shoulders Shoulder seam to shoulder seam
Bust Armpit to armpit, and sometimes stretched for strapless or form-fitting pieces
Waist Measured at the smallest part of the waist
Hip Measured at the largest part of the hip, straight across
Sleeves Shoulder seam to cuff. For dolman sleeves, measured from collar
Length Top of garment, from shoulder seam to hem
Rise Taken from crotch seam to top of garment
Inseam Taken from crotch seam to ankle
Swing Taken across bottom hem of garment, then doubled