There is a size chart with every model of our coats/jackets. The cut of the coat has a significant impact on the dimensions assigned to a given size. Coats can differ in shape so sizes of each model can be different too.

To choose the right size, please take a look at the size chart provided with a particular model and find your measures. The sizes of different brands may differ from each other, so it’s best to choose the size based solely on your dimensions.

If you are unsure of your size, you can easily measure the basic dimensions yourself. It is easy and it will help you to find the size of your coat/jacket that’s right for you. If you still have doubts, we will be happy to help you.

Standing upright is the best position to take your measures. Use a tape or paper measure. If you don’t have it you can always use a simple rope/thread and later apply it to a flat ruler to see your measures.

It is best also to have some clothes on (t-shirt, sweater, pants etc.) while taking measures cause coats or jackets will be wear on them too.

Choosing the size in which we can feel comfortable is very important. Although, we advise you not to buy too big coats or jackets. Sometimes it is better to move buttons for example to have some more space than to buy a bigger size. In some models these small and easy modifications are possible to be done.

Coats or jackets should emphasize the figure, while concealing imperfections. The right effect can easily be achieved with a proper cut and size. We are happy to advise you.

In coats and jackets case the most important are 2 dimensions: hips and breast size. These 2 determine our size of the coat or the jacket. Waistline is an additional dimension, as we can always emphasize the waist with a belt.

Breast size – we measure in the middle of the breast
Waistline – the narrowest part of the waist more or less on our bellybutton level
Hips size – the widest place below the waist, roughly in the middle of the buttocks.

In the table, we also give additional dimensions, such as: total length of the coat, sleeve length and shoulder width.

Length of the coat – is measured along the back line through the middle of the coat from the end of the neck down.
Shoulder width –  is measured along the back line from where one sleeve is sewn to where the other sleeve is sewn (in the case of a set-in sleeve).
Sleeve is measured from the place where the sleeve is sewn (the seam on the shoulder) downwards, on the outer side of the arm.

In case of any doubts, we encourage you to contact us. We will be happy to help you.

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