Vevie believe’s that great fit makes us feel and look fantastic! By carefully designing and developing our garments in-house, here in the UK, we aim to make sure that we offer the best fit possible. To help you choose the right size compare your measurements to the size chart below, if you are in between sizes then it is best to round up to the next size.
Vevie Size Chart:
If you are not sure of your measurements then scroll down below to read our ‘how-to-measure’ guide.
|UK Size 8||UK Size 10||UK Size 12||UK Size 14||UK Size 16||UK Size 18|
It is best to measure yourself whilst standing in a relaxed yet upright stance. We advise measuring yourself whilst wearing underwear as it will be more accurate. It is also best to have someone else measure you, but if that is not possible then standing in front of a mirror can help guide you.
To find your bust measurement, measure around the fullest part of your bust and back. Try to keep the tape measure parallel to the floor and don’t allow it to become too slack as it will slide down and the measurement will be incorrect. It is best to pull the tape measure so it is snug but not squashing your breasts. You can wear a bra to measure your bust, but if it is very padded or very flattening the measurement will not be reflective of your true size.
The waist measurement in our size chart is of the natural waist. To find your natural waist, measure around the smallest part of your middle torso just above the belly button. Alternatively, if you are not sure which the smallest part of your torso is, bend to one side and where the skin folds (nearest to the middle of your torso) will be your natural waist. Remember to pull the tape measure close to your skin but not so tight that you have to breathe in!
Whilst standing upright measure 20cm down your side from your waist (see above). Use your finger to hold the point and measure around your lower hip at that level. At all times remember to keep the tape parallel to the floor and don’t pull too tight otherwise the measurement will be wrong.
Stand with your legs slightly apart and measure from the very top of your inner leg (crotch) to the floor. We will always make style comment on trousers and leggings to let you know where the trouser legs ends on a person with a 32″ / 81cm inside leg measurement. This will enable you to decide which length is best for you.
Vevie’s International Size Chart:
If you are shopping from outside the UK then please look at the chart below to find your Countries equivalent size.
If you have any queries about measuring yourself, or the fit of our clothes and shoes then please contact our customer services team by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone +44 (0) 207 965 7495 (Monday to Friday 9.30 – 5.30 excluding bank holidays)