How can you be sure our clothing will fit you?

Buying clothes on line requires a little prep work before adding items to your shopping cart.  What, there’s work?  I know it sounds kinda lame, but it will prevent you from buying the wrong size and having to deal with the return.  Save yourself the hassle and spend a few minutes reading this info.  
For those of you who want approximate size ranges, please note the following:
smalls fit sizes 2-4
mediums fit sizes 4-6
larges fit sizes 6-8
These are only ranges and some items may fall out of this, which is why it is best if you know your measurements.
You will need to take several measurements around your body so you can match them up to the size chart listed in the description for each product.  (Although, if you are like me, a little impulsive, you probably aren’t even reading this and have already added things to your bag and are ready for check out.) If you do not have measuring tape, you can substitue with the cord of your curling iron or flat iron and use a ruler to count the length.
We have measured just about every item, in every size, and although we mentioned they are approximate measurements, they are pretty darn close to get you the right fit.  In the item description you will find sizing information with a list of size options for that item (S, M, L) and its respective garment length and bust or waist.  Please note, our assortment comes from many different manufacturers, so you may be a medium in one dress, but a small in another. 
Below is a size chart (measurements are listed in inches) for reference.

Measuring for Tops and Dresses

When you see the garment length, we measured the vertical length of the garment from top to bottom, beginning from the top of the shoulder or top of the bust.  In general, if the item has adjustable straps or is strapless, we began the measurement from the top of the bust line.  (Tip: If a dress is strapless or has adjustable straps, you can add appx 4-6 inches to estimate the total garment length.)  If you get a dress from your closet, you can lay it flat, measure it, and know what lengths you are comfortable wearing. 

The bust measurements are the fullest area up top.  With measuring tape, you measure around the fullest part of your bust.  Those numbers tell you what to look for in the bust column. I suggest wearing the bra you plan to wear with that garment while you measure so you get the true measurement.
 Measuring for Bottoms
Garment length for bottoms is the same concept.  We measured from the top of the waist to the bottom of the hem.  The waist measurements are the distance around the top of the shorts/pants, leggings, etc.  First decide if you want to wear the bottoms at your waist or below your waist , then take those measurements and use them to match up your size on the chart.