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Size Chart

This is the sizing chart for all Thorns products. We are very proud to be plus-inclusive, and produce our tailored pieces in sizes 2 through 24 (note that our site is currently in beta -- sizes 16-24 will be available very soon!).

To use this chart: please measure your body using the Measurement Guide at the bottom of this page (it's best if you ask a competent friend to measure for you -- you can also go to a tailor in your area, and have them take your measurements). Please wear any undergarments (bras, etc) that you would normally wear underneath the item of clothing you plan to purchase. Select the size that has all measurements below exactly at or slightly larger than your body measurements. If you are slightly bigger than any measurement, please size up.

Thorns items are very tailored garments produced and sewn specifically for each customer, so proper fit is important. Unfortunately, we cannot offer returns or exchanges for our specially-made pieces, so please make sure to select your size correctly!

Please don't hesitate to email us at thorns @ thornsclothing . com with any sizing questions! We're more than happy to help you out.

 

Measurements for Sizes 2-14

missy size chart

Measurements for Sizes 16-24

plus size chart

Measurement Guide

Bust/Chest: Please measure around the largest part of your bust or chest.

Waist: Measure around your body at the smallest part of your natural waist. This not where you wear your pants; it's the smallest circumference of your torso, usually slightly above your belly button.

Hips: Measure around your body at the widest part of your hips (also known as a "low hip" measurement). 

Bicep Circumference: Measure around your upper arm, an inch below your armpit.

Across Shoulders: Measure across your upper back, from shoulder to shoulder.

CF Neck to Waist: Measure from the base of your neck, the divot just between your center front collarbones, down to your natural waist point at the center front of your body (note: "natural waist" is not your belly button or where you wear your pants; it's the smallest circumference of your torso, usually slightly above your belly button).