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Measuring Tips to Assure The Best Fit


Buying clothing online can sometimes be a little tricky. Clothing sizes in Australia tend to vary dramatically from shop to shop so it’s best to take measurements yourself and then compare them to our size guides. You can either measure your actual body or measure a piece of clothing that fits you perfectly. Here’s how to get accurate body measurements.

Chest:  This measurement should be taken directly under the armpits and span right around the body across the widest part of the chest.

Bust: Wrap tape measure around the body under the armpits, and around the fullest part of the bust.

Shoulders:  Measure across the top back of the garment from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.

Sleeves:  For mens shirts, this is the measurement taken from the back of the middle of the neck to the end of the cuff.  For women’s garments, this measurement can be taken from the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff.

Waist:  To measure your own waist size, wrap the tape measure around your waist at belly button height. To get the right size of pants and skirts, measure across the very top of the garment, then double.  For shirts and dresses, measure at about 6 – 8 inches (15 to 20 cm) below the armpit, then double.

Hips:  Stand with legs about 6 inches (15 cm) apart and measure around the fullest part of the hips. If you’re measuring an actual garment (pants and skirts) measure about 8 – 9 inches (20 to 23 cm) down from the waist, then double.

Length: For skirts, measure the front center of the garment from the top of the waist to the bottom of the hem.  For shirts and dresses, you may measure one of several ways, depending on the style of the garment – measure from the shoulder seam to the bottom of the hem, from the armpit to the bottom hem, or from the center back neck to the bottom hem.


Mens and Womens Clothing Size Guide

AU SizeEU SizeSizeHeightBust/ChestWaistHips
836XS160-16680 cm65 cm90 cm
1038S166-17088 cm70 cm95 cm
1240M168-17692 cm75 cm100 cm
1442L174-182100 cm80 cm105 cm
1644XL180-186105 cm85 cm110 cm
1846XXL184-190110 cm90 cm120 cm

All dimensions are given in approximate centimetres.

Organic Cotton Bathrobe – Coloured – beige, blue or grey

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Certified Organic Cotton Terry Bath Robes, woven with 100% Certified Organic Cotton yarn. 450 gsm. Absorbency increases with washing. The Natural Cotton wax washes out and they are not chemically pre-washed like conventional towels so are an ideal option for allergy sufferers or chemically sensitive people, or those just wanting to purchase the healthiest quality towels possible. These bathrobes are GOTS certified and are made in Turkey from high quality Certified Organic Yarn, an ideal material to be used in towelling and safe to place next to your skin. Manufacturing of these items in Australia is not yet economically viable but we’re working on it.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a slim fitting bathrobe that sits around calf length depending on your height.

AVAILABLE SIZES:

  • Small/Medium (up to a womens size 10). Length of robe from the neck, down the centre of the back to hem – 118 cm.
  • Large/Extra Large (womens size 10 – 14). Length of robe from the neck, down the centre of the back to hem – 122 cm.

COLOURS: Beige, Blue and Grey. As different computers may display colours differently, the colour of the actual item may vary slightly from the images pictured.

MATCHING TOWELLING RANGE: To complete your bathroom, we have coordinating –

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Colour

Beige, Blue, Grey, Olive

Size

Large/Extra Large, Small/Medium

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Measuring Tips to Assure The Best Fit


Buying clothing online can sometimes be a little tricky. Clothing sizes in Australia tend to vary dramatically from shop to shop so it’s best to take measurements yourself and then compare them to our size guides. You can either measure your actual body or measure a piece of clothing that fits you perfectly. Here’s how to get accurate body measurements.

Chest:  This measurement should be taken directly under the armpits and span right around the body across the widest part of the chest.

Bust: Wrap tape measure around the body under the armpits, and around the fullest part of the bust.

Shoulders:  Measure across the top back of the garment from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.

Sleeves:  For mens shirts, this is the measurement taken from the back of the middle of the neck to the end of the cuff.  For women’s garments, this measurement can be taken from the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff.

Waist:  To measure your own waist size, wrap the tape measure around your waist at belly button height. To get the right size of pants and skirts, measure across the very top of the garment, then double.  For shirts and dresses, measure at about 6 – 8 inches (15 to 20 cm) below the armpit, then double.

Hips:  Stand with legs about 6 inches (15 cm) apart and measure around the fullest part of the hips. If you’re measuring an actual garment (pants and skirts) measure about 8 – 9 inches (20 to 23 cm) down from the waist, then double.

Length: For skirts, measure the front center of the garment from the top of the waist to the bottom of the hem.  For shirts and dresses, you may measure one of several ways, depending on the style of the garment – measure from the shoulder seam to the bottom of the hem, from the armpit to the bottom hem, or from the center back neck to the bottom hem.


Mens and Womens Clothing Size Guide

AU SizeEU SizeSizeHeightBust/ChestWaistHips
836XS160-16680 cm65 cm90 cm
1038S166-17088 cm70 cm95 cm
1240M168-17692 cm75 cm100 cm
1442L174-182100 cm80 cm105 cm
1644XL180-186105 cm85 cm110 cm
1846XXL184-190110 cm90 cm120 cm

All dimensions are given in approximate centimetres.

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