Just Your Size

If you're like me you do a lot of research whenever you buy an item online to ensure it meets a few key categories. Shopping for the perfect dress is no different. One thing I've learned about being in the fashion industry for just under 10 years is that fit is so important to be comfortable. I know if your reading this you agree. Unfortunately, sizing can be a bit complex because although we have average sizes not everyone falls into the perfect sizing box. We are all different which makes us uniquely beautiful.

So we've put together a sizing guideline for you to go by to ensure we offer you the best experience when shopping with RQF. Now because our warehouses are international we do a quality check to ensure the dress meets the average size chart we go by.

Knowing Your Measurements

You need to know 3 key elements to ensure proper fit. Those keys are bust, waist, and hips. These measurements are used to determine whether your a small, medium or large. They can often guide you in knowing your body type.

How to Take Your Measurements


For your bust you'll want to Stand straight, with arms relaxed on your side you can ask someone to help if you need it. Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest area. You typically want a little room for movement, up to 1 inch.


Now your waist is next. You'll want to place the tape measure around the narrowest part of your waist, usually around your belly button or a little above it.


Hips are last. You'll place the tape measure around the widest part of your hips.


Understanding Your Measurements

Ok now that we've got the hard part out of the way, let's see what it means. As we said before you may not fall into each category perfectly that's ok. You can now make the best decision based on the knowledge you have. Don't worry if you buy something and it doesn't meet your expectations on fit send it back unworn in the same condition we sent it to you and we will exchange it for the right size or give you a full refund. Happy shopping.

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