Choosing the right size is never as easy as it should be. Everyone is built differently and for that reason everyone looks and feels differently in the exact same pair of jeans.
Each of our styles has a list of garment specifications broken down into size that you can find here. Align your measurements with the garment size that best matches. If you're between sizes reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us help you decide on what's best for you.
To help find the fit that's right for you we recommend using a soft measuring tape against your bare skin, in no more than your underwear. With a friend or in front of the mirror, measure the following:
Waist: the smallest part of your waistline, not necessarily where your jeans will hit. Bend to the side and find the point below your ribs where a natural crease is made. Measure your waist at this crease point keeping your tape taught but not tight. Our women's styles are high waisted and likely to fit pretty close to this measurement.
Hips: the fullest part of your body that includes around your seat and/or your hips. Wherever the most is, measure that. Wear light weight, tight fitting underwear for this to get the most accurate measurement.
Thigh: measure each thigh individually from just below your top inner thigh (crotch point) and around. Whichever thigh is larger is the one we want to know about.
Knee: measure each knee individually from crease line in the back and around the knee cap. Whichever is larger is the knee we want to know about.
Inseam: the length from your crotch to your ankle bone. Wear light weight, tight fitting underwear and bare legs to get the most accurate measurement.