Our Help Section: Sizes & Garment Care
We use Australian industry standard sizing with extra ease over the hips.
The measurements are taken seam to seam (bust/waist/hip) or shoulder to hem (length). This sizing only relates to the Abigail jersey dress & Lilly Jersey Dress in the Peripheral Vision & Peripheral Vision II Collection. We will add further measurements for all items of clothing soon.
Size 8: Bust - 46cm, Waist - 44cm, Hip - 46cm, Length - 97cm
Size 10: Bust - 48cm, Waist - 46cm, Hip - 49cm, Length - 98cm
Size 12: Bust - 50cm, Waist - 48cm, Hip - 51cm, Length - 98cm
Size 14: Bust - 52cm, Waist - 50cm, Hip - 53cm, Length - 100cm
Size 16: Bust - 54cm, Waist - 54cm, Hip - 57cm, Length - 102cm
Please contact us at email@example.com if you require further information.
Care of Your Garments for longest use:
- All garments are 100% cotton and are best washed in cold water on gentle cycle. This will help protect the natural fibre and any beading or embroidery.
- Line-dry immediately.
Hot steam iron.
Hang up when not wearing. Any creases tend to drop out quite well. This means that you may only need to do a touch up iron or not even iron at all, unless you like a very freshly pressed look.
There’s no need to wash the garment too often if it is hung up to air after you’ve worn it. This applies to the outwear items, skirts and culottes. Your garment can then be a versatile travel item.
Not washing and ironing after each use is good for the environment so please consider whether your garment actually needs cleaning. It seems that the biggest use of resources (water and power for washing and ironing) occurs once the item has been purchased, not in the production of the garment, as you might think.
The garments respond well when the lint is removed from them. Therefore a lint roller is a good idea.