NEXT JEAN DROP JAN/FEB 2022
We are looking forward to our restock early next year with many more sizes in our classic mid rise original and mid rise fade.
In 2022 we also look forward to bringing to you our curve fit and then both styles in a lighter denim for those hotter summer months.
Nothing worse than getting the wrong size, so follow these tips to help get it right. Measure your hips (widest part as seen in the sizing image below) as this is the area the jeans need to get over. The waist measurement is the length of the waistband of the jeans. This means that you shouldn't measure your true waist as the jeans will sit below this. The jeans are a mid rise fit to give you an idea of where they will sit on your body (also see in the sizing image below). Be mindful that there is not much stretch in them, so for a tighter fit we don't recommend dropping a full size (eg. 28 to a 26), however a half size you could get away with (eg. 28 to a 27). This chart is only a guide, the waistband measurement / Hip measurement ratio will not always match up due to our differing body types. If you are in doubt I would measure your widest part of your hips and choose your size off that.
If you are wondering whether the leg length is right for you, just measure from the crotch point down to the hem of a pair of your jeans and compare to our leg lengths.
Feel free to email through any sizing questions you have and I will do my best to answer them in due time, and hopefully we can get you the correct size! email@example.com
*leg length - this measurement is taken from the CROTCH POINT down to the the bottom of the jeans >>>>