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What does the numbers 70, 80, 90 mean on the labels? Someone purchased patpat clothes for my unborn child and I don't know what size they are because

asked by Charlisa M. on 3/25/21

1 Answer

Hi,

Thank you for your inquiry.

These sizes are our supplier's size which is equivalent to the sizes on our size chart.

Size 70 is 0-3 Months, size 80 is 3-6 Months and size 90 is 6-9 Months.

You can be assured that items are consistent with our size chart with an allowable deviation of only 2 centimeters for our Baby & Toddler products, 4 centimeters for our regular selections for Men and Women, and 5 centimeters for our Maternity/Nursing selections.

For the best fit, we do recommend buyers to not base their choice on the size they normally purchase, but to use a measuring tape and compare your measurements with our size chart. When measuring around your body, such as bust, waist, and hips, you want to ensure that it is as horizontal as possible. Ensure that the measuring tool is always close to your body, but don't hold it too tight. The general rule is close but comfortable - not tight and not loose. You may also measure a similar style of clothing you currently own, that fits you well, and compare which size it corresponds to on our size chart.

Should you need more assistance, please do not hesitate to let us know. We are happy to have served you.

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