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are the sizes accurate?
asked by Nazie F. on 6/7/16
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The measurement if taken directly from the clothes, the size chart is accurate. We noticed some buyers who have complaint on the size not correct tends to refer to the size guide only, the size guide is just for general measurement, we always suggest buyers to check the measurement chart to order a correct size. You can find the measurement under product details.
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Definitely NOT
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unless you are built like a 10 year old girl - methinks you will be frustrated.
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The measurements are sometimes accurate, but sometimes don't make sense. I've seen garments made for a bust of 33 inches and a waist of 31 inches. Hip measurements are usually not given. Shoulders are narrow.
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The clothes are made in China, I believe where women aregenerally smaller. Consequently the sizes don't work for the US Market. Having said that the measurements appear to be accurate and every designer is different. Size up to be safe.
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No not at all. They were much much smaller.
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Not even!!!
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Not all the time and the Chat Help can be very vague.
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The measurements given are accurate but that does not add up to a good fit.
If you have small shoulders, smal breasts the dresses may fit. If you have a "Western European" body build the measurements don't work. The top torso is still tight and the hip and rump i.e. Skirt looks like a sack. I ordered from 2 designers and had the same problem. I get the sense that this clothing operation doesn't understand the morphometry of measurements vs sizing and fits. There are regional, demographic, ethnic differences. After my experience I would say that the clothing cuts are not suited to the western market. Sorry don't mean to be harsh. But I got 3 dresses that will not give me pleasure.
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Very skimpy even armholes sleeves and neck opening.
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The "sizes" are not accurate at all but the measurements are. You have to go by the measurements. I wear a size 12 and I ordered an XXL something I'd never wear in American sizes. So check the measurements (the inches) and go by them.
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Hi the sizes are pretty close if you wear 10-12 order the Xl or XXL and the items will fit nicely. I only had one dress where arms were a little tights but out of 8 items that's pretty good. The nice thing is that they only take PayPal so you're protected since the office is in China.
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Certainly accurate. Their measurements are based on large scale surveys customers feed back and professional consultancy from medical research group study of body frames of human.
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The sizes are ridiculous, you need to be flat chested, and have a very straight body, no curves, and in my case be about 6' tall.... save yourself the trouble, the quality is the other big issue. For the price, the quality is lousy!!
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I should have used the measurements as a guide according to the posts before me.
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No. The sizes are not US. You have to look at the measurements, the inches.
Example: I wear US size 10 or medium. I had to purchase a large based on the measurement that they provided.
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My dress followed the measurements exactly. Also, I just found a side zipper to help get the dress on. It was so well hidden I did not see it the first time I tried it on. With that said I have to move my stars up. The quality still was not that of what I expected but that was my own fault.
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They run a little small
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I did not use the chart. I used the size which was wrong. The top was tighter than the bottom of the dress. I have a smaller top than bottom.
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They have measurements for the garments chest, waist. Seem pretty close, they do run quite smaller then we are used to. Look at the measurements not the letters.
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I wear a size 0 Ann Taylor and a 2 in WHBM. My Medium dress fit perfectly. I would compare their sizing to something more like Loft or Madewell, though those brands have more gradations of "Small."
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Unfortunately the web site "appears" to be in the U.S. So most people order their usual size and don't search for the very fine print. The Chinese sizes are very small when you find the measurements information (usually too late) The company does not want you to know because when you try to return your tiny item, they won't respond. Read Yelp or Google them then decide for yourself wether to buy anything from StyleWe.
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Their clothes are from different designers. You had better check the measurement of what you decide to buy.
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I would go a size bigger - you can always take in -
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Somewhat yes
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