Lake Elinor Size Chart
Gender fluid, seasonless, and one size fits sizes 0-24. Yes, really.
I design pieces to move with the body's natural rhythms, through our many season of life. We are more than our clothing size. In fact, sizes are all relative and meaningless, frankly. Read more about that here.
To find your bust measurement: wrap a measuring tape around your back, across fullest part of the bust. Make sure the tape stays parallel to the floor.
To find your waist measurement: also called the "natural waist", this is the narrowest part of the torso. Bend your body from right to left, and notice where the body creases, typically above the belly button and below the rib cage. Wrap the tape measure around this crease, and make sure the tape stays parallel to the floor.
To find your low hip measurement: wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your hips as you stand with both legs close together. Include the widest part of the butt as you wrap the tape around to the other side. Again, make sure the tape stays parallel to the floor.