"Clothing is a celebration. A celebration of our physical body, as it carries us day by day throughout our lifetime. A celebration of our unique spirits, projecting our innermost facets for the rest of the world to discover "
INTRODUCTION TO OUR SIZING
Alloa Casale makes use of two measuring models, according to the different clothes and their line.
In the most comfortable clothes, sizes are s1 s2 s3. Being these clothes loose fitting we did not find convenient those sizes from xs to xl, which are whereas used in tighter clothes.
If you have any doubts concerning sizes, we kindly ask you to contact us, we’ll be glad to help you!
If, on the other hand, you wish making a safer purchase, we recommend you to indicate us not only the size which you think suits you the best, but also your own size, so that we will be able to satisfy you in the best way.
LET’S GET TO HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BODY
In order to start you have to measure your body, then scroll upwards and compare the size with our table to figure out the size which suits you the best.
Measure around the wider chest part wearing a good bra (if you’re used to wear it!), measure around the tighter waist part (which should be near the belly-button) and measure around the wider hips part (this is the most difficult one! We need the biggest size which, according to your body, could be at the beginning of the thighs, under the bottom, or where the hips bone pushes. It would be better if you’d measure wearing only underwear, without tighting too much with the tape snug. In fact, it should embrace you in a natural
and comfortable way.
WE COMBINE THE CLOTH’S SIZE TO EVERY PRODUCT YOU WILL FIND IN STORE
Measures are taken on the flat cloth, so you’ll have to double them when necessary.
Please consider that sizes are calculated approximately, both because they can lightly change because of clothes’ artisanal nature and due to differences in the measuring process. The best way to use the “clothes’ measuring” is to compare them with objects that you already have and love! While measuring a cloth, be sure to keep it as flat as possible without pulling the fabric.
Do you have questions about Sizing & Fit?
If so, please include the garment name and the following measurements: bust, waist, hip, height, and (optional) weight.