In the world of online shopping, finding the right fit can be a challenge! At Love, Bonfire The Label, we're here to make it easy for you!
We've created individual style guides, which can be found on the product pages, to take the guesswork out of shopping.
Wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust while keeping the tape comfortably snug but not tight. Make sure to keep the measuring tape straight.
Measure around your natural waistline, typically the narrowest part of your torso and just above your belly button.
Measure around the fullest part of your hips, ensuring the tape is level all the way around.
We at Love, Bonfire The Label have taken the guesswork of finding your size out of the equation! Simply click on the size guide tab to access our dedicated measurement chart for that specific product.
The size guide will provide you with detailed information tailored to the item you are viewing. This includes measurements, fit recommendations, and any unique sizing considerations for that particular garment.
Make sure you allow some wiggle room when choosing your size in order to have a comfortable fit!
For older products, please find the general size guides below to assist you.
Still unsure about you sizing? Why not reach out to our Customer Service Team and they can assist you with any questions or concerns about sizing!
Typically has wider hips and a narrower upper body
Draw attention upward with statement necklaces or tops with interesting details
A-line skirts and dresses can balance your lower body
Darker colours on the bottom and brighter colours on the top can help create balance
Balanced proportions between the bust and hips with a defined waist
Emphasise your waist with belts, fitted dresses and tops
Opt for more structured garments that follow your natural curves
A-line skirts and garments that come in at the waist can enhance your hourglass figure
Weight carried in the midsection with slimmer legs and arms
Empire waistlines can create a flattering silhouette
Choose tops with a V neck to elongate the upper body
Flowy and drapey fabrics can provide comfort by skimming over the midsection
Straight up and down with minimal waist definition
Broader shoulders than hips, creating a V-shaped figure.
Balance your proportions by adding volume to the hips and minimising volume on the upper body
A-line or full skirts can add volume to the lower body
Choose tops with a scoop or boat neckline to soften the shoulder line
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