Sizing Guide

We are proud to offer many amazing styles of women’s clothing from a variety of different designers. While this provides you many options from which to choose, it also means that sizing will differ based on brand, designer or piece. We know that shopping online for clothing can be challenging since you are unable to try on each piece. It is our goal to provide as much information for each item as we can so that your shopping experience is smooth and fun. 

The following tips are here as a guideline for measuring yourself for an accurate size estimation:

Bust: Measure under your arms at the fullest part of your bust. Do not pull too tightly to ensure you get an accurate yet comfortable fit. Make sure the tape is horizontal to the floor. Keep the measuring tape leveled. t should not dip down or run diagonally at any point during the measurement. 

Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist while making sure the measuring tape is comfortably loose. Do not hold your breath or suck in your stomach, as this will not give you an accurate waist fitting. Stand as you normally would. 

Hips: Stand with your feet slightly together and measure around the fullest part of your hips. This is typically around 7″ down from your natural waist. It should include your buttocks so be sure to wrap the tape all the way around. It should not dip down, run diagonally, or ride up unevenly in the back (which often happens unknowingly). 

Inseam: Measure from the top of your inner thigh down to the bottom of your ankle bone. It is recommended to have someone assist with this measurement to ensure accuracy. 

Since we carry clothes from several different designers, the size charts provided in this Sizing Guide are meant only as a general guideline. Styles from different designers can vary, and we find that many of the designers featured at London Dai run somewhat small. Accordingly, we recommend you review each product description closely as it provides additional information about the garment’s sizing and measurements. If you are in between sizes, we recommend ordering the higher size to ensure a comfortable fit. For more specific sizing information on a certain product, feel free to email for assistance. 

It is helpful to compare your information to the model specs provided to get an idea of how the clothing will fit. The specs provided include height, bust, waist and hips. The models featured typically wear a Small, or One-Size garment.