Which size?

We are frequently asked if our work trousers are small or large in sizes. We would say they are pretty true to size. Please try to spend some time measuring yourself and compare your body measurements with the measurement chart below.

If you are hesitant between and cannot decide, we usually advise you to pick the smaller size if you are considering eg Ava or Tilde because of the stretch around bottom and waist. The trousers will also stretch after a few days’ usage, although they return to their original size after washing. If you instead are interested in a pair of Felicia, you should pick the size that best matches your waist measurements as this model has a straight waistband without stretch. 

On each product page you will fins a garment measurement chart that shows the dimensions of the different styles and sizes, feel free to compare with a pair of well fitted trousers you have already, to help you decide. Also, most of our trousers has a slimmer cut than work trousers for men, especially when it comes to the width of the leg.

Measurement chart - body measurements 
(measurements in cm)

How to measure:

  • Ask someone to help you to take your measurements so that you can focus on standing straight, or you can stand in front of a mirror to get it right.
  • Make sure the measuring tape is horizontal when measuring. 
  • Your waist is measured at the thinnest point, usually a couple of cm above the belly button. 
  • Your lower hip is measured at the widest point. Start at the hip and let the tape measure slide down to the widest point.
  • Inside of leg length is measured on the inner seam of the trouser leg, from the crotch seam to the end of the hem. A good tip is to measure a pair of your own trousers and use that measurement. 
  • Measure the bust at the fullest point, usually around the height of the nipples. Adjust the tape measure slightly up at the back to give the lower part of the shoulder blades space.

If you don’t have a tape measure to hand, just use the neat trick of using a string and then measure the string against a metre stick. 

Note that the measurements in the measurement chart refers to your body measurements, and not the measurements on the garments. You will find the garment measurements on each product's page. 
If there is a garment measurement you are wondering about, just call or email and we will be happy to help you!