Finding the Right Size for You
This information is critical for all buyers: men, women and transgender individuals.
To take your measurements in inches or centimeters, slide your hand down the side of your rib cage. When you feel a stop in you rib cage, you have found your waist. Firmly place a tape measure around your waist at that point and tug slightly; this is your waist measurement. Be sure to take the measurement 2 to 3 times to ensure accuracy. This measurement is your true measurement, please do not add or subtract inches and order true to the sizing table.
Traditional corsets are sold in waist sizes. I do so as well. I like to keep it simple. By offering you a range of 4 inches between sizes I am encouraging you to customize your order.
Longer flat laces and a 6" privacy panel allow me to only need a waist measurement.