GDPR Compliance

The app used for assuring the GDPR/CCPA/APPI/PIPEDA compliance of this site, collects your IP and the email address in order to process the data. For more check Privacy Policy & Terms of Service

Data Rectification

You can use the link below to update your account data if it is not accurate.

Data Portability

You can use the links below to download all the data we store and use for a better experience in our store.

Access to Personal Data

You can use the link below to request a report which will contain all personal information that we store for you.

Right to be Forgotten

Use this option if you want to remove your personal and other data from our store. Keep in mind that this process will delete your account, so you will no longer be able to access or use it anymore.

If you need help selecting a size please review this size guide.

How to take body measurements to determine your size 

To take accurate body measurements, it's best to wear fitting clothes and undergarments that don't add extra bulk or have padding. When taking measurements, stand naturally with your feet slightly apart and avoid slouching or standing too stiff. 

When measuring, ensure the tape is not too tight or loose around the body to avoid inaccurate measurements. If you are in between sizes, determine if you want a loose casual fit or a snug fit to select a size accordingly. 

Bust: Start by wrapping the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust and ensure the tape is not too tight or loose. Remember that the bust measurement is different from your bra size. 

Waist: Find your natural waistline, typically the smallest part of your torso and a few inches above your belly button. Wrap the measuring tape around your natural waist.

Hips: Find the fullest part of your hips and wrap the measuring tape around this area, ensuring it's parallel to the ground and not too tight or loose.