Our size guide is based on the measurements below. Use a measuring tape, and our instructions to determine your size. If needed, you can always ask someone to help you take your measurements. If you don't have a measuring tape, you can use a piece of string or a shoe lace, which you will measure with a ruler afterwards.
Measure around the fullest part of the chest area and keep tape level under your arms and across your back.
2. Arm length
Slightly bend the elbow of your dominant arm. Measure from the base of your back neck to your shoulder, over the elbow, then down to your wrist where you would like your sleeve to end.
Measure around the smallest part of your natural waistline where your body bends side to side.
B. Low hip
Measure at the fullest part of your low hip. Tape should fit comfortably.
C. Inside leg length
Measure from the crotch seam to the bottom of your ankle or leg.
The majority of items available on our website are unisex, unless otherwise noted. For this reason, we advise women to reduce the size of unisex items for a more adequate look. For example, our small unisex would be equivalent to a women's medium, unless otherwise noted.
** Note: Clothing may vary due to differences in styles and tailoring.
One of the biggest advantages at AmNot is the variety of lengths. You can then choose different lengths for the pants, dresses and sweatshirts according to your size to have a garment specially adapted to you. If you are among the people who shop for clothes and never had a problem with the length of the clothes, well, good news for you! You just have to choose the "regular" length, nothing could be simpler! Besides, if you are one of the 24 million people like me, who too often find themselves with "capris" instead of sweatpants or "long" dresses rather than a t-shirt dress, well, I'm talking to you! Whether you are short or tall, XS or XXL, we have a size chart suitable for you, and me! You can choose the length short, regular or long depending on your size and our simplified chart! No more compromises! If you are still not convinced, you can write to us by chat or email, and we will be happy to answer you very quickly! Gone are the days when joggers are "capris" and short dresses are "long" dresses.
For any questions about our sizes, do not hesitate to write to us by chat or by email at email@example.com.