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The problem for women in Australia is that there is no official sizing system. The Australian Standard Size Coding Scheme for women’s clothing was based on data gathered 41 years ago and was scrapped in 2008, allowing retailers to develop their own sizing scale. But many brands are relying on old customer profiles, which don’t reflect how our bodies have changed. The average Australian woman now measures 163 cm, weighs 71.1kg and is a size 14-16, according to recent ABS data. In 1966 the average woman was 161 cm tall and weighed 63 kg

We know that to be satisfied with an online purchase your garments need to fit comfortably and look amazing. We've made it as easy as we can to find your perfect fit. To help determine the best fit for you please follow the " how to measure" instructions and compare your measurements against our sizing chart.

If one of your body measurements is on the borderline between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit. If your body measurements for hips and waist correspond to two different suggested sizes, order the one indicated by your hip measurement.

Sizing guiide
THE BELOW CHART lists the inseam measurements of our tights. This is measured when the garment is laid flat and will stretch longer when worn.
Sizing SML