Find the perfect pieces to suit your body shape at Weekends. Because we sell many different designers, our measurements and cuts can differ. To help you find the perfect fit every time, see our handy size guidelines below.
Take your own body measurements
As a secure method to finding your perfect size, we recommend you take your own body measurements. You can then easily compare the numbers to our item measurements. You will find these in the ‘Size & Fit’ section or when you click on the ‘Item measurement chart’ for each item in our shop. Please note, that we measure all items horizontally and therefore only measure the width. If you want to find out the circumference, simply double the listed numbers to compare them e.g. to your chest measurements.
Measure your favourite piece
Another recommendation of ours to find your perfect size is measuring your favourite piece. Just measure your favourite item and take for e.g. the chest width. Please note, that we measure all items horizontally. Afterwards, you can compare the numbers to ours and look for an item which is similar to your favourite piece. Below where it says ‘Size & Fit’ or when you click on the link ‘Item measurement chart’ you will find the exact measurements for each item in our shop. More information on how we measure, can be found here.
Familiar manufacturer size
We sell many well-known brands in our shop whose sizing systems might be familiar to you. When choosing the right size for each item in our shop, you can easily switch between the AU size (14, 16, 18 etc.) and the manufacturer size (e.g. S, M, L). That way, you always get the right AU size which equals the manufacturer size you are already familiar with.
Body measurements chart
In order to gain insight into our sizing system, you can compare your own body measurements to our body measurement chart. As all manufacturers cut a bit differently, we only recommend this method as a first approach and a rough overview.
Information on tall and petite sizesShort length (eg. 42 short):
If you are shorter than 168 cm, you should choose the trouser size marked 'short'.
Standard length (eg. 42):
If you are between 168-175 cm tall, you should choose the standard trouser size.
Long length (eg. 42 long):
If you are taller than 176 cm, you should choose the trouser size marked 'long'.
International size conversion chart
The international size conversion chart informs you about what size equals your size in other countries. This is useful if you are used to dealing with sizing systems from other countries.