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Posted 01 January 2013 - 06:55 AM
I have come across city chic clothing recently and I would like to purchase some things online.
Just wondering for anyone who wears there clothing, What are the sizings like?
I am usually a size 16 in bottoms and tops in say target brand. Are there sizings pretty average?
I dont want to go and spend a lot of money (they are quite expensive )and find the sizings are all over the place.
Posted 01 January 2013 - 09:13 AM
They have a size chart on their site which gives you a good idea of what would fit.
When ordering anything online, I find it's best to get & use your measurements to ensure that you should get the right fit/size from the get go.
As with all clothing though, the fit may differ depending on the style/cut of the item in question. Their returns policy is pretty good.
I've not had any issues with their sizing at all, though you may find that if you are a 16 in the regular target brand, you could be a 14 at City Chic because their clothes are a bit more generous as they are more for the curvy girls. (Similar to Autograph, Target's MODA etc)
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