Size Guide

We now have sizing chart tables for each individual garment on the product page. Please refer to to theSize Chart above the sizing buttons or the Fit and Sizing tab at the bottom of the product page. (Please note some older styles may not have charts for every size.)

General Sizing Information

Please follow our measuring guide below to help you choose the best size Harlow garment for you.

If you would like a little information regarding the perfect fit for you, refer to the product images; each image will include the models size and measurements for you to reference and compare to assist with your size selection.

Please note that we are a plus size brand, so when comparing sizing with a brand you own, if they are a conventional brand with sizes 8-16, you will most likely need to size up, if you are comparing your sizing based on another plus size brand, we should be similar. Still unsure? Send us a email at and we will be happy to help out.

For international visitors: Please note that size numbering is based on Australian sizing standards and will vary in most other countries. Please check your measurements to determine sizing as online sizing charts can vary.




How to take your measurements:

Its best if possible to get a friend to help you, measurements are easier to take and more accurate when you have help.

Bust: Lift your arms up in the air & measure around your body, crossing over the fullest part of your chest.

Waist: Measure around your waistline at your narrowest point, keeping the tape loose and comfortable for best result.

Hips: Stand with your heels together and measure 22cm down from your waist (around the fullest part of your hips).

If for any reason, you have any questions in regards to sizing or quality, please feel free to email the team at or DM us on Facebook, we are always happy to help getting you into the right size for the first time.

We also have a guest blog on our website from Sydney Stylist, Alarna Hope about how to measure yourself:

We know that online shopping can be a pain... By Alarna Hope.