How do I measure the right size?

If you want to measure your sizes it's best to do this in just your underwear. This prevents the measurements from being incorrectly larger. Use a measuring tape in centimeters (cm) and gently put the measuring tape around your body, don't pull it too tight. The sizes relate to standard sizes.

 

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  • Chest size
    For measuring the top width of your chest size place the measuring tape around your chest at the same height as the nipples.
  • Waist
    For measuring your waist, place the measuring tape around the spot where your waist is the most narrow (just above the belly button)
  • Hip size
    For measuring your hip size, place the measuring tape around the widest part of your hips.
  • Where are your sizing charts?
    We place all our sizing charts under the tab 'Description'. Use our handy guide 'How do I measure the right size?' to correctly measure your own sizes and to compare these to the sizes in the said sizing chart. When an article of clothing has a certain quality this is also stated in that same description tab.

    Sadly not all of our products have such a description. In case you're not sure about what size to pick you can always send us an email at service@succubus.nl with your measurements and any other questions you might have. You'll recieve a reply from us as soon as possible with a size advice. Even though we try our very best to provide you with an accurate size advice this has no guarantee. Little differences can always occur, and the cut itself could also be unfit. 

    General sizing charts and sizing information
    Because all of our items fit differently unfortunately we cant use a 'standard' sizing chart. Momentarily we're trying to go through all of our items and measure them to create sizing charts. These will appear on the item page as soon as possible. Even though we try our very hardest to create a sizing chart that is as accurate as possible, these don't guarantee the exact right size. Little differences can occur in the measurements per shipment, it could also be that the cut itself is unfit for your body type. Is there a sizing chart missing? Of course you could always mail us the name of items so we can personally tell you how they fit.

    Generally we can say:

     

    XS

    S

    M

    L

    XL

    2XL

    3XL

    4XL

    5XL

    6XL

    NL

    34

    36

    38

    40

    42

    44

    46

    48

    50

    52

    UK

    8

    10

    12

    14

    16

    18

    20

    22

    24

    26

     

    In the description you'll usually find more information about the fit and the amount of stretch the item has.