You are always welcome to e-mail your measurements or attach them in your order, so we can double-check whether the selected size fits you: Bust, waist and hip size.
Below you can see Ecouture’s basic size guide, but make sure to always look at the individual measurements of each item.
|Hip 1 (cm)||85||90||95||100||105||110|
|Hip 2 (cm)||95||100||105||110||115||120|
How do I take my measurements? It is not difficult to measure your body. All that is required is a measuring tape and a little patience…
Bust: Measure your chest at its widest point and make sure the measuring tape is level across your back. Waist: Measure your waist at the narrowest point. Hip 2: Measure your hips at the widest point and make sure the tape is level across your buttocks.
If you want to take care of your clothes, then please remember to read the washing instructions for each item in the shop. Remember that cotton shrinks a little in the wash!
Hand wash the clothes carefully in 30-40 °C warm water and do not let them soak, as it may cause discolouration. Allow the clothes to drip dry. If you hang your clothes outside, the wind can sometimes help to “iron” them. All our prints withstand heat and it is a good idea to give it an extra iron before washing to fasten the print a second time. If you wash like this, your Ecouture clothes will last for a really long time and it is sustainable.
NOTE! Try to generally wash less – sometimes it is best to air your clothes and not wash them.
Can of course be difficult to remove. If you get stains on your clothes, be careful not to rub too hard on the same place on dry material. It can sometimes lead to removing a little excess dye and it results in a lighter area on the clothing. (No harsh chemicals are used at Ecouture to fix the colour, so there will often be excess dye.) To remove a stain, the whole dress should be washed and in the process gently rub the stained area. If the material is one colour, you can let it soak overnight.
Remember to wash and dry with care; the environmental impact of washing and tumble drying a piece of clothing exceeds the environmental impact of even conventional production.
If you want to take care of your clothes, remember to make a note of the washing instructions in the product description for each style in the web shop.