Here are some tips to help you order the correct size. If you don't have a measuring tape, use a piece of string and hold it alongside a ruler. If you have any questions, please message us.

How To Measure

Height
Measure from the top of the head to the ground, without shoes. 

Waist
Measure the natural waistline  (find it by tipping to the side like a teapot). 

Chest
Measure under the arms, around the fullest part of the chest.

Size up to ensure a better fit

Industry standard for girls & baby clothes is to use age as the size, but it is important to measure your child as it is possible to have an older child that still needs a smaller size, or conversely a younger child that needs to size up. For example, a baby that is 14 months may still be wearing size 6-12 months given her measurements. If when measuring your child falls into two different sizes between weight and length then it is best to size up to ensure a better fit.

Note apparel in sizes up to 2 years accommodates extra room for a diaper. Measurements up to 2 years below are represented with a diaper on.

Different size charts for each brands

We have multiple clothing brands from Korea and they have their own size charts. Please make sure to check the size chart of product pages. 

Models size

Yeonsoo (3Y 9 months) : 105cm/ 16kg/ Usually wear size M, but sometimes L (depending on the cutting)

Jungmin (Mum) : 166cm 57kg

Jooha (2Y 5 months) : 95cm 12kg/ Usually wear size S, but sometimes M (depending on the cutting)