The most important thing about a piece of clothing is how it fits.

I mean what’s the point of wearing something that’s not the right size, or length, or fit?

Your clothing is supposed to make you feel empowered. It should hug your body, compliment your form, make you feel confident- not drag you down!

But the issue with fast-fashion is that the entire culture is built around looking a certain way and having a certain body type.

So let this serve as an opportunity to remind you (Lord knows I need to hear it every once in a while) to wear the clothes- don’t let them wear you

Because at the end of the day, all that matters is your happiness and how you feel on the inside. 

That’s why (shopaholic that I am) I keep my body measurements saved in my Notes app- so that I can always verify my true size for each item before getting it. 

And let me tell you, this little trick has saved me so much time and effort from never having to make returns again!

No more going to the post office, or dealing with customer service, or printing out shipping labels. 

Ever since I started doing this, I stopped caring about what size clothing item I was getting and my relationship with my personal style and clothing improved drastically-

Let's just say I'm no stranger to standing in front of a closet full of clothes that you don’t feel good in (it's the worst). 

And since our mission at RareFit™ is to help women feel their best and most confident, let me tell you how I order clothes that fit me perfectly every single time.


We heard your concerns, and made the changes necessary to best serve you 

As a growing passion project, we are committed to hearing your voices and meeting your needs. 

With our decision to move production to LA, we were not only able to practice sustainably, but  we are also able to follow a standard US sizing chart. 

This means that our sizes reflect the most average sizes in each sizing category for the United States. 

And with sizes ranging from XXS - XXL, we are proud to be able to make clothing fit for every body.

Because every body is beautiful, and size, no matter how big or small, does not determine worth and does not define your beauty.

So, here’s how to find your RareFit™ sizing 👇🏻

The most commonly used measurements for clothing are your bust, waist, and hip circumference measurements.

They match the three inflection points of the female body shape which are the curviest parts of the female form. 

The ratio between your bust, waist, and hips determines the overall shape that your body takes, and understanding the relationship between these three variables is key to dressing and sizing for your body. 

Two people with the same waist to hip ratio can appear dramatically different if their bust circumferences are different. And the same goes for each inflection point. 

To find your measurements, simply grab a measuring tape and measure around the fullest part of each inflection point (bust, waist, hips) while keeping the tape flat and pressed against the body. 

Finding Your Sizing For Tops

Your bust is the primary measurement used to select your sizing for tops. 

To measure your bust, hold the measuring tape at chest center and wrap around the fullest part of your bust. Make sure to keep the tape flat and pressed against the skin for the most accurate measurement. 

A larger size will provide a looser band fit for lighter support and a more casual feel. 

A smaller size will offer more support and a more tight and snug feel. It’s up to you to see which fit you prefer. 

Sizing For Bottoms

There are two inflection points for the lower portion of the female body: the waist and the hips. 

For the waist, you will measure around the narrowest portion of your trunk, typically located at belly button level. 

For measuring the hips, you will measure around the widest portion of your bum. 

Once you have your measurements, you can decide how you’d like to size your clothing to fit you as you please. Sizing down would offer tighter compression at the waist, while sizing up will offer a looser fit. 

Note- the inseam measures the length of the pants. A higher number suggests a longer fit. 

How To Locate Your Size 

Once you have your measurements at hand (I recommend saving them in your notes for easy access), all you have to do is refer to our Sizing Charts located on every product page so you can easily select your truest size. 

Now it's your turn!

Now that we’ve gone over how to find your perfect Rare Fit™ size, it’s your turn to grab that measuring tape and say goodbye to clothing that doesn’t leave you feeling empowered and confident.

Our mission is to have you feeling like your best self and setting the standard as such. 

Because there is only one of you, and that is your superpower. 

That is rare. 

Shop our newest collection and find your perfect fit!

March 03, 2022 — Salpi Thorossian