Pikolo sizes are now both UK and EU sizing. I really liked the EU way of measuring as I found this worked a lot better as children are rarely the size for their age. For EU sizing all you need to do is measure your child from head to heel. This gives you a general size. Then if you have a chunkier monkey or want the clothes to last a longer time with turning up cuffs – go a size up. If you’re in the middle go for the true size & If you have a wee one, size down. With organic cotton you always have some shrinkage – this is about 4%. With this in mind we feel after lots of size trials that the majority of the clothes are true to size, with the dungarees running a bit larger.
We do also have the UK sizing too, so its easy peasy to find what size you should get.
Our new hungry herbivores collection is true to size/generous. If you have tops from five a day you may have had to size up. You should not need to do this with our new relaxed fit and fabric.
They have been designed to give a little extra for cloth bums, but not too much to accommodate all nappy decisions.
If you are in any doubt, please contact me for help by emailing email@example.com
|adults x-small 6-8|
|adults small 8-10|
|adults meduim 12-14|
|adults large 16-18|
|adults x-large 20-22|
|adults xx-large 24-26|
adult size guide