Choosing the correct size

Finer and Dandy carefully selects ours products from vendors world-wide, including the United States, Europe and Asia with some items being hand-crafted to order.

There isn't a universal size chart for children's clothing so we recommend measuring your little one to make sure you get best size and fit before placing your order. 

 

How to measure 

The best way to measure yourself or your child is to take accurate measurements of the chest, waist and hips. Record the measurements in both inches and centimeters and then use our size charts to compare between international sizing standards. 

Chest: Measure around the fullest part of the chest with arms relaxed. 

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of the waist keeping it loose to allow some extra wiggle room. 

Hips: Measure around the largest part of the hip. 

Length: Measure the inseam of the leg from the crotch area to about where you want your pants or shorts to fall, keeping in mind that they will shorten when in a seated position. 

1 inch = 2.54 centimeters

Long sleeve bodysuits

Size Width Length
NB 7.25" 17.5"
6M 8.75" 18.5"
12M 9.75" 19.5"
18M 10.75" 20.5"

 

Short sleeve bodysuits

Size Width Length
NB 7.25" 11.5"
6M 8.75" 12.5"
12M 9.75" 13.5"
18M 10.75" 14.5"
24M 11.75" 15.5"

 

Toddler tees

Size Width Length
2T 12 14
3T 13 15
4T 14 16
5-6T 15 17

 

General US Newborn - 24M size chart

 Size Height  Weight
Newborn up to 20" 5-8 pounds
3M 20-23.5" 8-12.5 pounds
6M 24-25.5 13-16.5 pounds
9M 26-27.5 17-20.5 pounds
12M 28-30.5 21-23.5 pounds
18M 31-32.5 24-26.5 pounds
24M 33-34.5 27-30 pounds

 

 General US 2T-6 size chart

Size Length Weight
2 33-35 24-29 pounds
3 35-38 29-33 pounds
4 39-41 33-37.5 pounds
5 45-47 42-45 pounds
6 48-49 46-53 pounds