Asian sizing systems used in countries such as Korea & Japan vary slightly from the sizing system you may be used to. In general, Asian sizing is one or two sizes smaller than western sizing. We'd suggest going one size up for a slightly tighter fit, 2 for a looser fit and even more for an oversized fit.
To prevent unnecessary returns, we would kindly ask you to please measure yourself before ordering. Note that questions like "I am a US size X, should I buy size Y on Lianox?" are impossible to answer: The fits of clothing pieces are different from product to product and from brand to brand, therefore you might have a different size for each piece you order. So, again: Please, measure yourself and determine your size for each product!
Some more information and tips:
- When a product is "One Size", it does not mean "one size fits all", it means that this particular product is only available in one single size -- the measurements for these are always on the product page. Asian sizes are smaller than European or American sizes, so for most products, it is perfectly normal to go up one or two sizes. For an oversized fit, as seen on most our model pictures, please generously size up.
- The measurements are the measurements of the garment, NOT your body. Example: If your bust is 110cm, you should not buy a garment that states 110cm as a bust measurement -- that would be a skintight fit.