Size guide


NAGO clothes are designed to last you season after season, so it’s worth making sure they fit and feel well. Check product descriptions for specific sizing & measurements. How to select the right size for your figure? Grab a measuring tape and get ready. We have a few tips for you!  🧐

You can measure yourself either by:

Using a tape measure, take measurements whilst standing, either directly or through a thin layer of clothing. 

1.  Bra size – place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust

2.  Waist size – wrap the measuring tape around the narrowest part of your torso 

3.  Hip size – take the measurement of the widest part of your hips  

4.  Inside leg length – measure the inside of your leg starting at the crotch all the way to the bottom

Some of our styles are designed for a oversize or relaxed fit, e.g. our sweatshirts. It’s worth paying attention to product descriptions to make sure the fit matches your preference.

The best way to do this is to compare product measurements to a similar garment you already own.

1. Width – take the pit to pit measurement.
2. Length – measure the length from the top of the collar to the bottom hem.
3. Sleeve length – from the top of the sleeve hem to the bottom of the cuff
4. Inside leg length - from the crotch sean to the bottom og the leg, alongside the inner hem.

All our bodysuits are fitted – they should not be too tight or feel loose. If your ideal measurement is between sizes, out advice is to pick the smaller size.

All garments made from our ribben cotton jersey contain a small amount of elastane for extra durability and a perfect fit.