Clothing Sizing Information Killer Curves Clothing Australia Sizing GuideKiller Curves Clothing tests all the clothing and lists the Australian size equivalent in the checkout, whether size 18, 20 etc. This is because Killer Curves Clothing sources clothes from various US suppliers and there are variations from one brand to another, and also within one brand. So in one item you may be a Kiyonna X1, whereas in another item you may be a size X0. This is why Killer Curves Clothing advises that it is best to stick to what your usual Australian size (Size 16, 18 etc) is when ordering, which will be listed in the checkout beside the American size (X0, X1 etc)
For clothes that are listed as from Kiyonna, here is the link to the sizing information as they list it, in American sizeing. In the shopping cart, the equivalent Australiansize is put beside the X0, X1 etc - such as Size 16, 18 etc. The measurements they list here are noted to be approximate measurements for each garment.
These measurement are in inches, and are approximate. Killer Curves Clothing advises that the best policy is to purchase your usual Australian size (18, 22 etc) as listed in the checkout, as the sizes of X0, X1 often vary from item to item.
The American sizeing (X0, X1 etc is displayed, as well as the Australian equivalent, so please chose your normal Australian size (size 16, 18 etc)
As well as the above designer brands, Killer Curves Clothing stocks some more affordable, non designer brands. These clothes unfortunately don't come with measurements or a size chart. In choosing you size for these brands, simply chose the size you usually are in Australian sizes, unless otherwise advised on the product, such as "it may be advisable to go up from your usual size".