Our clothes come in a variety of measurements - some are age ranges and some are a magical Scandinavian measurement in centimeters (also referred to as cl by Duns Sweden/More Than A Fling). I've converted to age ranges for easier understanding, but I recommend that you still measure and check below to see what size will fit your child the best.
Below are size charts from some of our biggest clothing lines, so you can get a sense of what the height ranges are for a given age range/brand.
So what number matters the most? Measure your child from the top of their head to the floor (in centimeters)
What about the fit? Where I have personal experience, I've made a note on the product page. For example, the More Than A Fling leggings are slim fitting, but their baggy pants are... well... baggy and we've had to go down a size in order to have them fit our slim son's waist.
Each brand has different ranges, so we've summarized them below for you!
|North American Sizing||European Sizing|
|6 months||68 cm|
|9 months||74 cm|
|12 months||80 cm|
|18 months||86 cm|
|24 months||92 cm|
|3 years||98 cm|
|4 years||104 cm|
|5 years||110 cm|
|6 years||116 cm|
|7 years||122 cm|
|9 years||134 cm|
|10 years||140 cm|
Little Green Radicals size chart
DUNS Sweden and More Than A Fling size chart
Maxomorra size chart