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size guide

The following charts will help you match the original's size scheme for this product (indicated in the dropdown) to your usual size.

Garments size chart

fr
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
it
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
de
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
uk
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
us
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
general
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
s - m - l
xs
s
m
l
xl
xxl
xxxl
jeans size (us)
24-25
26-27
28
29-30
31-32
33
34
Italian Menswear
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
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xs
s
m
l
xl
xxl
xxxl

Hoisiery size chart

xs/s
s/m
m/l
l/xl

Shoes size

it
35
35.5
36
36.5
37
37.5
38
38.5
39
39.5
40
40.5
41
41.5
42
uk
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
5.5
6
6.5
7
7.5
8
8.5
9
us
5
5.5
6
6.5
7
7.5
8
8.5
9
9.5
10
10.5
11
11.5
12
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35
35.5
36
36.5
37
37.5
38
38.5
39
39.5
40
40.5
41
41.5
42

NOTE: Shoe sizes on Wait and See are Italian unless otherwise stated.

Socks size

it
35/37
36/38
38/40
39/41
one size
one size

Belts size

eu
70
75
80
85
90
general
xs/s
m/l
xl/xxl

Rings size

eu
48
50
52
54
56
general
6
7
8
9

Hats size

us
61/2
65/8
63/4
67/8
7
71/8
73/8
71/2
75/8
uk
63/8
61/2
65/8
63/4
67/8
7
71/4
73/4
71/2
europe
53
54
55
56
57
59
60
61
xs
s
s
m
m
l
xl
xl
one size
one size

Gloves size

general
s
m
l
general
6
6.5
7/7.5
8
8.5/9

Various items

one size
one size

Please note, this is an approximate size conversion guide. Conversions may vary from brand to brand. For further information or advice, contact customer care




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WHAT IS YOUR NAME AND WHAT DO YOU DO IN LIFE?

Hi everyone! I am Judith Bradl, An Art Historian and a Content Creator in the fields of Fashion and Art.

WHAT IS YOUR NAME AND WHAT DO YOU DO IN LIFE?

My name is Roswitha and I am a grandmother! When I was young, I was a Primary School Teacher; now I dedicate myself to Art, Philosophy, Books and Culture.

JUDITH, HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR GRANDMOTHER’S STYLE?

My grandmother's style is very romantic and feminine, she loves handmade things and she often dresses in these beautiful jackets that she makes herself.  She is a very talented all-round artist, a source of great inspiration to me, also for her inner peace - I admire her a lot.

On the other hand, I would describe my style as pop, very playful, maximalist and “weird girl”: for me there are never too many colours, there is no limit when it comes to patterns and fabrics. I love playing with fashion, I love the irony of clothes and also this mix between imperfection, (perfection is too boring in my opinion), and flashes of colour.
I am also very passionate about vintage - I live for it! I really love the 70’s and collecting clothes from that period. Dressing according to 70’s fashion, of which I have a collection of great pieces, with the addition of a contemporary touch is a must for me. I love the past but my intention is always to include the future in my combos: this challenge particularly fascinates me.

ROSWITHA, HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR GRANDDAUGHTER'S STYLE?

My granddaughter has a very individual and beautiful style. I like it a lot! Colourful, extravagant and lively, with cheerful colours.

JUDITH, WHO IS YOUR MOST INSPIRING PERSON OR HAS INSPIRED YOU?

I don't really have a style icon in particular, what inspires me the most is Art and Vintage Movies which are a huge source of inspiration for me. My style - if I really must associate it to any icons - is a mix between Iris Apfel and Audrey Hepburn. Hepburn's elegance and sophistication is so mesmerizingly beautiful, whereas I adore Apfel’s underlying sense of irony and playfulness which I totally tap into. She is obviously amused by details, jewellery for instance, are not just details: they become a fundamental part of a look. Just by adding a cute bag, a hat or an extravagant necklace, the styling can get totally revolutionized. I completely relate to the philosophy of not taking oneself too seriously.

We should start seeing our bodies, and our persona, as an artist's blank canvas on which to pour whatever we want, daring with colours and experimenting just like artists do. In my opinion, there should be no limits in fashion, it should be a creative process. That is why for me Fashion is Art.

ROSWITHA, WHO IS YOUR MOST INSPIRING PERSON OR HAS INSPIRED YOU?

I am very inspired by classical Italian Artists such as Raffaello, Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo.

JUDITH, WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE COLOUR?

My favourite colour is actually the mix of them, I never want to limit myself to just one colour. I love the combination of different nuances that probably no one would ever think to mix! Combining a green with an orange and a yellow, for example. Inventing combinations that generally one might not dare to wear.

ROSWITHA, WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE COLOUR?

My favourite colours are light ones like yellow, orange and red.

JUDITH, WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE SONG?

These days, like perhaps many of us, I am listening to Abba a lot. I must say that I have been listening to them for a long time but it now seems like it’s the trend of the moment!
I am very happy about this revival: the irresistible and positive energy of their sound gets one into an immediate urge to groove!

ROSWITHA, WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE SONG?

My favourite piece is “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” by Wolfang Amadeus Mozart.

ROSWITHA, WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE KIND OF BOOKS?

I like philosophical and spiritual books.

JUDITH, WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE BOOK?

I must say that I really love reading, especially Art Catalogues. An impressive book that I recently read is 'My Life', the autobiography written by Isadora Duncan, the famous dancer. She is another woman who always inspired me: she has always managed to pick herself up despite a great deal of adversities. This capability is precisely what impressed me the most.

JUDITH, DO YOU HAVE A FUNNY ANECDOTE ABOUT YOUR GRANDMOTHER?
 
I remember very clearly that she used to often tell me stories from the past, recounting them in a fascinating way. She used to be a teacher and is still an artist. I remember accompanying her to the Art School - which she still attends. She reads a lot; she is an intellectual and for that reason I admire her so much. I love reading a lot too, and I am really curious: the characteristic that unites us is definitely this curiosity for the world, for discovering new habitats, people and fields. We love adventures, travelling and discovering the world. I am constantly inspired by her.
 
I also remember when - during the pandemic period - she taught me how to crochet and many other crafty techniques. We spent some great moments together, the time we spent together was wonderful and l learned these almost forgotten skills that require a lot of time and patience.

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