Size Conversion Chart
Worrying if the shoe sizes are too big or small? View below for the recommended size conversion chart we have done specially for Charles & Keith products.
Charles & Keith is currently using Asia sizing for its footwear collection. To get the best possible fit, we suggest:
1) First measure the length of your feet, and check against the size conversion chart.
2) Alternatively, you can select the sizes based on the commonly used size conversion chart.
We recommend the following steps to get your best possible fit for our footwear collections.
STEP 1 - Measuring the length of your feet. First, lean your foot against a wall on concrete ground that forms a 90 degree right angle. (as seen in illustration 1.1). Next, please measure the distance between point A to B as depicted in illustration 1.2. The distance between A and B will be your feet dimension.
STEP 2 – Selecting the size. Please refer to the size chart and select the Asia size closest to the length of your feet. Alternatively, you can select the Asia size based on the commonly used size guides listed (e.g. USA, Europe) etc.
(Charles & Keith uses Asia size for its footwear collection)
|EUROPE||USA||UK||JAPAN||LENGTH OF FOOT
(rounded to the nearest cm)
- If both sides of your feet are different in length, we recommend that you select the shoe size based on the longer length.
- The current recommended size chart does not include half size recommendations. We suggest that you select the shoe size based on the length closest to your feet measurement.
- Please note that Foot Length is not equivalent to the length of the shoes.
- Please note that the comfort of a shoe is affected by a combination factors such as size, cutting and heel height etc. Eg. Shoes with the same size but different cutting may not give the wearer the same level of comfort.
- Please note that the above information are recommended guidelines to get your best possible fit for Charles & Keith footwear collections only.
- If you need further assistance with sizing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Measuring For Your Belt.
To get the best possible fit, we suggest:
- Firstly, decide on the type of belt you will be wearing.
- Next, measure the length of your waist, followed by checking against the size conversion chart.
We recommend the following steps to get your best possible fit for our belt collections.
Step 1 - Measuring your waist size
Step 1.1 - Decide whether you will be wearing the belt at your waist or on your hips, lower rise. This will affect the fit of the belt.
Step 1.2 - For mid-waist belts, measure around your natural waistline (just at the belly button).
Step 1.3 - For high-waist belts, measure about 11⁄2 inch from natural waistline.Step 1.4 - For low-waist belts, measure around 4 inches from natural waistline, where your low-rise jeans would fall. Aside from that, hip belts are carried in larger sizes so they can be worn on the hips.
Step 2 - Selecting the size
Step 2.1 – The measurement which you obtain in Step 1 is your waist or hip size (in centimeters). Please refer to the illustration 2.1, size chart, and select the belt size closest to the length of your waist/ or hip.
- The size of a belt indicates the measurement from the buckle prong (or other method of closure) to the middle hole of the belt (as seen in illustration 3.1).
- Please note that the above information are recommended guidelines to get your best possible fit for Charles & Keith belt collections only.