Coast sizing

(11 Posts)
Runningupthathill82 Thu 14-Jul-16 15:21:50

Coast...what's their sizing like? Spotted some culottes I like in the sale, but not sure to go for an 8 or a 10. Currently a 10 in Topshop and an 8 in most other places, if that helps...

LondonStill83 Thu 14-Jul-16 15:23:17

I find I am two sizes bigger at coast. So when I was a 12 I fit into a coast 16...

Now I am a 16 and I don't fit their clothes!

Runningupthathill82 Thu 14-Jul-16 17:34:45

Yikes! So I might be best off sizing up, from the sounds of it.

PETRONELLAS Thu 14-Jul-16 17:39:59

I've always found the dresses to be generous but think the cut suits my shape - big backside but small waist. Tops same. I'd probably size up in trousers but nothing else.

KayTee87 Thu 14-Jul-16 17:42:33

If you have any sort of boobs at all you defo need a size up. They always seem quite generous around the hips but tight on top.

TSSDNCOP Thu 14-Jul-16 22:33:15

I used to work there. Skirts/dresses/trousers: Very small in the waist, big on the hips. Tops: Very tight on the bust, odd length. Anything in jersey go two sizes down.

lookbeforeyouleap Thu 14-Jul-16 22:34:46

Sizes are very small, especially in the bust.

HappinessLivesHere Sun 17-Jul-16 21:42:56

Dresses are seriously tiny. I'm 5'4, 9.5 stone and had to get a 14!

IJustLostTheGame Mon 18-Jul-16 08:03:05

Size 10 fits me perfectly everywhere but on the norky. Size 12 is too big everywhere but the norks.

I gave up on coast years ago.

JamieVardysParty Mon 18-Jul-16 12:35:40

See, I find them to be on the generous side.

I'm an hourglass (32H) and would say I'm a large 12 - 10/12 in places like Next, more like a 14 in Topshop.

Coast 12 fits me absolutely perfectly.

ChicRock Mon 18-Jul-16 12:39:29

I find their sizing generous too, I always size down especially in skirts or trousers from there.

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