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Help me with H&M cardigan sizes

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idontwanttogoooooooooooo Thu 12-Mar-20 12:18:59

I'm buying a cardigan (hopefully if in stock) on H&M I think I need a Uk 16 as I've just had a baby. What would this be in their letter sizes ., I don't want it tight would it be XL ?

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Ginkypig Thu 12-Mar-20 14:57:55

I find H&M to be really funny for sizes!

I'm a 16 mostly

Iv got a little crochet type cardigan to go over dresses that fitted me as a m and a jumper that fired as an m but is a bit short on me but a top that needed to be an xl so I always try on now before buying anything.

Ginkypig Thu 12-Mar-20 14:59:04

Sorry I know that's not helpful

nbee84 Thu 12-Mar-20 15:01:11

H&M sizes are all over the place I've got various items of clot6from there ranging from a size 8 to a 16. I'm normally a 12 confused

nbee84 Thu 12-Mar-20 15:01:37

*clothing

CatBatCat Thu 12-Mar-20 17:18:31

H&M have no rhyme, reason or logic for their sizing. You need to try it on.

onlyconnect Thu 12-Mar-20 18:32:27

I think they're a bit small compared to somewhere like Next or White Stuff so maybe size up.

fairyfingers Thu 12-Mar-20 22:47:47

I am an H&M anomaly in that I find it runs big on me. I have the cotton fitted cardigans in a s or a m and I'm a short, short waisted hourglass/pear size 14.

I have tops and jumpers in m and l but xl is always too big.

I am short and squashy though. Like a little gnome.

That literally didn't help at all did it.

LellyMcKelly Fri 13-Mar-20 05:03:39

H&M sizes are made up, even the same top in a different colour come up differently. You’ll probably need to try it on. Their cotton cardis are nice, good value, simple, and really good quality, so worth trying on for fit.

beingarayofsun Fri 13-Mar-20 11:19:12

Sorry names changed but What size would you estimate L to be then? I'm ordering online, of course can return but would like to try get the best size

homemadecommunistrussia Fri 13-Mar-20 20:04:11

I am a 16 and wear the XL mostly for room in the sleeves, otherwise I might get away with a L.

UnicornMadeOfPinkGlitter Sat 14-Mar-20 07:56:36

I would say xl would be too big for a 16. Go for the L.

slinkysaluki Tue 17-Mar-20 07:16:34

Im a 16 and size L fits perfectly

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