Information, or Lack thereof

MissAdara MissAdara
Organza tutu
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I keep finding products that just leave more to be desired. Does anyone else have this problem? Take the Organza Tutu, "one size fits most" can mean all kinds of different sizes! And there are some things that can stretch to multiple sizes. For example, I have a petticoat that can stretch (without losing length or fluff) from 1x-4x. I just wish we could find out as much as possible (besides reviews, because some products do not have reviews to read), so we know if we want to buy it or not.
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10/19/2012
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bayosgirl bayosgirl
Yeah, in that case, you just have to wait for reviews. I typically find the information on the product pages to be lacking. If there's not already 3 requests, you can always request it for a free assignment.
10/19/2012
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Leg Avenue's sizing runs pretty small with their tutus and such.
10/19/2012
Kindred Kindred
I believe that the information on the product pages is what is supplied by the manufacturer. With clothing, the issue is generally that sizing charts are not always part of the product information. Ideally, EF should provide the sizing chart for all clothing manufacturers. When in doubt, I generally go to the manufacturers website and look for the sizing chart. Here is Leg Avenue's: link
10/19/2012
<3BF <3BF
yes. Normally reviews will fill in the gaps but new products don't always have reviews.
10/19/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
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Originally posted by Kindred
I believe that the information on the product pages is what is supplied by the manufacturer. With clothing, the issue is generally that sizing charts are not always part of the product information. Ideally, EF should provide the sizing chart for ... More
This is what I was gonna say. If it doesn't list what OS fits I usually head to the manufacturers website to find out. Though honestly some of their size charts are just laughable. OS = dress size 4-14? Doubt it!
10/19/2012
AskEden AskEden
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Originally posted by Kindred
I believe that the information on the product pages is what is supplied by the manufacturer. With clothing, the issue is generally that sizing charts are not always part of the product information. Ideally, EF should provide the sizing chart for ... More
Right on Kindred! But that doesn't mean they can't change. Whenever we get information that doesn't match the reviews, we go with the information from the Community. We actually appreciate it!

If you find any incorrect info, please submit a support ticket!

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10/19/2012
kendra30752 kendra30752
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Originally posted by MissAdara
I keep finding products that just leave more to be desired. Does anyone else have this problem? Take the Organza Tutu, "one size fits most" can mean all kinds of different sizes! And there are some things that can stretch to multiple sizes. ... More
You are right. It's often very vague until someone does a nice review on a product. Heck, sometimes the product description is downright off! I mean I've gotten a dress that was totally diff than what was labeled. But, there are some cases where you don't have to totally be in the dark. You can sometimes see a size chart for the product, and while it's not always 100% correct, it's very helpful. Hang on, I'll see if the Tutu you're talking about has a size chart available for the "one size"...

okay, I see it's by Leg Avenue -- which has been a fabulous lingerie brand for ever bustier I've bought, if that's any help. I would think the Tutu would be at least decent, and it's elastic, so surely it'll be stretchy.

However, it does seem to be missing a size chart. But, for Leg Avenue, this is usually how One size fits most goes:

One size: 6-11 cup: A-C Bust: 32-28 Waist: 23-29 Hip: 34-40

I agree, those are very vague since there's a huge diff in a size 6 and 11, but usually I try and go up a size if I'm anywhere near the larger end of the scale on the chart.

So as long as you fit those measurements (give or take) I'd say it'd be okay.

But, I do agree. A big lack in the info dept!
10/25/2012
1001 Pleasures 1001 Pleasures
I go straight to product reviews if I want more detailed information on a product. If it's something I'm curious about but it doesn't have a detailed review, I'll add it to my wishlist and check on it later for more details.
01/19/2013
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