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Size Guide: Overview

Shopping online can be frustrating when it comes to finding the perfect fitting clothing piece or accessory. At shopAKIRA.com, accurate measurements and fit are important in order for our customer to find the perfect item.

The size charts are general guidelines for average measurements. Sizes will vary depending on designer, cut, style and fabrication. Most of our clothing will fit true to size unless otherwise noted. Our models are on average of 5'9 - 5'10 and wear a size small, size 2 - 4.

Please note that many of the AKIRA labeled dresses lean toward a body conscious fit.

If you are uncertain about a particular style, please contact our customer service team by phone at 1-866-477-2299 during regular hours M-F 9:00AM-6:00PM CST or by email at [email protected].


Clothing Conversion Size Chart

ALPHA SIZE XS S M L
US 0 2-4 6 8-10
UK 4 6-8 10 12
EUROPE 34 36 38 40
AUSTRALIA 6 8 10 12
JAPAN XS S M L
Pant Size 24" 25"-26" 27"-28" 29"-30"


Akira Label Dress Conversion Chart

Our tighter-fit AKIRA label dresses tend to run a bit small. Please refer to the below

ALPHA SIZE XS S M L
US 00 0-2 4-6 8
UK 2 4 6-8 10
EUROPE 32 34 36 38
AUSTRALIA 4 6 8 10
JAPAN XS S M L
Pant Size 24" 25"-26" 27"-28" 29"-30"


AKIRA DENIM SIZE CHART

AKIRA denim comes with stretch. If you are in between sizes and prefer a snug fit, consider sizing down.

Waist Size 23”-24” 25”-26” 26”-27” 27”-28” 29”-30” 30”-31” 31”-32” 32”-33” 33”-34”
AKIRA Denim 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17

Size Guide: Shoes

Shoe size may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Fit is tested using size 8-8.5 shoe. Recommendations to order smaller or larger shoe will be visible on description (e.g., "runs narrow; order 1/2 size up.")

HOW TO MEASURE SHOE SIZE LENGTH: Place ruler on the ground, perpendicular to the wall, so the '0' is against the wall. In bare feet, step on the ruler, with the back of your heel against the wall. The measurement taken at the longest part of your foot determines your shoe size.

HOW TO MEASURE SHOE SIZE WIDTH: With the ruler in the same position, step with your bare foot onto the ruler - this time with the outside of your foot touching the wall. The measurement taken at the widest part of your foot determines your shoe width.

HOW TO MEASURE HEEL HEIGHT: We measure from a size 8-8.5 shoe and will vary slightly depending on the size you order. The heel is measured up the center back of the heel to where it meets the sole. All measurements are approximate and rounded down to the nearest quarter inch.


Standard Shoe Conversion Chart

US 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11
EU 36-37 37 37-38 38 38-39 39 39-40 40 40-41 41 41-42
UK 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9
JAPAN 23 23.5 24 24.5 25 25.5 26 26.5 27 27.5 28
AUS 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5
Inches 8.875" 9.0625" 9.25" 9.375" 9.5" 9.6875" 9.875" 10" 10.1875" 10.3125" 10.5"
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FASHION KILLA BEDAZZLE ANKLE BOOTS

FRANCES
FASHION KILLA BEDAZZLE ANKLE BOOTS
FRANCES

Regular Price: $59.90

Special Price $20.00

Availability: Out of stock

This shoe runs small. Please go up an entire size.

Haters gone hate, but we think you’re gonna love these boots, which are the shoe equivalent of ice cream on the couch with your favorite trash/gold movie. The AKIRA label Fashion Killa Bedazzle Ankle Boots are lined in faux fur with a thick low sole, and decorated with glimmering rhinestones, just to stick it to the people who don’t understand their unique form of beauty. These boots got you toasty all winter, so shake it off and just do you.

Fit and details (measured from US women’s size 7):

Man made textile upper
Faux fur lining
Synthetic sole
0.75” sole height
13” shaft circumference
5.75” shaft height
Runs super small - consider one or two sizes up
Flat chunky sole
Rounded toe

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Runs small!
These boots are gorgeous and look exactly as pictured however they run about a six and a half too small and since these shoes don't come in half sizes I had to go up 2 whole sizes! Other than that inconvenience these boots are the bomb!!! Review by Steph / (Posted on 12/1/2017)