YACCOMARICARD was established in Japan in 1977 at a time when people had started to seek out luxury in their clothing. Our belief was that the creation of loose fitting pieces in one size could act as tools of self-expression and convey a sense of luxurious excess. We love the versatility of the oversized and although we introduced sizes in 2015 we still design pieces that are to be worn slightly oversized, rather than form fitting.

Our sized styles are available in a size 1, a size 2 and occasionally a size 3. We still make ONE SIZE pieces, these are marked as N on the swing tickets and inside labels, and tend to reflect our oversized, loose-fitting roots.

Our sizes aren’t standard and there will be variation between a size 1 in one style and a size 1 in another which is why we list the measurements of each style in the description.


If you are not sure of the best size to order, we recommend checking the individual finished garment measurements that are shown alongside each garment.

If you would like advice or more garment measurements, please contact us for assistance care@yaccomaricard.london 



To measure the bust size of a top we lay the item flat, measure from underarm to underarm and then double that measurement, so it gives us the size around the body.

​To measure the length of a top we lay the item flat measure the centre back from under the collar to the hemline. If the item has an asymmetrical hemline we will detail the shortest and the longest length. We measure the centre back of all shirts, vests, dresses, jackets, coats etc to determine length.


We measure both trouser size and skirt size in three places. For trousers we measure waist, inside leg length and total length. And for skirts - waist, hips and total length.

​The waistband range measurement is taken when the waistband is relaxed then doubled which provides us with the smallest size and then extended and doubled which gives us the largest.

​The inside leg measurement is taken from the trouser hem to the crotch on the inside leg. The total length of the trouser and skirt is measured from the top of the waistband to the hem. The skirt hip size is measure 15-20cms below the waist and then doubled.