Right so this is probably common sense to anyone who is not me.
but I have lost count of the amount of times I have ordered clothes only to find they've been too big or too small dispite being the size I would normally buy.
it is worth remembering that clothes ordered from outside the uk (or whatever country your in) will be different to your own and many shops and brands the sizing differs between them.
always check the description and see if they have written the sizing in inches if its not written then ask.
in my experience a good seller will tell you.
Buying cheaper clothes is the best way to find and try new styles and things your usually wouldn't.
my rule is if you're trying a new colour stick to a style you know and love and visa versa. But sometimes its nice to find something totally out your comfort zone, its suprising how much stuff you'd dismiss only to find it really does suit you.
Ebay shopping is amazing for me as a mum, and due to the hatred of shops changing rooms, why do they have such horrible lighting?