Do you want to make sure your measurements are right before buying an item? Do you want to find out if that off-the-shoulder top is going to be too tight on your chest or if the skirt will fall down because it's not fitting you properly?
If so, continue to read this article because we've got your back. All you need is a tape measure and you can get any size of dress you want!
Measure yourself with a tape measure over your underwear or form-fitting clothing.
Compare those measurements with the size charts (we have it for every products).
If you don't have dress makers measuring tape, use a string to place around your body and mark the length and then spread the string out on a long ruler.
The chart below indicates where to measure your body. Use the diagram to help you measure on the right spots!
BUST: Measure around the back, under the arms and across the fullest part of the bust. The tape measure should be flat against the figure, straight across the back and not too tight.
WAIST: Measure around the waist, with the tape measure flat against the figure but not too tight.
HIPS: Measure over the fullest part of the hips, usually 21 - 23cm down from the waist. The fullest part of the hip maybe higher or lower depending on the individual figure.
If your measurements are slightly different than our size chart, don't worry! Choose the closest sizes and they should fit you perfectly.