Take Measurements

SIZE INFORMATION

TAKE MEASUREMENTS

Standard size can fit differently, depending on the fabrics, the style of the dress and the shape of the bride. We can reassure you that your dress will fit you absolutely perfect because it will be custom-made according to your personal measurements with also the opportunity to make any type of adjustment you may like before we submit the order to our tailors.

Please follow our instructions below on how to take your measurements:



Full Bust:

Take the tape horizontally around your chest and bring it across at the fullest part of your breasts.

Your harms should be relaxed down at your sides. You must wear a bra when taking this measure

Waist

Take the tape horizontally around the smaller part of your waistline.

Typically it’s an inch or so, above your belly button.

Also known as the natural waist line.

Hips

Take the tape horizontally around the widest part of your hip, across the hip bone.

Total height (wearing heels)

Hollow to Hem

It is the frontal and vertical measurement from the bottom of your neck (the indentation between your collar bones) to where the hem you want.

Attention please: Be sure you are wearing the same high of heel you will be wearing on your dress.

Neck: you need this measure only if your dress has high collar

Shoulder to Bust: Measure from your shoulder tip down to your nipple of the same side

Shoulder to waist: Measure from your shoulder tip straight down to the smaller part of your waist

Waist to Hem: Measure from waist to the hem you want.

Apex to Apex: (nipple to nipple): Measure bust point to bust point

Belly: Measure around the fullest part of your belly keeping the tape measure a little loose for comfort (Pregnant dress required)

Arm Hold: This is the size of your sleeve hole so make it as deep or as tight as you are comfortable with. If you want, you can take a measure from some clothes you already have.

Armpit to Elbow: Measure from armpit to elbow

Upper Arm Length: Outer shoulder to elbow

Bicep: Around the fullest part of your upper arm.

Arm length: Outer shoulder to wrist with your arm bent

Wrist: Measure your actual wrist circumference

Shoulders width: Measure from shoulder tip to shoulder tip, across your back.

Back length: From shoulder to waist. Measure from the same shoulder point that you measured for your front.