To help you choose the right size plus dress, please refer to the Size Chart below for petty through to plus size dresses. If you are not sure which size will fit you,please advise us your actual measurements,we will send the right dress as your measurements.
To ensure accurate measurements we suggest having a professional seamstress measure you. If you do not get a professional seamstress to take your measurements you should follow this guide to ensure proper fit.
Please Note: You should always have someone else take your measurements, physically measuring yourself will provide you with inaccurate numbers, so please have someone help you.
This chart is meant to be used for a general guideline only., please advise us your actual measurements when you order online.
|Under Bust||Nipple to nipple|
|Length of Shoulder to bust||Front Length Shoulder to Waist|
|Shoulder to Shoulder||Neck|
|Upper arm length|
Full Bust: Not your bra size! Take the tape around your back and bring it across the fullest part of your bust. Your arms should be relaxed, down at your sides. You must wear a bra when taking this measurement.
Waist: Around waist at smallest point. Let's start by tying a ribbon or piece of string around the natural waist, which would be around your torso at the smallest point. Leave the string in place while you do the rest of the measurements. You will need it for reference for some of the other measurements.
Hips: This is the widest part of your hips, across the hipbone. Measurement is taken approximately 7 inches below the natural waistline.
Upper Bust:Measure above your breasts in the same manner as you measured across them.
Under Bust:Measure under your breasts in the same manner as you measured over them.
Nipple To Nipple:bust point to bust point. Okay, technically, nipple to nipple.
Length of Should to bust:from the top of your shoulder down to bust point (nipple).
Front Length Shoulder to Waist:Remember that point on your shoulder. Well use that again and measure from there OVER your bust straight down to the ribbon on your waist.
Outer Leg:from waist to floor WITH your shoes on.
Armseye:This measurement gives me the size of the sleeve hole that you are comfortable wearing. This measurement is entirely subjective and you can make it as deep or as tight as you are comfortable with.
Neck:around neck loosely. You will not need this one unless your garment has a high neck and/or collar.
Arm Length:shoulder point to wrist arm bent.
Bicep:around arm at fullest part of upper arm.
Upper arm length:Measure from outer shoulder down to elbow.
In order to have the best possible experience, we strongly recommend that you have your measurements taken by a professional before buying any gown online
If you are unsure of what size of wedding dress to select, please Contact Us.