How To Measure
How to Chose Your Wedding Dress Size
Before you even begin browsing online, it's important to know your measurements and what silhouettes work best for your body type.
This will help ensure that your wedding dress fits you perfectly. Since you're not viewing your desired dresses in person, it's also helpful to familiarize yourself with different types of fabrics so that you can get a sense of how certain wedding dresses will fit and feel.
Ordering in Custom Size will ensure your gown is a perfect fit. You can always order dress in Standard size as well - just remember bridal sizing might mean your gown's number could often be higher than what you wear in your regular clothes. Even if going bigger sounds horrifying, remember that no one will know the number. If you plan on losing some weight before the big day, shop for dresses in your current size rather than going smaller.
Remember - it’s much easier to take a dress in than trying to work with one that’s way too snug.
We recommend you to have your measurements taken by a professional before buying any gown online. Please refer to the measurement instructions and measure yourself carefully.
Most important measurements for Custom dress are:
- Natural Height
- Shoulder to Floor
- Shoulder to shoulder
- Armhole (armcage)
- Arm length (for long sleeves dresses)
- Wrist Circumference (for long sleeves dresses)
- Hollow to ... your desired length or custom slit etc.
For Custom overals, pantsuits or rompers please provide following measurements:
Bust, Waist, Hips, Shoulder to shoulder, Shoulder to waist, Shoulder to floor, Natural height, Waist to crotch, Thigh circumference, Arm cage, Arm circumference, Arm Length, Wrist circumference and Heels height.
While measuring please use following guide: