We will need your measurements to make the dress. Prepare a centimeter tape and measure yourself on your own, with the help of a friend or at an atelier. If you are taking measurements yourself, stand in front of a mirror to control the position of the measuring tape. Follow our instructions:


To measure, you need to be in the underwear with which you plan to wear the dress. Wrap the centimeter tape horizontally around the chest so that it runs along its most prominent part. Make sure that the tape lies strictly horizontally around the entire circumference, do not stick out your chest and do not exhale, stay in the usual state.


To take a measurement, the belly must be bare. The waist is the narrowest part of the torso, which is usually at the navel level or slightly higher. Wrap a centimeter-long ribbon around your waist. Stand up straight and breathe normally. The ribbon should lie parallel to the floor and fit snugly around your waist, but not cut into the skin.


Stay in your underwear to take this measurement. Put your feet together. Find the widest part of the hips and wrap the hips around with a centimeter tape. Check with a mirror that the centimeter tape is laid correctly, the tape should lie parallel to the floor everywhere.


To take this measure, you must be barefoot. Find a place where you can stand with your back to the wall and put a mark on it. Stand with your back to the wall, legs together. Straighten up. Your heels, back, shoulders and head should touch the wall. Pull in your chin and look straight ahead. Then use a pencil to mark where the highest point on the top of your head comes into contact with the wall. Take a measuring tape and measure the distance from the floor to the mark you made on the wall.


To take this measurement, you need to be in the shoes with which you plan to wear the dress. Find the waist and attach the beginning of the centimeter tape to it. Pull the ribbon down and look in the mirror. Remember the number on the ribbon at the place where you would like the skirt to end.

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