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To help you choose the right size dress, please refer to the Size Chart below for petite through to plus size dresses. If you are unsure of what size of dress to select, please Contact Us .

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How to Measure:

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.
Bust Waist Hip
Shoulder Arm Girth Hollow to hem

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: This is the smallest part of your waist. Typically it's an inch or so above your belly button. Also known as the natural waistline.
Hip: This is the widest part of your hips, across the hipbone. Measurement is taken approximately 7 inches below the natural waistline.
Hollow to Hem: Start the tape at the hollow at the base of your neck and measure down to where you want the hem. If your skirt will be full, be sure to measure out at an angle to allow for the fullness. Also, be sure youre wearing the same height heel .
Arm Girth: measure around the largest part of your upper arm, see picture. (only needed for dress with sleeves)
Inside Sleeve: start the tape in your armpit and measure your straight arm to the wrist. (only needed for dress with sleeves)

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 dress to select, please Contact Us.