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Sizes reflect body measurements, not garment measurements
- Size Charts (Inches)
- Size Charts (Meteric)
- Size Guide
Is the number size in a bridal dress as important to its actual size as its color is? No, it is not. You've been dieting, eating better and working out. You've lost 10 pounds and we actually expect you to order a size 12 gown? If the chart says so, yes we do. Here's another area we differ from the so-called full-service salons. When you place your order, we show you the size charts from the manufacturer. They're based on your measurements. If you're right on the edge of two sizes, order the larger. You order your gown to fit your largest measurement size. So if your bust equals a size 14, your waist a size 12 and your hips a 12, you would order the 14. Gown sizes may be, and often are, very different than regular clothing. I'll tell you the same thing my mother told me when I found out my gown was going to have a "Size 12" tag in it: "Cut the damn thing out!" Remember, it’s easier to cut a dress down than to try to lose that last inch, especially with all the goodies at the teas and showers!
|Natural Waist/Waist||This is the smallest part of your waist. Typically it's an inch or so above your belly button.|
|Hips||This is the widest part of your hips, across the hip bone.|
|Hollow to Hem|
|Low Hip||Find your Natural Waist and then measure around your hips 7 inches below that.|
|Inside Sleeve||Start the tape in your armpit and measure your straight arm to the wrist.|
|Arm Girth||Relax your arm and measure around the largest part of the upper arm.|
|Center Back Width||This is the measurement from shoulder blade to shoulder blade.|
|Waist to Hem|
|Nape to Waist||Measure from the base of the neck at the back to the Natural Waist.|