Sizing/ Measuring Guide
**Important: Before placing your order, please match your measurements up as close as possible to the manufacturer sizing chart; pictured with each dress.
To get the most accurate measurements it is suggested to measure with a clothing measuring tape. Before you get started, wear something form-fitting to get the most accurate measurements. Also, don't pull the measuring tape too tight around your body. You'll want to give yourself some wiggle room so that you can breathe :) To determine your size, follow these simple instructions:
A - Bust: Measure all the way around your back to the front over the fullest part of the bust, usually by the nipple area. Note: this is not your bra size.
B - Waist: Measure around your waist by your belly button.
C - Hips: Measure the fullest part of your hips.
- Please keep in mind that the dress may not be an exact fit. Therefore, alternations may be necessary and may be easily hemmed by a local tailor.
- We recommend that when selecting a size, you base your decision first by your BUST size, then WAIST and lastly HIPS. *Also keep in mind the gown may have moderate stretch, see each gown description for that information.
- If you are between sizes, we suggest that you choose the larger size and have the dress altered by a local seamstress/ tailor. A general rule of thumb is that with alterations it is better to "take in" a dress than to "let out" a dress. Alterations may be necessary to attain the best fit, it is always best to have a professional seamstress alter your dress, where needed.