Sizes are based on US Sizes (Inches) and vary between designers so please follow our measuring guide to determine your best fit.
If you are in between sizes, choose the larger size as it is always easier to alter the dress down than to let it out.
Note: DO NOT MEASURE YOURSELF, If possible, have someone else take your measurements.
We recommend that you wear your under garments that you will be wearing with the dress when taking your measurements.
Always make sure the tape is comfortably loose by placing one finger between the tape and your body but nottightwhen measuring.
Determine your size in 3 EASY STEPS:
BUST- Measure the fullest part of the bust. Make sure tape is straight across the back as you measure. Keep your arms by your side and relax.
WAIST- Measure the natural waistline approximately 1 inch above the belly button. This should be the smallest part of the waist or the natural figure curve. Place the measuring tape around the waistline keeping the tape comfortably loose by placing one finger between the tape and your body.
HIPS- Standing with your heels together, measure around the fullest part of the hips / buttocks.The tape should brush across both hip bones.
Dress sizes that are highlighted inred generally incur additional charges from the designers