How To Measure

Before you begin:

1) Find someone to help you with your measurements to ensure that the measurements are as accurate as possible. Do not be cheeky and round up or down!

2) Wear close fitted clothing including the undergarments you plan to wear with the outfit for more precise measurements.

3) Stand up straight, keep the tape measure level and close but avoid pulling it too tight or too loose. We suggest putting in two fingers worth of additional space.

4) Relax – have fun! It’s not as hard as it sounds :) 



Height: Please let us know how tall you are.
Garment Length: This is the total length of your gown. Measure from your shoulder over your breast to where you want the gown to end. If you are ordering a floor length gown, please also factor in the heel height of your shoes. 
Bust: Wearing your bra with arms relaxed to your sides, measure the fullest part of your bust.
Waist: Measure the narrowest part of your torso, typically one inch above your belly button. To find this, bend towards one side. The natural waist is where it creases. Stand straight and measure from there.
Hips: Measure the broadest part of your hips, which is typically seven inches below your belly button.
Shoulder Width: From the back, stand straight with arms to the side and measure the distance between the two shoulder joints.
Neck Girth: As per picture, this is the circumference of the lower part of your neck. Do not measure by just wrapping the tape around your neck. It should be of a "V" shape. 
Sleeves Length: Measure from the shoulder joint to where you want the sleeves to end. 
Breast Height: The distance from the shoulder to your breast point (highest part of your breasts). 
Breast Width: The distance between your two breast points.
Arm Girth: Measure the horizontal circumference of your arm. If you want the sleeves to be loose fitted, this will be how loose you'll want the sleeves to be.
Arm Hole: The circumference of your arm hole.
Crotch Depth: This is the distance from your waist to your crotch.                                                                                                                                                                

As usual, contact us at if you have any questions on how to measure. If you are based in Hong Kong, we can arrange for a face-to-face appointment to help you with your measurements.