Some time ago we made some improvements in our online shop to provide our customers with better user experience, one of which was replacing the original size chart with a much clearer and more detailed one. We sincerely hope you find it helpful. When it comes to size, we have to talk about measurements.
Customers who place an order at our site are usually suggested to submit their own measurements, although they have told us they would like the M size or something like that. But why do we often carry coals to Newcastle? Even though there is certain laws for human figure, body proportion tends to vary from person to person. If we are informed of the detailed measurements of every specific customer, then we will have more confidence to better fit for each of them. That’s the essence and mission of customization.

It seems very easy to tak measurements, but in fact this is not necessarily the case. If it is measured in an improper way, then large error may follows. There are a variety of reasons why you may want to take your body measurements. You could be making, tailoring, or purchasing clothes, or you may be trying to gauge weight loss. So, go on reading the instruction to verify if your way is correct. Remember that when taking body measurements, make sure to circle your chest, waist, or hips, the tape is level and neither too tight nor too loose. Also measure yourself on your bare skin or wear thin clothes that go next to skin.

    • Height

Stand barefoot with body straight, legs closed and back against the wall. Then the distance from the top of head to the ground is exactly your height. When placing a custom order, some customers tell us their height, which is measured from neck to ankle. That’s okay as well.

    • Shoulder

Stand up straight and allow the arms hang down natural. Use a cloth tape measure to measure the distance between the top of shoulders.

    • Chest

Measure the circumference of your chest. Place one end of the tape measure at the fullest part of your bust, wrap it around (under your armpits, around your shoulder blades, and back to where you start to get the measurement.

    • Waist

Measure the circumference around the natural waist that is 2 cm above the belly button. It is also suggested to measure lower waist when customizing low-waist pants. It is the widest part of your waist, usually at the bellybutton or just below, where weight is generally gained first.

    • Hip

Start at the fullest part of one hip and wrap the tape measure around your rear, around the other hip, and back to behind. Because making sure the tape is level back there can be hard, find someone to help is a wise choice.

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