Measurement Guide


How To Measure Accurately

For the most accurate measurements, don’t measure over clothing. Measurements should be taken while wearing undergarments similar to the ones you will wear with the dress. The measuring tape shouldn’t be pulled too tight or have too much slack, and should always be parallel to the floor.

We recommend you compare your measurements to the size chart of a brand that your kid fits well. You can also compare it to the U.S. standard clothing size chart. For example, if your child fits The Gap size 8 well, you can compare your measurements with their size chart. It will help you validating your measurements.

number 1

Shoulder Width

Measure the widest part from end of one shoulder bone to the other shoulder bone across upper back.

number 2

Chest

Relax arms at sides. Pull tape across the fullest part of the body (not under the bust).

number 3

Waist

Find the smallest part of the waist. Keep tap slightly loose to allow for breathing room.

number 4

Hip

Standing with bare feet together, measure at the widest part of the hip.

number 5

Sleeve Length

Begin from the shoulder bone to the end of the sleeve.

number 6

Armhole

Relax the arm and measure around the largest part of the upper arm.

number 6

Armhole

Relax the arm and measure around the largest part of the upper arm.

number 6

Armhole

Relax the arm and measure around the largest part of the upper arm.

number 6

Shoulder to Knee

Begin at the top of shoulder and pull tape straight down to the knee.

number 7

Shoulder to Floor

Standing straight with bare feet together. Begin at the top of shoulder and pull tape straight down to the floor.

number 8

Height

Standing straight with bare feet together. Begin at the top of head and pull tape strait down to the floor.