Measuring Yourself

You must be used to your tailor sizing you up with the measuring tape. Now you can gain independence from that! Measurement is now made DIY. So get out your measuring tape and input your body size on our easy to understand measurement chart.


After you’ve done selecting your outfit, click the measurement tab

Our measurement page will guide you step by step on how and what body measurements will be required by us by way of self-explanatory pictures. Easy-peasy!


Now remember, the fitting of the outfit will be exactly how you want it! If you want a body hugger, ensure your measurements are exact! If you want your sleeves to, lets say, end just a tad bit above the wrist, then that’s the measurement you will input. Isn’t customization a cake walk?



Neck Around

This measurement would be needed for polo necks.

Wrap the tape around your neck, untill it is as tight/loose as you wish it to be.


Neckline

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it diagonally, till the desired depth of your neck that you wish for on your outfit.


Shoulder to above the chest

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it straight, till the desired depth of your neck that you wish for on your outfit.


Shoulder to midriff/waist

This will be required for crop tops and fit & flare dresses

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it till the desired length of your crop top.

In case if it is a dress, extend it till the point you want the darts to be taken. Remember, darts are the point on the dress from where, the dress will flare out, so you may keep the darts on your midriff or even on your waist or from whichever point on your outfit you want the dress to flare.


Above the chest

Wrap the measuring tape around above the bust area.


Chest

Wrap the measuring tape around the bust area.


Under the chest

Wrap the measuring tape around under the bust area.


Sleeve length

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it till the desired length of sleeve on your outfit.


Arm hole

Wrap the measuring tape around your armhole.


Arm around

This measurement would be required for sleeve lengths that end above the elbow.

Wrap the measuring tape around your arm, at the area where you want your sleeves to end.


Cuffs

This is applicable for sleeves that end under the elbow, or on the forearm.

Wrap the measuring tape around your forearm, at the area where you want your sleeves to end.


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Length of the skirt

Needed if you're designing only a bottom (skirt).

Keep the start of your tape on your waist, or at the point from where you'll wear your skirt and extend it till the desired length of the skirt.


Waist

Wrap the measuring tape around your waist. If it's a dress, then at the point from where you'll wear your skirt.


Hips

For those who want a perfect fit on their dress. A must for mini skirts, tight dresses.

Wrap the measuring tape around your hips.


Length of the dress

Needed if you're designing a dress.

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it straight till the desired length of the dress.measurement_top_different.png


Length of the top (Long side)

Required for asymmetrical hem tops.

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it straight till the desired length of the long part of your top.


Length of the top (Short side)

Required for asymmetrical hem tops.

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it straight till the desired length of the long part of your top.


Length of the Dress (Long side)

Required for asymmetrical hem dresses.

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it straight till the desired length of the long part of your dress.


Length of the Dress (Short side)

Required for asymmetrical hem dresses.

Keep the start of your tape on your shoulder bone and extend it straight till the desired length of the short part of your dress.measurement_bottom_different.png


Length of the Skirt (Long side)

Required for asymmetrical hem skirts

Keep the start of your tape on your waist, or at the point from where you'll wear your skirt and extend it till the desired length of the long part of the skirt.


Length of the Skirt (Short side)

Required for asymmetrical hem skirts

Keep the start of your tape on your waist, or at the point from where you'll wear your skirt and extend it till the desired length of the long part of the skirt.