How to take Measurements

Before we start, it is crucial to wear body fitted garments to avoid taking incorrect measurements.
It is best if you have someone help you to take measurements. To start measuring you will need a flexible tape measure, a piece of paper and a pen to take down the measurements.

Shoulder to Shoulder

Across shoulder- Measure from one shoulder bone to the other keeping in mind that the tape sits flat across your back.


Bust- To measure the bust, wrap the tape around the fullest part of your bust with your arms down. Keep a finger's gap.


Upper Bust- wrap the tape around the area above your bust. Please note that there should be a finger's gap so that the measurement isn't too tight.

Under Bust

Under bust- Measure directly under your breasts, as high up as possible


Waist- To measure your waist wrap the tape around the slimmest part of your torso. To find the natural waist just bend sideways and the part that contracts is your waist.


Hip- Place the tape around the widest part of your hip which is usually 6-7 inches below your belly button.

Shoulder to Bust Points (Optional)

Shoulder to bust point- Hold the tape from your shoulder bone and measure till the apex point on the bust. Place a finger on the bust to make the tape sit.

Shoulder to waist (Optional)

HPS to waist- Hold the tape from the shoulder bone and measure till your natural waist. Place a finger under the swell of your bust so that the tape sits correctly.

High Point Shoulder to Knee (Optional)

HPS to knee- Measure from your shoulder bone till the knee by placing a finger under the bust. It is better to take this measurement by standing near the mirror so as to avoid bending.

Upper Arm

Bicep- Measure the circumference of your arm's mid point. Make sure that the tape isn't too tight.

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