Made To Measure

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Don't see your size? Not to worry. As a member, you receive exclusive made to measure service. After you have selected your garment from the "Exclusive Pieces" section and checked out, fill out the above form with your measurements, and submit. It's that easy! A brief explanation of how to measure yourself has been provided below. An additional €50 will be added to the original purchase price to cover additional materials & alterations. 

 BUST

Wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your breast. Wear the bra you plan to wear when wearing the outfit you're about to purchase. If possible have someone help you because you'll need to place your arms at your sides to get an accurate measurement.

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WAIST

To get an accurate measurement remove all clothing blocking your waist. Wrap the measuring tape around your midsection two finger-breadths above your navel.

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HIPS

For an accurate measurement remove all clothing except underwear & stand with your feet together. Hold the measuring tape on one side of your hip and wrap the remainder of the tape around the largest part of your buttocks meeting on the side you originally began.

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BACK

With the help of a friend, hold the measuring tape at the nape of your neck. Run the tape down the length of your spine and stop at your natural waist.

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ARM LENGTH

With the help of a friend, place the measuring tape slightly below the nape of your neck. From there run the measuring tape to the end of your shoulder (the junction where it officially meets your arm). Write this measurement down. Reposition the end of the measuring tape to the end of your shoulder and run it down to the bottom of the wrist. Write this number down. Add the two values together for your sleeve length.

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neck

Holding one end of the measuring tape at the throat or Adam's apple, wrap the remainder around your neck meeting at the original starting point. Place one finger between your flesh and the measuring tape to ensure you're not pulling too tightly. 

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