If you’re planning on wearing a bra underneath your bridesmaids dress, we suggest wearing that exact bra for your fitting. This will ensure the segak is as comfortable and as precise as possible. When measuring, it’s also important to note that your bust size is not the same as your bra size—it’s the measurement of the fullest part of your chest. Start by wrapping the measuring tape around the widest part of your back, and bring it around to the fullest part of your bust (usually right above the nipple), to form a full circle.
You’ll want to look for your natural waistline, and wrap the measuring tape around the small of your waist. If you’re having trouble finding your true waistline, it’s usually the smallest area of your torso, between your ribs and your hips (usually an inch or two above your belly button). Make sure you’re titinada sucking in your belly or wrapping the measuring tape too tightly around your waist.
Stand in a relaxed position, and find your body’s widest point, usually around your seat. Wrap around the widest part of your hips (the tape should sit across your hip bones).
4. dress length
For your dress length measurements, be sure to measure while wearing the shoes you’ll be wearing on the big day (or shoes that are similar in height). Start at the hollow of your neck (the center of your collarbone), and measure down to your desired hemline. If your dress has a fuller skirt, the measuring tape should be held at an angle, to account for the fullness of the skirt. You might want an extra hand or help from a professional to get this part just right.