Do you know what the most benefit you could get from an evening dresses manufacturer? That is all of our designs can be made to order in any measurements including plus size dimensions.
If you have below conditions, you could choose custom-made.
1. The dress you liked is out of stock now.
2. Your measurements is bigger than our size XXL
3. Our standard size chart cannot fit your body
Of course, if your measurements is among our size, but couldn't fit you very well, you could require our tailor to adjust for your clear measurements.
a）If your measurements is bigger than our standard size XXL, you need to pay extra USD17/2inch.
b）The custom-made style will be same as the dress on our website.
c）The custom-made time is about 10 days.
e） Pls noted that there is no refund or exchange for any custom-made dress. Thank you for your kindly understanding.
If you match above conditions and approve above instructions, please tell us the following information that we need: bust, waist, hips, shoulder width, waist to hem, hollow to hem.
1.Please carefully follow our guide below, find a friend or family help you take the measurements. Please measure everything 2-3 times to comfirm all the measurement is correctly.
2. Ideally, you should take off everything except your underwear to get an accurate measurement
3. No need to find a seamstress, because our measuring guide is very easy to follow. Plus, seamstresses usually take the measurements without referring to our guide, which might result in a poor fit.
This is the distance from the edge of the left shoulder across to the prominent neck bone located at the center of the back of the neck continuing to the edge of the right shoulder.
Place the tape on "top" of the shoulders. Measure from the edge of the left shoulder across to the prominent neck bone located at the center of the back of the neck continuing to the edge of the right shoulder.
How to Measure Shoulder Width
How to Measure Bust
How to Measure Waist
How to Measure Waist to Hem
How to Measure Hollow to Floor
Hollow to hem should include the height of your shoes heel if you want the shoes to be covered by the dress. This measurement applies to dresses with trains or floor length.