People weren't made to fit into clothing;
clothing should be made to fit People!
We understand that all people do not fit within the size boxes that have been dyed-in-the-wool within the fashion industry. In order to make allowance for those that do not fit within the size ranges provided, we offer you the option of Made To Measure.
Made To Measure is a service where customers take their measurements by themselves or customer's measurements are taken either virtually or in person by Dimaz. Based on your measurements, the previously selected style is cut and sewn for a custom garment made just for you.
Because your shapes are flattering and BEAUTIFUL
HOW TO MEASURE
You will need a tailors measuring tape to take your measurements. You can measure in inches or centimeter.
Remember to ensure the tape is held snug fit but not tight.
To help determine the length of your garment, measure from the top of your head to the floor or you can let us know your height in feet i.e., 5'8.
Height is different from dress length as dress length is the point at which stops, this can be called a hemline. This will let us know if you want your dress above the knee, below the knee, tea length or ankle length. it is measured from your shoulder to the point at which you want the dress to stop.
Stand in front of a full-length mirror with your back straight and your shoulders relaxed. Extend the tape measure from the outer edge of one shoulder to the outer edge of the other. Keep the tape parallel to the floor. Look at the number in the mirror or carefully bend your head to look at it without changing your posture.
Measure underneath your arms at the fullest part of your chest i.e., wrap your measuring tape around the widest point of your chest. Ensure the tape is snug fit but not tight.
BUST CUP SIZE (optional)
Share your bra cup size to help tailor the fit to the fullness of your chest.
Measure at its narrowest point, usually just above the navel. Keep it parallel to the floor. Do not hold your breath or suck your stomach in. Hold your body upright in a comfortable standing position like a Queen that you are and to get an accurate measurement.
If you are unsure of your waist point, place it where you like the waistline to sit on your clothing.
Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips and butt. This is usually located 7 to 9 inches (17.8 to 22.9 cm) below your natural waist. Make sure to keep the tape level around the circumference. Hold the tape snug but not tight.
Standing up straight, lower the 0 end of the tape to the floor while holding the tape at your waist point, this way you dont have to bend over. This measurement is usually required for pants
Measure the inside leg (Inner thigh to floor). Use a tape measure to measure the length of your leg from your ankle to your crotch area.
You should be standing with your legs straight while this is done. Round the number up to the nearest half-inch.
Place the tape in a circle around the middle of your upper arm for your perfect sleeve fit.
This is also known as Half length, Measure from where your neck meets your shoulder point over your bust and straight down to your waist line.
In the future, we will provide a video showing how you can measure yourself