HOW TO MEASURING SIZE
About how to choose the right Size Measurement at MiDee Dance Creates
As a professional stage dance costume design brand, we know how important a great-fitting costume is for every dancer. For this reason, we have made a size chart for all dancers who order our clothes. Please strictly follow the size chart provided by us as a guide, because different brands have different sizes, tailoring, fabrics, and sizes. If the measurement value is between two sizes, it is recommended that you order a larger size or contact our customer service service, and we will provide you with professional answers. Unless you want to order split costume, the girth will be the most important measure.
HOW TO MEASURING
> Have dancers wear fitted attire (preferably a leotard–no street clothes!) with proper undergarments ( Please do not wear an unlined / unpaded bra) .
> When measuring, instruct dancers to stand up straight, look forward, and take a deep breath in & out to allow for a natural fit and additional room. This is especially important when taking the girth, bust, and waist measurements.
- Bust : With arms relaxed at your sides, measure the fullest part of the bust, keeping tape parallel to ground. This will determine your top size.
- Waist : Measure around the narrowest part of your natural waistline (approximately 1” above the belly button). This will determine your pants、skirt size.
- Hips : Stand with heels together and measure the fullest part of your hips, keeping tape parallel to ground. Tape should go across both hips at widest point. This will determine your skirt, pant and short size.
- Girth : Girth is the most important measurement when determining size! To measure girth, place a tape measure at the top of the shoulder (typically where a standard leotard strap sits), then over the apex (fullest part of the chest), down through the crotch and back up to the same shoulder. Measuring tape should follow close to the body shape.