Bridesmaid Size Chart

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Bridesmaid gown designers each have unique measurement size charts and they are not the same when comparing to each other or especially when comparing to street clothes sizes. Most run smaller than street clothes so do not be alarmed if you fall into a larger size than you are accustomed.

 

When you complete your order, we will ask you for your bust (1), waist (2), and hip (3) measurements. We suggest you have them done professionally, but in some cases that might not work. You can have a friend or family member measure you using these guidelines.

 

Find your designers size chart below and review them to the measurements taken for you.

 

Gowns are not custom made to your provided measurements. If you are between sizes in the chart, always order the larger size since it is easy to take up a dress and usually impossible to let out due to modest seam allowances.

Choose your size carefully as you may not have time to order another gown or additional fabric when it is too small. Most gowns will require alterations once it is received so please do not be surprised. Below is an example.

 

 

 

 


 




 

 

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