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Buying a costume is a responsible matter. The suit should sit perfectly, because if people are ignorant and do not notice flaws, then connoisseurs can laugh. Therefore, without trying things on, it's scary to buy. However, the costume can not be measured, but at the same time buy the perfect one. It is enough to take measurements and choose the appropriate size according to the table. Nothing complicated!

Instructions for taking measurements

If you encounter some difficulties when taking measurements yourself or when determining dimensional signs, we, after placing your order, will send you additional information by e-mail to clarify and adjust the measurements you have taken.
To achieve maximum accuracy of dimensional signs, you need to read the instructions and do the following.
In all positions, the centimeter tape is laid quietly, without much interference, but tight to the body. If when taking measurements there is doubt about the accuracy, then you can take it many times and display the average measurement.
Please look very carefully at the drawing and photographs.


2 chest circumference.
Half of this value is the size of a person’s product.
A centimeter tape runs horizontally on the surface of the earth at the level of the mammary glands.
It is advisable to remove the measure from the back.

3 Belly.
If the figure is sports, then one measurement is taken on the most sunken point of the abdomen. Centimeter tape runs horizontally
If the figure is full or with a big belly, then 2 horizontal measurements are taken: at the level of the navel and at the level of the thigh. A centimeter tape always runs horizontally.

3 Waist circumference for trousers.
The measure is taken at the place of landing of the trouser belt - at the level of the thigh bones. A centimeter tape runs horizontally.
The exact size of the waist for trousers can be determined by the belt of your trousers, if they fit well on the belt. To do this, keep the trousers in a canopy, fasten the zipper of the trousers and the button. We attach the beginning of the meter to the middle of the button, and pressing it tightly to the belt, we take it in a circular with the belt and reach the middle of the same button with a sliding movement.

4. Thigh circumference.
The measure is removed horizontally along the most convex points of the buttock.
The measure is removed so that the centimeter tape (imagine that it is an iron ring) as a rim could rise and fall slightly hitting the body.

9. The length of the trousers.
You can accurately determine the length of the trousers, if you have any classic trousers (which fit well on you), it is not advisable, but you can also jeans.
We lay the trousers on the floor, on the carpet, or on the table, and straighten them along the entire length along the side seam, Measure the length of the trousers along the side seam together with the belt from edge to edge (No. 9). After that, we measure the distance from the joint of the middle seam along the inner seam to the bottom edge (No. 8) (in detail as in the figures).


If you want to get a really perfect fit, then do not bother to take 2 extra measures (additional but important measurements for a good fit).

1 WIDTH OF THE BACK
A centimeter tape is applied so that the size is between the recesses - these are the places where the shoulder part of the sleeve is connected to the upper part of the body. It is along the blades horizontally from cut to cut without any special interference.

2 GIRL SHOULDER (arms on top)
The extreme section of a centimeter tape directly rests on the armpit, and the measurement itself is taken horizontally around the biceps. The tape is applied directly along the sleeve without interference.


You can add another neck circumference (in figure No. 7), or more simply, what neck does a casual shirt have.

6. Sleeve length
If you wear a classic suit, or you just have one, and this suit has a sleeve length that suits you perfectly, then you can measure it along the length of the sleeve. This will be a fairly accurate measurement.
To do this, take a centimeter tape, and the very tip of the meter, that is, the zero point is applied to the shoulder seam (this is the place where the sleeve is connected to the shoulder), in the middle, exactly where the shoulder seam from the neck goes and rests on the upper part of the sleeve. This docking point is the middle of the shoulder seam.
Holding the beginning (zero point) of the meter at the junction of the sleeve with the shoulder seam in the middle, lower the meter without a tight fit to the bottom of the sleeve to the edge, in place of the outer (elbow) seam. Details are in the figure.

Dear customers
If you still have doubts about the measurements taken, please contact the nearest studio, where they will help you to correctly take measurements.

One more request.
If it does not, take a picture and send your photos by mail (without a head) in 3 positions: front, back and side, preferably in a T-shirt. Photos are useful for choosing a posture, as we still have figures: kinked, standard and stooped.

Dear customers, to place an order, you need to determine
your height, size and fullness group, and for this
please use our tables.
REMINDthat the size of a man is determined by the chest
(girth of your chest divided by 2) - this is your size

Small (1st) completeness

Chest girth of a standard figure, cm
(size corresponds to chest circumference divided in half)
Chest coverage889296100104108112116120124128
The size4446485052545658606264
Waist circumference7074788286909498112116120
Hip girth84889296100104108112116120124

Medium (2nd) completeness

Chest girth of a standard figure, cm
(size corresponds to chest circumference divided in half)
Chest coverage889296100104108112116120124128
The size4446485052545658606264
Waist circumference768084889296100104108112116
Hip girth909498102106110114118122126130

Greater (3rd) completeness

Chest girth of a standard figure, cm
(size corresponds to chest circumference divided in half)
Chest coverage889296100104108112116120124128
The size4446485052545658606264
Waist circumference8286909498102106110114118122
Hip girth96100104108112116120124128132136

Big (4th) fullness

Fundamental rules

First of all, we want to draw your attention to the fact that not all measurements can be taken alone. An assistant is needed to measure the back and sleeves. Here are a few more rules that you must follow to take accurate measurements:

  • Put on exactly the linen (or the same type of linen) that you will wear with the finished product. A bra that adds volume or slimming tights significantly changes the shape!
  • Tie a tape or tape around your waist.
  • Take a natural pose. Lower your arms down, do not bend your legs.
  • For greater accuracy, take each measurement several times and compare the results.
  • The centimeter should lie tight, but not tight. Try to place it horizontally.
  • To find the seventh cervical vertebra, tilt your head down strongly and feel for the first tubercle where the neck goes into the body. Mark on clothing or body.
  • Also mark the point of the shoulder - the junction of the arm with the torso, on clothing or on the body.

Now let's find out how to correctly take each measurement in order to build a pattern of women's clothing. In most magazines or books, the following abbreviations are used to indicate the measurements taken: the first capital letter for the type of measurement, small letters - the place where this measurement is made. So, the letter "B" means height, "D" - length, "O" - girth, "W" - width.

Let's start with the measurements of length and height, and the very first of them Total product length or “Di”. In order to measure it correctly, you first need to decide how long your model should be. Then attach the edge of the centimeter to the point on the back at the base of the neck (7th cervical vertebra, further in the text “point 7”) and lower it along the spine to the waist, and then down to the intended length of the model.

If you sew a skirt - start measuring from the waist level to the model length level, also along the back.

If you sew pants, you will need to take a few measurements:

Front Length (Particleboard) - start measuring from a point on the waist, then lower the centimeter along the protruding part of the abdomen and continue to the floor.

Side Length (LB) - start measuring from a point on the waist, then lower the centimeter along the protruding part of the thigh and continue to the floor.

Back Length (Dsz) - start measuring from a point on the waist, then lower the centimeter along the protruding part of the buttocks and continue to the floor.

Knee Length (Dtk) - start measuring from a point on the waist, then lower the centimeter to the middle of the knee, to save time, this measure is recorded in parallel with the measure Dsb.

Pitch Length (L) - start measuring on the inside of the leg, from the groin and continue to floor level.

The following sizes will be required for patterns of shoulder products.

The length of the back to the waist (Dst or Ds) - Measurement start from point 7 and end at the waistline. Make sure that the centimeter lies exactly along the line of the spine and touches the back.

Front Length to Waist (Dpt or Dp) - start measuring from the point located at the base of the neck on the shoulder line (further point 1), then lower the centimeter to the protruding point of the chest and continue to the waist line.

Shoulder length (dp) - start measuring from point 1 and end at the point where the hand started (then point 2).

Sleeve length (dr) - start measuring from point 2, lead a centimeter on the outside of the hand (towards the little finger) and end on the line of the wrist. The arm should be slightly bent at the elbow. For sleeve ¾ this end measurement at elbow level (DRL). If the arm is extended and lowered, finish the measurement at the level of the beginning of the thumb.

Chest height (Vg) - Measurement start from point 1 and end at the most prominent point of the chest.

Front shoulder height (VP or VPP) - Measurement start from point 2 and end at the most prominent point of the chest.

Oblique shoulder height (Vpk) - start measuring from point 2 and end in the middle of the back along the waist line (the junction of the spine and waist lines).

The height (depth) of the armhole (GP or GPR) - You will need a long paper tape about 3 cm wide. Hold it under your hands. Measurement start from point 7 and end at the top edge of the tape.

Hip Height (Wb) - Measure from the side, starting from the waist line and ending on the hip line.

Seat Height (Sun) - Sit on a firm and level surface. Measure from behind, starting from the waistline, and finish at seat level.

Now we will deal with the standards of Width.

Back Width (W) - Measure at the level of the blades (in the center). Hold the centimeter horizontally and do not wind it under the armpits!

Shoulder Width (Shp) - Measure between the extreme shoulder points (points 2 on each side). Hold the centimeter horizontally!

Chest Width (W) or Breast Center (Cg) - Measure between the protruding points of the chest. Hold the centimeter horizontally!

Go to the measurements of Circumference or Girth. They are often recorded and used in half size: Half-circumference and Half-circle. In the abbreviated entries then use the combination "By"

Chest circumference (Og or Og2) - Measure on the protruding points of the chest, the centimeter should tightly clasp the body.

Circumference above and below the chest (Og1 and Og3) - Measure over the chest and under the chest, the centimeter should tightly clasp the body.

Waist circumference (From) - Measurement is carried out along the planned waist line, the centimeter should tightly clasp the body.

Hips circumference (r) - Measure on the most prominent points of the buttocks. If you need to take into account the protruding belly, attach a ruler to it vertically and measure taking into account this protrusion.

Thigh circumference (lunch) - Measurement is carried out in the widest place of the leg, just below the hyoid fold.

Leg circumference (he) - Measure 10-15 cm above the knee.

Knee Circumference (OK) - Measure around the knee. For trousers of medium width, the leg should be bent, and for narrow - straighten.

Caviar Circumference (Oi) - measure in the widest part of the calf muscle

Neck circumference (Osh) - Measure around the base of the neck, in front - above the jugular cavity.

Wrist Circumference (Oz) - Measure around the base of the brush.

Free fit allowance

If you will build a pattern yourself, you will need to consider the increase in free fit. These are not constant values, for each type of clothing there is a certain increase, which also depends on what silhouette you want to receive: adjacent, free or semi-adjacent.

We offer you a table of increments for free fitting for all three silhouettes.

Shoulder width

Arm yourself with a centimeter, something where you can record the results and ask some kind of compassionate soul to help. Your assistant needs to find the extreme points of your shoulders - usually this is the place where the seam of the shirt sleeve is sewn in. It remains only to measure the distance between these two points on the top of the back. Result: you will find the first necessary measure - the width of the shoulders.

Use a soft centimeter for measurements. So the measurements will be as accurate as possible.

Chest circumference

Now measure the girth of the chest. Pass a centimeter under your arms at the armpit level and look at the result. Everything. If you want more accuracy and hunting to delve into the science of taking measurements, you can also measure the girth of the chest on inhalation, then on the exhale, and calculate the average.

If you already have a suit that fits perfectly on you, the temptation is to simply take the necessary measurements from it. This is not worth doing. Clothing is made taking into account the increase in freedom, so these figures are unlikely to help you.

Waist circumference

The waist circumference is easiest to measure on your own. Grasp your waist with a centimeter at the navel level. Here is the natural waistline. The result obtained will be the necessary measure.

Pass the tape of the centimeter so that it does not hang down and does not fit too tightly to the body.

The length of the sleeve

Sleeve length is best measured with an assistant. We measure from the beginning of the shoulder to the wrist. Lower your hand freely, not trying to straighten it completely. The assistant will record the beginning of the centimeter on the bone, where the shoulder begins, releases the tape over the arm and measures the result on the wrist.

You can round the measurements to half a centimeter.

Now that you have four numbers that indicate your dimensions on the shoulders, chest, waist and arm length, it will be easy to determine your size for the suit. Focus on the size where the measurements match the most, but put shoulder width as a priority. In terms of measurements, a deviation of ± 2 cm is permissible, then the suit will be at your time.

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