Knowledgebase: Sizing
What happens if I measure and my girl looks to be fitting in a much smaller or bigger dress than she normally wears?
Posted by Sasson S. on 08 August 2007 04:38 AM
You always have to start with the length measurements first. You can always take in a top of a dress, but if you do not have the length sitting correctly, then you may get a dress that fits, but looks funny as the waist will not fall in proportions to the child's body. For example, you cannot place a petite and tall 7 year old in a size 3 dress just because her upper body is small- you have to imagine that the waist and armholes will ride too high on the body. If you find that your child exceeds or is the same as the garment chest or waist measurement, please go up in size as the dress will not zip.
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