Many bride-to-be gradually prefer the latter in wedding dress selection and customization. In the process of customized wedding dress, the most perplexing thing is how to make delicate measurement of wedding dress size.
The standard elements of a tailored wedding dress
Total length: from the anterior cervical fossa vertical to the foot, no shoes.
Chest circumference: take BP point (i.e. Bustpoint) as the measurement point, and measure the chest circumference horizontally with a soft leather ruler for one week.
Waist circumference: take the most concave part of waist, elbow joint and waist coincident point as measurement point, with soft leather ruler level measurement a week.
Hip circumference: take the large rotor point as the measuring point, and use the soft leather ruler to measure horizontally for one week.
Waist circumference: waist circumference, also known as waist circumference, is measured by a soft ruler from waist circumference to hip circumference.
Cervical root circumference: measured at the level of the anterior cervical point (cervical fossa), lateral cervical point, and posterior cervical point (seventh cervical vertebra) with a soft skin ruler for one week.
Arm-root circumference: measure the axillary level of shoulder point, front and rear axillary point for one week.
Arm circumference: measure the level of the upper arm at its fullest point (biceps) for one week.
Dorsal length: measured with dorsal shape along the posterior midline from the posterior cervical point (7th cervical spine) to the lumbar line.
Sleeve length: measure from the shoulder point through the elbow point to the lower part of the ulna.
Predecessor length: extending from BP point up to the shoulder line (about 1/2 of the shoulder line), extending down to the waist line as the predecessor length.
Length of posterior body: extend up to the shoulder line (about 1/2 of the oblique shoulder) from the point of shoulder blade (point of shoulder blade convex) and down to the waist line for the length of posterior body.
Full shoulder width: from one end of the shoulder to the other end of the shoulder through the posterior neck point (seventh cervical spine) is full shoulder width.
Back width: the back width is the distance between the posterior axillary points. Posterior axillary point refers to the point at which the back and upper arms turn into a crack when the human body is naturally upright.
Chest width: the distance between the anterior axillary points. The anterior axillary point refers to the point at which the chest and upper arm turn produces a crack.
BP height: from the lateral neck point to the highest point of BP, namely the highest point of chest.
BP width: the distance between two BP peaks.