Sizing & Measurements

Order a size up from your street size. It's likely this will fit you best. For a Try On At Home, a larger size will allow you to see the complete look more accurately than a size that is slightly small.

Keep in mind that everyone's body is unique and Lace & Liberty accommodates your measurements by custom making a dress just for you.

 

Size Chart

Taking Your Measurements

The easiest method to get accurate measurements is a visit to your local tailor. Show them the list of measurements you need and they will take it from there.

Taking your own measurements is simple but you're going to need a friend to help you out. Other than that, all you need is a tape measure.

 
MEASUREMENTS FOR A BRIDAL TOP IN INCHES

1. Bust. Measure across the widest point of your chest.
2. Natural waist. Smallest part of your waist where your skirt waistband will sit. Place your hands on your hips and tilt to the side, the crease that forms on your side is on the smallest part of your waist.
3. Neck to chest. The highest point of your shoulder (where your neck and shoulders meet) to your breast point (nipple).
4. Neck to waist. The highest point of your shoulder, over your breast, to your waist. 
5. Neck to above hip bone.The highest point of your shoulder, over your breast, to right above your hipbone (the whole length of the bridal top)
6. Upper chest width. Distance from armpit to armpit.
7. Upper chest circumference. Start at your armpit and measure around your body until you end up at the same place you started.
8. Your usual street size.


top measurement  
MEASUREMENTS FOR A BRIDAL SKIRT IN INCHES

1. Natural waist. Smallest part of your waist where your skirt waistband will sit. Place your hands on your hips and tilt to the side, the crease that forms on your side is on the smallest part of your waist.
2. Lower waist. Halfway between your waist and your hips.
3. Hips. Measure around your the widest part of your hips.
4. Waist to floor. Distance from your waist to the floor standing barefoot.
5. Height with no shoes.
6. Expected heel height on your wedding day,
7. Length of Train. 
8. Your usual street size.

 

 

MEASUREMENTS FOR A BRIDAL DRESS IN INCHES

1. Bust. Measure across the widest point of your chest.
2. Natural Waist. Smallest part of your waist where your skirt waistband will sit. Place your hands on your hips and tilt to the side, the crease that forms on your side is on the smallest part of your waist.
3. Lower Waist. Halfway between your waist and your hips.
4. Hips. Measure around your the widest part of your hips.
5. Neck to Chest. The highest point of your shoulder (where your neck and shoulders meet) to your breast point (nipple).
4. Neck to Waist. The highest point of your shoulder, over your breast, to your waist. 
5. Neck to above your hip bone.The highest point of your shoulder, over your breast, to right above your hipbone (the whole length of the bridal top)
7. Neck to Dress Length. From the highest point of your shoulder to where your dress will fall. Decide where you’d like your dress to fall at (above the knee, mid-calf etc).
8. Upper chest width. Distance from armpit to armpit.
9. Upper chest circumference. Start at your armpit and measure around your body until you end up at the same place you started.
10. Your usual street size.