When you place your order, you'll be asked to fill in your measurements for our seamstresses. Here's how to take your measurements properly:
Use a fabric tape measure. A metal tape measure can buckle and bend, which may lead to an inaccurate measurement of your size.
Keep the tape measure taut, but don't stretch it tight.
Wear the same undergarments that you will wear on your wedding day. If you can't, wear a style similar to what you plan to wear.
Wear the same shoes that you will wear on your wedding day. If you can't, wear shoes with the same heel height you plan to wear.
Keep your feet six inches apart.
A perfect-fitting dress starts with perfect measurements. Before ordering a made-to-measure dress from DuDuTa.com, we strongly encourage finding a professional local tailor who can help you measure accurately. Here, we'll show you which measurements are needed and how to correctly take them.
Warning: measuring yourself at home is trickier than you think! For best results, always have your measurements taken by a professional local tailor.
We strongly recommend that you have someone help you take your measurements. This can be a professional seamstress/tailor or friend. Taking measures on your own may result in inaccurate numbers.