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Tips for taking accurate measurements:

You’ll need a soft tape measure (inches) and someone to assist.
Only wear non-padded bras and underwear, such as a bodysuit.
The tape measure should be flat and snug, do not pull tightly or add inches.
Follow detailed instruction for each required dimension as below.
If you need further assistance, please contact us at help@neveblanc.com

How to measure your height?

Have someone measure your height in bare feet, standing tall and straight with your back against a wall.

How to measure your bust?

Wear a non-padded bra, measure across the fullest part of the bust by threading a soft measuring tape across your back and under each arm (elbows down), the tape isn't pulled away from the body in the front. With the tape in position, take a breath in and out, allowing it to slide to its most comfortable, non-binding fit. If the measurement falls on the half-inch, round up.

How to measure your waist?

Bend to one side to find the natural indentation on your torso. This is your natural waist. Bring a soft measuring tape around natural waistline, keeping tape parallel with floor and snugly but comfortably line up with your waist.

How to measure your hip?

Stand on a level surface with feet together. Measure around fullest part of hips and bottom (approximately 7"-9" below waistline), keeping tape parallel with the floor.

How to measure your neck circumference?

Measure the circumference around (1 inch above) the base of the neck. Wrap the tape measure along the natural contour of the neck, holding it comfortably against the skin.

How to measure your upper bust?

Wear a non-padded bra, measure just above the bust by bringing a soft measuring tape across your back at armpit level, under each arm (elbows down), then around the front to snugly but comfortably line up with where your bra straps meet your cups. (About 1 inch below the armpit level)

How to measure your below bust?

Wear a non-padded bra, measure across your ribcage, directly and evenly under your bust snugly but comfortably line up with the bottom of your bra cups.

How to measure your breast point?

Measure the distance between the two points of your nipples.

How to measure your shoulder circumference?

Place the measuring tape at the tip of one shoulder and wrap it all the way around you until it meets back at the same shoulder. The tape should skim the top of your shoulders so closely it almost slips off.

How to measure your shoulder-to-shoulder (Back)?

Locate your shoulder points, marked by your acromion bones. Measure from the tip of one shoulder point, horizontally across the back, to the other shoulder point. This usually lands roughly 1 to 2 inches below the neckline. The tape measure will not be horizontally straight during this measurement. It MUST bend at a gentle curve along with your shoulders.

How to measure your shoulder to breast point?

With shoulders and arms relaxed, measure from your shoulder seam at the base of the neck down to the nipple. Please wear your bra when taking this measurement.

How to measure your shoulder to waist (Front)?

Measure from shoulder seam at the base of the neck, over the fullest part of your bust, to height of your natural waist on the front.

How to measure your shoulder to waist (Back)?

Measure from the most prominent bone at the base of the neck along the middle of the back to the height of your natural waist on the back. Bend to one side to find the natural indentation on your torso using that as your natural waist.

How to measure your shoulder to calf?

Measure from your shoulder seam at the base of the neck, over the fullest part of your bust, to the middle of your calf.

How to measure your shoulder to floor?

Measure from your shoulder seam at the base of the neck, over the fullest part of your bust, to the floor without shoes.

How to measure your upper chest width?

Put your arms down, and measure across front upper chest starting and ending at crease of the armpits.

How to measure your upper back width?

Put your arms down, and measure straight across the peak of the shoulder blades starting and ending at the crease of the armpits.

How to measure your high hip?

Stand on a level surface, and measure parallel from the waistline down three inches.

How to measure your hip height?

Measure along the side seam from the waistline to the hip line.

How to measure your thigh circumference?

Stand on a level surface with feet together. Measure around right below your buttocks and thighs.

How to measure your arm length

Place your hand at your hip and bend your elbow. Measure from the shoulder cap, down your arm to the elbow, and then on to the wrist.

How to measure your armhole?

Measure the circumference of the armhole. Bring the tape measure from the top of the shoulder, down the front of the shoulder, under the armpit, and up the back of the shoulder.

How to measure your upper arm circumference?

Measure the circumference of your upper arm. Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your upper arm from front to back and around to the start point.

How to measure your lower arm circumference?

Measure the circumference of your lower arm. Wrap the tape around the fullest part of your lower arm from front to back and around to the start point.

How to measure your elbow circumference?

Place your hand at your waist and bend your elbow. Wrap the tape around it from front to back and around to the start point.

How to measure your wrist?

Measure the circumference around the wrist.

How to measure your heel?

Measure the height of your wedding shoe heels.

Train length +

Model is 5 Feet 10 Inches

Sweep Train

Sweep train is also called the “brush”. This train is less than a foot long.

Cathedral Train

Cathedral train extends between 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 feet from the waist. They are more formal than the chapel length and look great with a cathedral length veil to match.

Court Train

Court train is about a foot long, and extends from the waistline.

Monarch Train

Monarch extends more than 12 feet from the waist, and is the most opulent and formal option. It usually requires helpers to lift and guide the train behind the bride.

Chapel Train

Chapel train extends between 3 1/2 and 4 1/2 feet from the waist, and can be either detached or assembled into a bustle. Chapel trains are quite popular and a traditional choice for brides.

Veil Length+

Model is 5 Feet 10 Inches

Visor Veil

Visor veil is a short veil that does not extend past the bride’s chine.

Knee Length Veil

Knee length veil measures approximately 45 inches and falls between the knee and mid-calf. It’s a great option for a fitted gown without a train.

Shoulder Length Veil

Shoulder length veil measures around 20 inches in length, and rests on your shoulders or slightly covers your shoulders. It allows for a clear view of your gown.

Floor Length Veil

Floor length veil measures approximately 72 inches and just brushes the floor and matches the length of the bride’s dress.

Elbow Length Veil

Elbow length veil measures 25 inches, and extends to your elbow. It pairs nicely with most dresses, especially a ball gown as it ends where the fullness of the skirt begins.

Chapel Length Veil

Chapel length veil measures between 90”and 108”, and should fall between 6 to 12 inches past your train or hem.

Fingertip Length Veil

Fingertip length veil is approximately 36 inches long, and extends to the bride's fingertips.

Cathedral Length Veil

Cathedral length veil ranges between 120 to 144 inches, is considered formal and should extend past the bride's train.

Veil Width

The 54 inch wide veil will fall behind your shoulders.
The 72 inch wide veil will offer coverage around the arms.
The 108 inch wide veil affords coverage around your shoulders and arms.

Royal Length Veil

A royal length veil, also known as a regal veil, is longer than the cathedral veil.

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