Measuring And Choosing Sizes

  • To find the most accurate sizing you must have your bust, waist, and hips measurements.
  • Do not use your normal dress size.
    There is too much variation between designers and one made up number means very little.
  • If you aren't tall, some of the short looking dresses worn by the models, will be longer on you.

  • Don't use jeans sizes for the waist measurement.
    If for example you are a 32 jean size, you are likely around 36" with a tape.
    That's waaaaaay bigger.
  • We offer numerous brands and designers, as a result, a distinct size chart is located on each item's description page.
  • The models are wearing their own size, not the size that we may have in the description.
  • If a dress length shows 155cm and you are 155cm tall, that is not the right dress for you. Unless you plan to attach the dress on the top of your head.
    Prize for most oddly dressed?

  • If your favourite costume is only in a Medium, but you usually wear Large, don't buy or hire it if the size chart is too small! Use a tape.
    Being the only size choice available, won't somehow make it fit.