Made to measure garments require measurements to be sent with your order. These measurements need to be as accurate as possible, be careful not to under calculate. The following instructions will assist in the process of taking measurements. It is recommended that you have someone help you as the numbers can be skewed when taking your own measurements. Make sure you wear comfortable clothing that is not bulky or will interfere with the direct measurements. Measure everything twice to be sure of the numbers. If you have any trouble, an online call can be organised to provide assistance.
WAIST: This is where the waistband of your skirt will sit, designed to be at the narrowest point of your waist. Similarly to high waisted trousers, this should be across the belly button. This is a direct measurement, so don't pull the measure tight, let it sit comfortably on the waist.
SEAT: The seat is the circumference of the widest part of the bum and will be used to calculate the curved shape of the skirt. A little ease is added to this measurement, but take a couple of attempts to make sure you're confident in the number you're sending.
LENGTH: The last measurement needed is the length. The measurement is taken from the same point as the waistband (so most likely the belly button) to the length you would like the skirt to be. It may be useful to take some ideas from skirts you already own and have someone help you with how the length looks.