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Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside
Women's Camisole Suit Inside

Women's Camisole Suit Inside

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How to Take Your Measurements

1. CLOTHING

When taking your measurements, always use a cloth measuring tape*. For the most accurate results, have someone else measure you.  Also, make sure the tape measure is held snugly and firmly (not tightly) against your body and is always parallel to the floor for circumference measurements.

Remember to wear proper undergarments. If you wear a special support bra for riding, your measurements should be taken with that bra on.

We highly recommend measuring a properly fitted garment and comparing those measurements to the ones you take.

How to take your measurements

Shoulder Width:

Measure across the back from the corner of one shoulder to the corner of the other shoulder. For this measurement, I recommend measuring a jacket you already have that fits properly. Laying the jacket flat, measure from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.

Bust:

Measure around the fullest part of the bust. This measurement is taken above the band of your bra, and may not be the same as your bra size.

Waist:

Measure the smallest part of the waist. The natural waist is below the rib cage and usually above the bellybutton. Do not take this measurement around the waistband of your clothing.

Hip:

The hip measurement is taken at the widest part of the hips (around your bottom!). Do not take this measurement around the waistband of your clothing, or where your hands fall when you "put your hands on your hips."

Sleeve:

With one arm down at a slight angle, start from the corner of the shoulder and measure down to where you'd like your sleeve to end. You can also use a shirt that already fits you well. Just lay it flat and measure from the corner shoulder seam to the end of the cuff.

Center Front Length:

This measurement is taken from the base of the neck down to where you would like the jacket hem to end.

*If you don't have a cloth measuring tape, you can use a piece of non-stretchy string or fabric. Simply mark where your measurements fall on the string and then measure that length with a metal measuring tape, ruler or other item of known measurement (a standard piece of paper, banknote, etc.).

2. JEWELRY

Take finger as an example, the neck and wrist can refer to this method.

Step 1.

Wrap a string comfortably around the desired finger.



Step 2.

With a pen or marker, mark the spot where the string or paper meets and feels comfortable.



Step 3.

Lay the string or strip of paper on a flat surface and measure its length in millimeters. This number is your finger’s circumference!



*The following is a comparison table of ring sizes by country

Chiffon

Should be washed separately from other clothes. Hand washing is always the best and safest method for washing chiffon. Turn the chiffon garment inside out and knead gently, do not wring dry.

Polyester

It is recommended to wash by hand in 30 degrees water, hang it to dry in a cool place, and iron at low temperature when ironing, and do not bleach.

Cotton

It is recommended to use transparent soap or soap powder to wash, avoid prolonged exposure to the sun, and it's best to wash once before wearing.

Denim

Pour some white vinegar in the water for the first time, turn it over and soak it for about half an hour to lock in the color of the denim.

Wool

It is recommended to use special woolen sweater detergent. Pay attention to avoid light to prevent fading. It should be frequently ventilated, exposed to the sun, and dusted.

Woolen

Neutral detergent should be used, soak in room temperature water for a short time, avoid squeezing out the water. Lie flat or half hung and dry in the shade, do not expose to the sun.

Knitting

Pat the dust off, soak in cold water for 10-20 minutes, knead gently and place to dry in a ventilated and shady place. Do not expose to the sun.

Down

Useing neutral detergent and add some vinegar to warm water. It is recommended to use a soft-bristle brush to wash, avoid machine washing, wringing, and exposure to the sun. After ventilating and drying, pat lightly to make the down fluffy.

*The washing method above is for reference only.

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