This chart shows the measurements for our wedding dresses in inches. If you are comparing your body measurements, we recommend buying one size up from your high street size, to allow for a perfect fit and seamstress alterations.
All of our long wedding dresses have a waist to hem measurement of 47 inches, short wedding dresses have a waist to hem measurement between 20-32 inch.
All measurements have ½ an inch tolerance.
Generally, wedding dress sizes are different to high street clothing, so it’s common to find yourself a different size to your normal fit. Use our handy guide to estimate what wedding dress size you may need to try on.
Tips from the bridal advisors
A dress with a corset back has more flexibility in the sizing, whereas a zip design may require the next size up, especially for styles that are more fitted to the body.
Your seamstress can make a dress up to two sizes smaller if needed but making a dress bigger is very tricky, we would always advise to size up!
If you can, wear underwear you feel supported and comfortable in, similar to what you would wear on your wedding day, then you’ll get a real picture of how you will look on your big day!
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How To Measure
For accurate measurements, don’t measure over your clothing. Wear the undergarments that are similar to the ones you’ll wear with your wedding dress. The measuring tape shouldn’t be pulled too tight or have too much slack and should be aligned parallel to the floor.
A - Bust Measure under the arms at the fullest part across the shoulder blades around the bust horizontally
B - Waist Measure around the natural waistline. The measuring tape must be horizontal against the body
C - Hip With feet together measure around the fullest part of the hip
D - Waist to hem Measure from natural waist to floor in a straight line
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All sizes may not be available in every store.
Simple yet elevated, long sleeve Tarek is made for fashion-forward brides. A square neckline is complimented by emphasized boning, whilst a simple waist band meets a classic crepe skirt, finished with buttons to the train hem.