Greetings, beautiful tall ladies! Please help us help you!

We’ve created this market research form to find out more about your measurements, to help us create a better fit in our garments for you.

If you have the time (and a tape measure!), we’d really appreciate your input. Please take all your measurements in centimetres. You don’t need to write cm, just the digits will suffice.

Thank you!

Please select your closest dress size.
Enter your height in centimetres (or m and cm)
Measure the distance around the widest part of your head.
Measure from your front hairline (or where you like your hat brim to sit) to the nape of your neck.
Measure the distance around the neck.
Measure from the base of the neck to the floor.
Measure the distance between the base of your neck (the C7 vertebrae, where the slope of the shoulder meets the neck) and the shoulder bone (at the top of your arm, e.g. where a shoulder pad in a jacket would end or a sleeve would start)
Measure across the upper chest the distance from the end of one shoulder to the other end.
Measuring across the shoulder blades, measure the widest distance from the shoulder to shoulder.
Please measure the distance around your chest and back, under the cups of your bra.
Please measure the distance around the fullest part of your bust/chest and your back.
Measure around the upper part of the breast/chest, passing across the armpits.
Wearing a good-fitting bra, please measure the distance from where your bra strap sits between your collarbone and shoulder, to the nipple.
Measure the distance between the nipples.
Measure the distance from your sternum (centre of chest) to the peak of your breast.
Measure the distance from waist to under your bust (where the band of your bra sits).
Passing over the fullest part of the bust, measure from the base of the neck (halfway between the centre point of your throat and end of shoulder) to your natural waistline.
Measure the distance from the base of the neck (halfway between the centre point of your throat and end of shoulder) to your natural waistline.
Please measure the narrowest distance from the side of your waist to the other side point, around the front of your torso.
Please measure the narrowest distance from the side of your waist to the other side point, around the back of your torso.
Measure around the fullest part of the hips.
Also known as Waist-to-Hip measurement, please measure the distance from your natural waist to the fullest part of the hips. Keep the tape measure perpendicular to the floor).
From the base of the neck, measure to the top of the centre hip bone (the iliac crest)
Measure from the front rise (where you like your front trouser waistband to comfortably sit) to centre crotch, where the inner leg seams of trousers meet.
Measure from the back rise (where you like your back trouser waistband to comfortably sit) to centre crotch, where the inner leg seams of trousers meet.
Measure from the rise point at the front waist, through your legs, to the rise point at the back waist to find your crotch length. Make sure to keep the tape measure snug, but not too tight.
Spread your legs about shoulder width apart. Measure the distance from the crotch to approx. 2.5cm below the ankle bone.
Find your hipbone at the side of your body. Starting approx. 2.5cm below the hipbone, measure the distance down the leg to approx. 2.5cm below the ankle bone.
Measure around the widest part of your thigh.
Measure from the fullest part of the hip to the kneecap, holding the tape measure at the outer side of the body.
Measure around the widest part of your knee.
Measure the distance from the centre of your kneecap to the floor. It's easiest to use the tape measure on the inside of your leg instead of at the front).
Measure around the shin and calf, making sure to keep the tape measure at the widest part of your lower leg.
Measure around the widest part of the ankle.
Measure the distance around the bicep at the widest point.
Bending the arm to an L-shape, measure the distance around the elbow.
Measure the distance around the forearm at the widest point.
Measure the distance from the shoulder bone, past the elbow, to the point between the wrist bone and thumb base. When measuring the arm should be slightly bent at the elbow. Please make sure to measure the outer arm.
Measure the distance from the armpit, past the elbowpit, to the point between the wrist bone and thumb base. Please make sure to measure the inner arm.
Measure from the elbow along the outer forearm to the wrist bone.
Measure around the wrist.
Measure from the heel of your hand (where it meets the first wrist crease) to the tip of your longest finger).
Place hand flat and relaxed on a table and measure the widest distance from one side (under the thumb) to the other (under the little finger).
Measure from the skin between the thumb and forefinger to the tip of the thumb.
Measure from the middle finger base to the tip.