Standard sizes chart


Custom-made sizes

If you chose your dress to be custom-made you need to send us at e-mail or custom size form – your measures as stated in the chart below:

  1. Full length in cm
  2. Length from shoulder to ground (add the height of the heel of the shoe) in cm
  3. Neck circumference in cm
  4. Shoulder width in cm
  5. Breast circumference in cm
  6. Waist circumference in cm
  7. Hip circumference in cm
  8. Front length on the line of the breasts in cm
  9. Front length on the line of the waist in cm
  10. Arm length
  11. Arm circumference at the armpit
  12. Wrist circumference in cm
  13. Back width in cm
  14. Length from 7th cervical vertebra to waist in cm
  15. Length from 7th cervical vertebra to knee in cm
  16. Shoulder circumference
  17. Width from breast to breast
  18. Elbow circumference

*Since the materials we use are slightly elastic, during production, a tolerance of 2cm in the circumferences is accepted.



Avalible colors for wedding dresses – 01 White, 02 Ivory, 03 Champagne, 04 Peach, 05 Pale Pink, 06 Pink, 07 Hot Pink, 08 Dark Purple, 09 Marsala, 10 Liliac, 11 Yellow, 12 Mustard, 13 Tomato Red, 14 Raspberry, 15 Bordeaux, 16 Mint, 17 Milk Green, 18 Petrol Green, 19 Dark Green, 20 Ice Blue, 21 Sky Blue, 22 Dark Blue, 23 Royal Blue, 24 Hot Peach, 25 Gold, 26 Silver, 27 Rose Ash, 28 Navy Blue, 29 Light Grey, 30 Graphite, 31 Black


Style silhouettes

Fundamentally there are 6 types of wedding gown style silhouettes:

  • Empire Silhouette. The Empire Line Gown – Empire style is defined by the raised waistline which sits just below the bust from which the rest of the dress flows down to the hem.
  • A-line Silhouette. The A-line wedding dress design is so classic, timeless, and elegant that it is also sometimes called the princess dress. The top is fitted, often with a heart-shaped bodice, and the skirt flares out gently from the waist.
  • Trumpet Silhouette. The trumpet silhouette is a style of gown that features a gradually-flared skirt and a close-fitting bodice that skims the lines of the body, through the hips. … Just as the name suggests, the gradual flare of a trumpet dress‘ skirt resembles the shape of the musical instrument trumpet’s bell.
  • Sheath Silhouette. A sheath wedding gown skims the body and falls straight to the floor. It’s typically thought of as a romantic wedding dress silhouette, (since it’s light and airy) and looks best on brides with tall, slim figures.
  • Mermaid Silhouette. A mermaid dress is a style of evening gown that fits closely to the body through the torso and hips, then “fishtails” out in a flare to the floor. (This is why it’s also known as a fishtail dress.)