custom dancewear

Measurements

Obtaining proper measurements is a simple but critical task necessary to guarantee the best possible fit for your custom costume. Begin with a standard cloth or vinyl measuring tape and check to see that it is in good repair. Do not try to measure yourself! Allow someone else to gather these measurements for you. Measurements taken over a leotard, undergarments or bathing suit are preferred. The measuring tape should not be pulled tight nor allowed to be loose and be sure to check for twisting. Select the largest of your measurements. Our costumes are made to be a sleek competitive fit and we do not allow for grow room.

Bust:

Measure with arms held out at shoulder height, over bust and across back with the tape measure remaining parallel from front to back.

Waist:

Measure around the natural waistline which is the narrowest point below the ribcage and directly above the belly button. If you're not sure where your natural waistline is bend at your side. The crease that forms indicates your natural waistline.

Hips:

Measure around the widest part of the buttocks, parallel to the door.

Girth:

Start tape measure at top of shoulder. Run tape down front of body through crotch and back up the same shoulder. Hold one hand under the bust and at small of back and measure comfortably over buttocks to allow for all the curves of the body.

Arm Length:

Measure from edge of shoulder to bottom of wrist bone, done on a straight arm.

Upper Arm:

Measure on a straight arm around the bicep.

Lower Arm:

Measure around forearm midway from the elbow to the wrist.

Wrist:

Measure around the wrist bone.

Alterations:

It is imperative that accurate measurements are provided. Kenerly Kreations, Inc. guarantees the fit on all new costumes provided that accurate measurements are given. It is the customer's responsibility to report any grievances by phone or email before shipping the costume back for any adjustments. The customer must also provide photographs that depict any fit issues before any alterations can be made. The costume must be returned within 20 days of the receipt of the costume in order to avoid the application of any alteration fees. Merchandise must be returned clean and in good condition. If it is determined that incorrect measurements were provided by the customer or measurements have changed due to growth or other reasons, alteration charges will be applied. In any case, shipping costs are the responsibility of the customer.


"Just wanted to let you know we received the costume on Friday and its beautiful just as I knew it would be....Jenna tried in on Saturday and it fits her perfectly and she loves it..."

Mike White, Curwensville, PA