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Body Measurement

Body Measurement


Height:From top of head to heel, without shoes
Bust:Around fullest part of bust
Under Bust:Measured directly beneath bust
Waist:Around narrowest part of torso
Hips:Around fullest part of hips

Garment Measurement
For garment measurements, use a measuring tape or use a piece of string and measure the string length with a ruler.

Top


Collar
Pick a shirt with a collar that fits you well and lay the collar flat. Measure from the center of the collar button to the far end of the opposite buttonhole. Alternatively, measure around the base of your neck.
Shoulder Width
Width measured from shoulder tip to shoulder tip.
Bust / Chest
The garment is measured straight across the chest where the bodice joins the sleeves. This measurement is doubled. (Tucks and gathers are spread out before measuring.)
Sleeve Length
Measured in a straight line from the shoulder seam to the tip of the sleeve hem (or the end of the cuff).
Total Length
Measured in a straight line from top side to hem.

Pants / Denims

Waists
The garment is measured straight across the waistline (the narrowest part) and this measurement (the inner diameter) is doubled.

If there is no obvious waistline, the garment is measured straight across at a point 42 cm below the line where the neckline meets the shoulder line.
Hips
Pants
With fasteners or buttons fastened, the pants are measured straight across at the bottom of the fastener opening. This measurement is then doubled.
Total Length
Measured in a straight line from top side to hem.

Dress / Skirts


Total Length
Measured in a straight line from top side to hem.
Bust
The garment is measured straight across the chest where the bodice joins the sleeves. This measurement is doubled. (Tucks and gathers are spread out before measuring.)
Waists
The garment is measured straight across the waistline (the narrowest part) and this measurement (the inner diameter) is doubled.

If there is no obvious waistline, the garment is measured straight across at a point 42 cm below the line where the neckline meets the shoulder line.
Hips
Skirts
With fasteners or buttons fastened, the skirt is measured straight across the hipline (18 cm below the waistband seam, or the waistline), and this measurement is then doubled. (Tucks are spread out before measuring.)

One-piece dresses
If there is no obvious waistline, the dress is measured straight across at a point 60 cm below the line where the neckline meets the shoulder line. This measurement is then doubled.

Why might there be a 2cm - 4cm variance in the product measurements stated on the product information page?
There may be a 2cm – 4cm variance in product size because a person might measure the product differently while wearing it.

For example, if the material is flexible, like elastic fabrics or knit materials, the product size may be slightly smaller because the material will be stretched when it is being measured.
 
Also, for products like pants, shorts or pencil skirts, measurements may be obtained by measuring hip circumference at the lower thigh or at the middle thigh.

These varying methods of measurement may produce a difference between the stated product measurements and your expected product measurements. Please note when ordering relevant products.

General Care Tips
Quality clothing deserves quality care. Here are a few general tips for taking better care of your fashion items.  Please note that not every item you purchase can be treated the same way depending on the item's material and style.  The information below only offers some general guidance. 

Read the Label: Clothing labels contain valuable information about proper washing, drying, and ironing methods for each item.  You should always consult the label before washing (or purchasing) a fashion item. Also, do not neglect to read the labels of detergents and other laundry products for proper usage instructions. Note that some YesStyle items may have labels in foreign languages; the material and care information is available online on the product pages.  You can also refer to Laundry Information.  

Washing: Separation is key.  Light colored garments should be washed in warm or hot water while bright and dark colored garments should be washed in cold water to help preserve color.  Light colored items may pick up unwanted dye coloration if washed with darker items.  Man-made fabrics (polyester, rayon, spandex) should be washed separately from natural fibers (cottons).  Delicate and lint-generating items also deserve their own loads.  Make sure to not overload the washer and try to distribute various-sized clothing items in each load, so that they can move freely during the wash cycle.  

Laundry Products: Choose your detergents carefully and follow the recommended quantity per washload.  Too much detergent can accelerate the fading and aging of textiles and leave detergent residues.  Bleach helps remove stains and restore brightness and whiteness to fabrics.  Chlorine bleach is appropriate for white and colorfast items.  It should not be used, however, on items with spandex, wool, silk, or specialty fibers like mohair, angora, and cashmere. If you are not sure whether a fabric is colorfast, it is best to use non-chlorine (oxygen) bleach, which is generally safe for all fabrics.  Many detergents now come with color-safe bleach. 

Fabric softeners soften clothing, reduce static cling and wrinkling, and add a pleasant scent.  Liquid softeners, however, should be used sparingly.  Overuse can cause discoloration and reduce fabric absorbency. 

Drying: As with washing, keep different fabrics in separate loads and do not overload the machine.  Shake out items before placing in dryer for reduced wrinkling.  Make sure to follow the recommended drying instructions on the clothing labels.  Fabrics with low moisture absorbency, such as acrylic, nylon, and polyester, should be dried at a low heat setting.  Drying for too long or at overly high temperatures can cause shrinkage.

Laundry Information
Care InstructionDescription
Water 95 degree
(both handwash and machine wash available)
Water 60 degree
(both handwash and machine wash available)
Water 40 degree
(both handwash and machine wash available)
Water around 40 degree
(both handwash and machine wash available)
Water around 30 degree
(handwash, machine wash also can be OK, neutral detergent)
Water around 30 degree
(handwash only ,neutral detergent)
Water wash is not allowed
Care InstructionDescription
Chlorine Bleaching
Chlorine Bleaching is not available
Oxygen Bleaching
Oxygen Bleaching is not available
Both Chlorine and Oxygen Bleaching available
Both Chlorine and Oxygen Bleaching not available

Care InstructionDescription
Ironing 180~210 degree
Ironing 180~210 degree with a piece of texture
Ironing 140~160 degree
Ironing 140~160 degree with a piece of texture
Ironing 80~120 degree
Ironing 80~120 degree with a piece of texture
No Ironing
Dry Cleaning
Care InstructionDescription
Squeeze softly (both hand and machine)
No Squeezing
Dry with hanger
Dry with hanger (in the shade or indoor)
Lay down the clothes to dry
Lay down the clothes to dry (in the shade or indoor)
No dry cleaning
Use ethylene or Petroleum as a solvent