If you want to buy a dress for a girl, you may encounter the prob­lem of choos­ing a size. If there is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to try on and time, this sim­pli­fies the task. But what if the mod­el is pur­chased as a gift or urgent­ly and there is no time to re-order a dif­fer­ent size?

The MiNaVla gar­ment fac­to­ry has been pro­duc­ing beau­ti­ful and high-qual­i­ty chil­dren’s cloth­ing for over 20 years. Based on many years of expe­ri­ence, we will tell you how to take mea­sure­ments cor­rect­ly, the fea­tures of choos­ing the size and what to do if the mea­sure­ments do not match the para­me­ters in the table.

As a Sell­er, we respect our Buy­ers, and we are inter­est­ed that our clothes are on time, and infor­ma­tion about the prod­uct is acces­si­ble and under­stand­able. That is why we accom­pa­ny descrip­tions of clothes with addi­tion­al char­ac­ter­is­tics and size tables. One of the most com­mon and most log­i­cal size grids is Euro­pean. In it, the size of the thing is equal to the height of the child in cen­time­ters. In addi­tion to height, the defin­ing char­ac­ter­is­tics are the girth of the bust, waist and hips.

We mea­sure the child cor­rect­ly.

It is impor­tant to know how cer­tain quan­ti­ties are mea­sured. We present the most impor­tant ones. The child must be undressed to under­wear, mea­sure­ments over cloth­ing are not allowed. We do not stretch the mea­sur­ing tape when mea­sur­ing.

Growth. The child should be placed near a wall or door jamb, asked to straight­en his back, keep his head straight. And with a ruler on the wall, mark the height of the crown. Height is mea­sured by the height of the mark, not by the fig­ure! Shoes must be removed pri­or to mea­sure­ment.

Waist cir­cum­fer­ence (FROM). It is mea­sured hor­i­zon­tal­ly with a cen­time­ter at the nar­row­est point of the fig­ure.

Chest girth (OG). We mea­sure at the most pro­trud­ing points of the chest at the lev­el of the armpits, around the tor­so.

Hip cir­cum­fer­ence (OB). Mea­sured at the most pro­trud­ing points of the but­tocks and thighs. In the pic­tures, this mea­sure­ment is often depict­ed as if it were mea­sured by the hip bones. In fact, the mea­sur­ing tape must be drawn simul­ta­ne­ous­ly through the most pro­trud­ing points of the but­tocks, thighs and abdomen, as if a lit­tle oblique­ly.

Accord­ing to these para­me­ters, in the cloth­ing indus­try, an allowance for free­dom of fit­ting from 1 to 3 cm is added, depend­ing on the mod­el. All mea­sure­ments can be tak­en from the fin­ished dress, which fits the girl well.

What if the mea­sure­ments don’t match?

What should I do if sev­er­al para­me­ters are indi­cat­ed for a dress, suit or oth­er item, and some of them are clear­ly too small for a child? For exam­ple, is the waist nar­row or is the back length short? If any of the para­me­ters is small, the thing may press, pull, or cause oth­er dis­com­fort. There may be two options. Please note the size is larg­er. For exam­ple, if a dress that is the right size is too nar­row in the bust, choose a size that fits the bust. This option is the most opti­mal. Remem­ber that mod­els of dress­es with a high waist fit per­fect­ly on any type of fig­ure! And they look great on both slim and curvy ones.

Also, in most mod­els of chil­dren’s dress­es, belts are pro­vid­ed at the waist and laces on the back, allow­ing you to adjust the fit accord­ing to the fig­ure. This is espe­cial­ly true for skin­ny princess­es.

Fea­tures of choice.

The choice of style and free­dom of fit­ting the dress depends on the age of the girl. For the youngest chil­dren, loose-fit­ting cloth­ing should be cho­sen. It is nec­es­sary to check the qual­i­ty of the seams, the absence of pro­trud­ing threads and rough details. You can not choose a dress for Babies with poor­ly attached decor ele­ments. It is manda­to­ry to check the pres­ence of a lin­ing under the embroi­dery or appliqué.

It is not rec­om­mend­ed to buy a dress “butt”. It is bet­ter to choose a mod­el with a small mar­gin. The back of the prod­uct should be adja­cent to the shoul­der blades, with­out form­ing large wrin­kles and creas­es, the sleeve should not restrict move­ment. Ask the young Fash­ion­ista to make a few move­ments with her hands to appre­ci­ate the free­dom in dynam­ics.

Notice the neck­line. It should not lag behind and bub­ble. And be sure to check the qual­i­ty of light­ning in oper­a­tion.

The MiNaVla gar­ment fac­to­ry pro­duces chil­dren’s cloth­ing only from high-qual­i­ty cer­ti­fied mate­ri­als and acces­sories in accor­dance with mod­ern fash­ion trends and GOST require­ments. Each stage of pro­duc­tion, from design devel­op­ment to eval­u­a­tion of the qual­i­ty of the fin­ished prod­uct, is giv­en spe­cial atten­tion. Our main goal is to meet high qual­i­ty and safe­ty stan­dards.

Respect and care for lit­tle Cus­tomers, tak­ing into account their needs and char­ac­ter­is­tics, always inspire the work of our team. Cloth­ing from MiNaVla is the best com­bi­na­tion of trends and com­fort!