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Roy recommends buying a dress for your largest measurement from namelymsjgje88's blog

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According to Meredith Roy, the operations manager of Bella Bridesmaids in New York City, almost all www.feeltimes.com need alterations. "Most gowns are made to order, not made to measure, so each size has the same bust, waist, and hip measurement. It's rare that someone's measurements match one size exactly, which means alterations are necessary," she says. In other words, you may measure size six for bust, size four for waist, and size eight for hips-but you'll be hard-pressed to find something with those exact calculations.


If that's the case, Roy recommends buying a Bridesmaid Dresses for your largest measurement, as it's easier to take in a dress than let it out. Of course, this guideline isn't set in stone, and it depends on the style of dress. "If you're buying dress has a full skirt and your hips are the largest measurement on your body, choose a dress that fits your bust and waist instead. That's because the hip measurement shouldn't matter as much in a dress with a fuller skirt," she says.


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