How to take body measurements?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH for ordering your unique garment. In order for your chosen garment to fit great, you have to take your body measurements.
You'll need someone to take them. Following these directions will be easy and it will only take a few minutes. However, any questions you have can contact us and we will solve it in awe.
Measurements should be taken in your underwear or with a thin T-shirt and attached to your body, so that there are no unnecessary lumps. Very important is that you take the measurements with the bra that you are going to wear with the purchased garment or a similar one. You'll also need a tape measure and a cord or elastic with enough length to tie it around the waist.This cord is placed right where the waist breaks, and must remain horizontal along the entire waist travel.
Are you ready? Let's go!

Forward

1. Neck Contour: The tape measure is passed around the base of the neck, above the collarbone, without squeezing.
2. Chest Contour: Raise your arms, pass the tape measure around your chest, and take measurement over the volumer part. The tape measure must be adjusted, but unpressed.
3. Contour under chest: Raise your arms, pass the tape measure around the part just below your chest. The tape measure must be adjusted, but unpressed.
4. Waist contour: It takes the measurement where the waist breaks, above where the cord is placed. The tape measure must be adjusted, but unpressed.
5. Hip contour: The measurement is taken in the bulkier part of the hip. The tape measure must be adjusted, but unpressed.
6. Hip Height: From the waist to the most prominent part of the hip, at the level where we have measured the hip contour.
9. Front waist: From the highest point of the shoulder, near the neck, descending the front, and passing through the bulgest part of the chest to the waist level.
10. Chest height: In the previous measurement we notice the measurement from the highest point of the shoulder to the bulgest part of the chest.
16. Knee length: From the waist, from the front, to the knee.
17. Total length:
From the waist, to the floor without shoes.

back

7. Back Width: With a straight posture but without over-wearing your shoulders back, the tape measure is carried down the back, from one end of the lower shoulder to the other, with the tape measure strap and horizontal.
8. Back waist:
From the highest point of the shoulder, at the base of the neck, descending down the back to the waist level. 

11. Back arm length: From the low-shoulder point to the horizontal of the hem-arm.
12. Sleeve length: It is taken from the low point of the shoulder, with the arm somewhat bent, to the wrist, passing through the elbow.

13. Elbow Length: It is taken from the low point of the shoulder, with the arm somewhat bent, to the end of the elbow.
14. Arm contour: At bicep height, it is taken just without squeezing. 
15. Wrist contour:
It is taken fairly without squeezing.