- Measure around the fullest part of the bust, keeping tape slightly loose across the back
- Measure around the body.
- Measure around the fullest part of the hip or around the thighs if they are fuller than the hip.
- Dress Length
- Measure from where the shoulder meets the neck down to the hemline. The wearing length of the dresses is specified on our product pages.
|The number in the washtub shows it can be washed at a maximum temperature of 40°.|
|Handwash only. Your clothes are too delicate to machine wash, remember to make sure the water temperature is cool.|
|This shows that the item is not suitable to wash.|
|1 dot is a cool iron temperature of 110°c. This is generally used for acrylics, nylons and acetates.|
|2 dot iron is a warm iron temperature of 150°c. This is generally used for polyester mixes, and wool garments.
|This symbol shows that your clothes are not suitable to iron.|
Dry Cleaning Symbols
|This indicates you can dry clean your garment. The “P” represents perchloroetheylene solvent which is the most commonly used.|
|Professional dry clean only. The “P” instructs the dry cleaner to use perchloroetheylene solvent. The bar indicates a milder process.|
|The letter "F" represents the solvent r113 & hydrocarbon. This is more environmentally friendly and milder, making it ideal for embellished garments|
|The letter "F" represents the solvent r113 & hydrocarbon. This is more environmentally friendly and milder, making it ideal for embellished garments. The bar indicates a milder process.|
|This states the garment is not suitable to dry clean.|
|This symbol indicates you can tumble dry at a low heat setting..|
|This symbol indicates you can tumble dry at a medium heat setting.|
|Hang/line dry after removing excess water.|
|Lay flat to dry, suitable for delicate clothes that could be distorted by vertical drying.|
|This symbol states you cannot tumble dry the item.|
|This symbol indicates not to bleach the item.|