Sometimes we all need a little help !
Is it your first time shopping for dancewear ? Do you understand your school specifications for dancewear? Do you find the sizing confusing ? Or you don’t have the time or headspace to figure the products and sizes out yourself?
Worry not, we have got your back. We will figure it all out for you 🙂
Get a measuring tape, stretch your fingers and please fill in the following form.
Diagram to serve as guide for taking measurements:
For Leotard / Bodysuit
Have the dancer/gymnast to be measured in front of you wearing a swimsuit of something body fitting. See the image below.
A – Chest / Bust, around FULLEST part of bust
B – Waist, around SMALLEST part of waist
C – Low Hip, around WIDEST part of low hips
D – Full Girth, top of one shoulder down front between legs and up back to top of other shoulder
- Take measurements in CMS (Centimeters)
- Measure accurately, please do NOT add extra cms to dancers measurements.
- The most important measurements to consider are bust, waist and low hip – girth measurements are primarily for determining the size range.
- When in doubt, let the girth measurements be the deciding factor for the size.
Note down A, B , C , D . We will need them below.
Take the following simple steps to worry-free and accurately find out the correct shoe size for the little dancer.
What you need is A4 size sheet of paper, pencil , a measuring tape or ruler and of course, the little dancer.
- Take a piece of regular A4 paper and ask the dancer to stand on it with the left foot.
- Trace the outline of the foot with the help of a pencil.
- Measure the distance in centimeters ( cms ) from the heel to the end point of the biggest toe (this can be the second toe in some cases).
- Measure the width of the widest part of the foot.
- Note this down and repeat the same for the right foot.
Note down the length and the width
Now fill up the form below. Thanks 🙂