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Grab your favourite garment for its fit and follow the specifications shown in the photo.
Prefer not to do the measurements yourself? Send me your standard size (xxs, xs, s, m, l, xl, xxl)
For each choice, please send me your height.
Distance between the right and left shoulder
At the height of the seams under the armpits, we measure the distance between one arm and the other. The measurement is then multiplied by two.
The corresponding length from the shoulder seam to the sleeve to the cuff.
The distance from the neck seam to the end of the sweater.
The corresponding height from the shoulder seam to the chest seam.
Corresponds to the maximum width of the muscle under the axillary point.
Please also specify the weight and breed of the dog.
dog Neck girth
This is the length around your dog’s neck, where the collar usually sits.Place the tape measure from the dog’s withers (the ridge between the shoulder blades) to the top of his chest.Then, hold the tape measure close to your dog’s neck and measure all the way around it.Use the rule of “two fingers.”
dog Chest girth
This is the size of your dog’s largest rib cage, which is usually right behind the front legs.When he is standing, measure carefully all the way around his chest.Use the “two-finger rule” to get the right amount of tightness by putting two fingers between the measuring tape and your dog.
dog Topline or back
Stand your dog up and use a tape measure to measure along the top of his spine, from where his neck joins his body (usually where his collar sits) to where his tail starts.For male dogs, you might need to change the size. If the clothes you’re buying don’t have a hole for his groyne and belly, you might want to cut them a little shorter to reduce the chance that he’ll pee on them.
Please also specify your height
This is the length of the skirt from the string or waistband to the desired length of the hem. Please note that this is the exact same length as the skirt’s inseam.
Wrap the tape tightly around the widest part of the head, from the most prominent part of the forehead (usually 1–2 fingers above the eyebrow) to the widest part of the back of the head. Try to find the way around the head that is the widest. Measure it again three times and take the biggest number.