Personalize Your Dress
Pick your favorite dress from your collection and personalize it to fit your unique style – from neckline, sleeve, length and side pockets!
Take Your Measurements
Take your measurements wherever you are. You don’t need a tailor, you just need a friend. Make sure that you follow our 3 minute measuring guide to ensure that you provide correct measurements. It is Quick and Easy!
If you are still unsure how to take your measurements, you can schedule a free consultation with us. Simply select a time slot that is most convenient for you here. These calls usually take less than 10 minutes.
Our quality control and tailors also check the measurements you provide for reasonableness before working on your dress.
Our Local Tailors Handcraft Your Dress
Your dress is tailor-made from scratch. Our independent local tailors only make your dress after receiving your order and measurements. Your can also get to know your tailor in our tailor profile.
With this slow fashion model, you are improving lives of female tailors in Vietnam and reducing fashion waste with each dress you purchase.
Quality Control and Delivery
Once your dress is made, it will be sent to our quality control team, who carefully checks the measurements of your dress to ensure they match the measurements you provide.
Guess what? You will even get a picture of your dress before it is shipped to your door. Once you are happy with the dress, we will ship it to you.
If you dress only requires a few adjustments to fit you perfectly, we advise you to visit a local tailor, and we will cover the alteration cost (up to USD 30).
Is your dress unalterable? No problem. We will pay for the return shipping and make a new one for you.
You will give you a full refund and pay for the return shipping.
8-10 days including tailoring and shipping. Our customers enjoy FREE SHIPPING on all orders.
All you need are a friend and a measuring tape. Empty your pocket, relax your body and be honest! Please provide your exact measurements (not rounded) as you can choose your fit preference, exact fit verse loose fit, while you select a product.
Place the measuring tape where the shoulder seam meets one of the sleeves. Measure up over the curve of the shoulders, until the other shoulder seam meets the sleeve. The measuring tape should touch the lowest part of the shirt collar.
Run the measuring tape around the fullest part of your chest, tight up under your armpits and over the shoulder blades, just in line with your nipples. Keep the tape parallel to the floor. Please note that the type of bra you wear will affect the measurement. For the best fit, wear the type of bra you usually wear on a daily basis.
Start from where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down along the front of your body to the tip of the bust.
Measure around the narrowest part of the natural waistline, which is usually in line with your elbow crease and about 1-2 inches above your belly button. To check, bend to one side – the crease that forms is your natural waistline. Often it is just below your ribcage and in line with your elbow crease. Try to keep the tape measure parallel to the floor as you measure all the way around your torso.
For the best result, tie a ribbon (or string or skinny belt) at your natural waist (the narrowest part of the waistline) to mark it. Then start from where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down following along the curve of your front to the marker at your natural waist.
Standing with heels together, measure around your body at the broadest part of your hips. This will include the fullest part of your backside, too and should be just about where your legs meets your torso.
Wrap the measuring tape over the top of your shoulder and around under your armpit.
Place the tape measure around the widest part of your upper arm, your bicep.
Place one end of the measuring tape where the shoulder seam meets the sleeve. Measure along the arm down to the point where you would like your sleeve to end.
Start from where your shoulder meets your neck and measure down following along the curve of your front to where you would like your dress to end.