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Skating theme apparel
T-shirts, shorts, etc.
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How to Measure for skating dresses:

1. Do not assume you know the size. The sizes listed are just descriptions and do not represent clothing sizes.
2. Measure
3. Measure again
4. If in doubt, order larger. Skating dresses are made of stretchy fabric and are made to fit tight, with no wrinkles or extra "growing room." If you want a looser fit, you should order 1 or even 2 sizes larger. 99% of all exchanges are for a larger size .
5. Each manufacturer (MDS, Xamas, Mondor, etc.) has their own size chart and they are all different. Be sure to use the correct chart.
6. Especially for children, the girth is the most important measurement. 

NOTE:  If you are unsure between sizes, order the next larger size.

HOW TO MEASURE

  1. Chest measurement: taken with a deep breath, arms held out at shoulder height.
  2. Waist measurement: taken at the natural waistline.
  3. Hip measurement: taken around the fullest part of the buttocks.
  4. Girth (Torso) measurement: taken from the center of the shoulder, down the front, through the crotch, and up the back to the starting point. This makes a complete loop around the torso.
  5. Inseam Measurement: the length of the leg from the crotch to one inch above the floor. Measure in stocking feet.

ERMINE SIZING
 Note: The Girth (Torso) measurement is the most important.  Choose the size in which the majority of the measurements fall.  
Be sure to use the correct manufacturers size chart !!!
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Don't forget the TIGHTS, we have Mondor and Capezio at GREAT PRICES!
We have 1000's of skating dresses in stock and ready to ship. 

 
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