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How To Measure Strapped Tank Tops

Points to Ponder:

Don't stretch any part of the Strapped Tank Tops - It must be free from wrinkles - Don't use fabric covered surfaces - Surface must be as flat as board

Choose a Strapped Tank Top in which you are comfortable and that fits you well and then take measurements as we explained below in the chart:

Chest: Measure around the fullest part of the chest 1" below bottom of armhole seam.

Body Length (Center Front): Measure from top of center front seam to hem bottom edge.

Body Length: HPS measure from HP junction of front neck/armhole seam to hem bottom edge.

Armhole: Measure straight from inside binding edge to edge.

Shoulder Strap Length: Measure from back neck seam up to strap apex.

Front Neck Drop: Lay a straight edge across apex of shoulder straps, measure down from imaginary line of edge to top of front neck binding.

Back Neck Drop: Lay a straight edge across HPS of back neck binding seam, measure down from imaginary line of edge to top of back neck binding.

Neck Width: Measure from back junction of binding edge across to other junction edge.

Shoulder Width: Measure horizontally at top of strap outside edge to edge.

Mid Torso: Measure 8" down from center front seam, then measure width from side seam to side seam.

Bottom Sweep: Measure width straight across bottom at hem fold edge.

Bottom Hem: Measure from fold edge of hem to top-most stitch line. Measure several times.