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All Keo Bridal wedding gowns are made-to-order, beginning its journey to perfection from the moment you select and order. You have the choice of two tailored options: Custom Size or Standard Size. Enjoy the luxury of custom sizing at no additional cost, with the same 4 to 6-month production timeline as our standard gowns. Imagine a gown crafted precisely to your measurements, making you feel truly unique on your special day. Please note, custom size gowns are non-returnable for any reason, including change of mind or wedding cancellations.

For a comprehensive understanding of our sizing options, please refer to the information provided below.

Understanding custom size gowns.

Choosing a Custom Size gown might be your ideal solution if you find yourself between sizes or wish to minimize the need for alterations. Our process tailors the gown to your precise measurements, ensuring a fit that feels uniquely yours.
 

While custom sizing greatly improves fit, it may not eliminate the possibility of needing alterations entirely. This is because the gown is made based on a set of key measurements without your physical presence. However, the majority of our brides have found they require only minimal adjustments, if any.

 

Due to the personalized nature of our custom-sized gowns, they cannot be returned or refunded for any reason. We highly recommend reviewing your measurements or contacting our customer support for assistance before purchasing to ensure your gown fits perfectly. For more information about returns, please view our return policy.

To proceed with your Custom Size gown, please click below to get started!

Understanding standard size gowns.

Our Standard Size gowns are available in standard sizes 2 - 24, thoughtfully designed with a standard hollow-to-hem measurement to accommodate brides of varying heights and shoe preferences. Each gown can be easily altered to ensure a flawless fit.

When selecting your gown, we advise choosing based on the size that best matches the majority of your measurements or your largest measurement, as it is simpler to adjust a gown by taking it in rather than letting it out. Please note that while we accept returns for standard-sized gowns, a 35% restocking fee applies to all returned orders. To ensure your selection is perfect, we recommend consulting our size guide or reaching out to our customer service team prior to ordering. For more information about standard size returns please view our return policy.

We understand that finding the perfect fit may come with its unique challenges, such as accommodating wider hips or a fuller bust. Our team is here to provide personalized assistance to address any specific fitting concerns you may have. Should you need help determining your ideal size, please do not hesitate to reach out to us for support.

Standard size measuring essentials.

  • A soft, flexible clothing tape measure.

  • ​All measurements should be taken in inches.

  • Stand up straight for all measurements! Slouching can alter more measurements.

  • Wear a very similar bra or shapewear you plan to wear with your wedding gown. Keep the measuring tape snug, but not too loose or too tight. 

  • ​Ensure the tape measure remains straight and level with the ground for an accurate reading.

  • Wear shoes that are the exact heel height you intend to wear on your big day.

  • Avoid wearing bulky clothing during the measurement process.

  • ​Don't alter your body for the measurements future weight changes. Use your current measurements.

  • Loop the measuring tape from the back to the front for easy reading of the measurements.

Standard gown size chart.

Use our size chart to find your best fit. When in doubt between sizes, order the largest size matching any of your measurements to ensure the best fit. For instance, if your bust is a 12, your waist a 10, and your hips an 8, you should go for a size 12. Our size chart aims to accommodate as many body types as possible, yet sometimes, local alterations might be necessary for that flawless fit. All measuremetns below are listed in inches.

Hip
Wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part, of your hips (generally around your buttocks).

Bust
Position the tape measure around the fullest part of your bust, ensuring it crosses over the nipple line. 

Waist
Place the measuring tape around your natural waist. Located just above the belly button, just below the rib cage. 

Hollow-To-Hem
Stand straight, look forward, and keep your heels together. Place the tape measure at the hollow of your collarbone, extending it down to where the end of your gown will end. Wedding gown hems are typically 1⁄4’inch from the ground.

Our standard size hollow-to-hem length is 60 inches. For brides with heights significantly above or below this range, we strongly advise opting for a custom-sized gown to ensure the perfect fit.

Standard size measuring guide.

Let our visual guide below be your assistant in measuring your bust, waist, and hips accurately.

Bust
Position the tape measure around the fullest part of your bust, ensuring it crosses over the nipple line. 

Hip
Wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part, of your hips (generally around your buttocks).

Waist
Place the measuring tape around your natural waist. Located just above the belly button, just below the rib cage. 

Hollow-To-Hem
Stand straight, look forward, and keep your heels together. Place the tape measure at the hollow of your collarbone, extending it down to where the end of your gown will end. Wedding gown hems are typically 1⁄4’inch from the ground.

Our standard size hollow-to-hem length is 60 inches. For brides with heights significantly above or below this range, we strongly advise opting for a custom-sized gown to ensure the perfect fit.

sizing.

how our sizing works.

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