Tea length dresses are garments that are anywhere between the bottom of a woman’s knee and the bottom of the calf. The dress should be about three or four centimeters above the ankle. Tea length dresses are in the middle of a cocktail dress length and full length dress. Gaining in popularity in recent years as most grown women figures, tea length dresses are often used in semi-formal or informal weddings.
If your dress is suitable for life, start the measurement in your life – just above the navel – and measure where you want the dress fall. It is expected that this measure, taken with a tape does not extend to reach anywhere below the knee a few centimeters above the ankle. The choice is up to you. As if that were not enough, also have a waist. Tea length dresses flowing freely and without life should be measured in a slightly different way.
Instead of measuring the waist, start the measurement of the bone in the hollow of the neck just below the throat and be at the point of the leg you want the dress fall. Take a measurement on the back too, starting at the neck. Tea length dresses strapless are very popular, but need an extra dose. The tape must be horizontal to the ground the entire circumference of the body.