Body Suit Measurements

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Auel

Active Member
Hi all!

I'm trying to get a bodysuit made from Zentai Zone and got held back by the custom measurements.

From Crotch to Ankle, do you guys measure from the bottom of your crotch or from the top? Do you add in extra inches for the rest of the suit as well?

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mmadadamm

New Member
when i did it, i got right up in there, and took it from where the inside of my leg meets my body. I hope that makes sense. And also, these suits are so starchy that you want to get as tight a fit as possible. When i did my measurements it was pretty much exactly on the measurement, but now that i have my suit I could have even taken an inch off.

hope that helps. good luck!
 

George

Master Member
-Measure from where the inside of your leg bends inward.
-Also,for each limb,take the biggest measurement of the two.
-I wouldn't add extra inches.

Good luck with the suit! They have an excellent tailoring service; good choice.I got my Spider-man/ McGuire version from their site.
 

Auel

Active Member
Hey guys, thanks for the advises. I'm still quite confused and don't want to screw up my order, should I go with the diagram on the left or right? Wouldn't there be a huge bulge if I go with the one on the right?


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raven415

Active Member
Hey guys, thanks for the advises. I'm still quite confused and don't want to screw up my order, should I go with the diagram on the left or right? Wouldn't there be a huge bulge if I go with the one on the right?



Can't really say for sure how huge the bulge would be buddy. :confused


:p


:lol


I kid.

moving on.
 
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George

Master Member
The one on the right​ is the measurement that I used and what I understand to be the meaning of the drawing on their website.When in doubt,email the customer service;they are kind and professional enough to help you.
 

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