Body Wrappers Praise Dance Metallic Fly-Away Panel Tunic
This tunic is designed for praise dance, liturgical dance, worship dance, and ministry dance.
Metallic fly-away panel tunic has pullover styling.
Brand: Body Wrappers
Style #: BWP609
Fabric: Matte Polyester
Available Colors: Gold, Silver
Available Sizes: 6X-7-Child, 8-10-Child, 12-14-Child, XS-Adult, S-Adult, M-Adult, L-Adult, XL-Adult, 2XL-Adult, 3XL-Adult, 4XL-Adult, 5XL-Adult
Women Girls Youth Worship Dance Size Chart
Men Boys Worship Dance Size Chart
*The size charts are shown as a guide only and not a guarantee. Actual fitting may vary.
How to measure sizes
You should be wearing the undergarments when measuring bust.
Wrap a flexible tape measure around the biggest part of your bust. Make sure the tape lays flat, and goes only over your chest and shoulderblades.
Breathe normally--do not hold your breath!
Use your fingers to find the top of your hip bone at your side (your "iliac crest").
Your waist is the soft area just above the hip bone, below your rib cage. Stand up straight and exhale slowly.
Hold the end of the tape measure at your navel and bring it around your waist to the front.
Align the metal tab that corresponds with the first inch of tape the front of your abdomen.
Wrap the rest of the measuring tape around your abdomen.
Move the measuring tape so that it is at the widest point of your buttocks.
Bring the opposite (end) side of the measuring tape so that it overlaps with the beginning.
Breathe out. This may allow the measurement to widen slightly, but it will ensure a more comfortable measurement.
Girth is especially important to any one piece garment such as a leotard, unitard, or dance dress with attached briefs.
Girth is the vertical measurement of the circumference of your torso. Start by placing a flexible dressmaker's tape measure
at the top of the shoulder, drape it down the front of the body (over the breasts, not between them if you are a woman),
go between the legs at the crotch, up the back of the body to the exact same place on the top of the shoulder.
This makes a continuous loop around the torso.