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- You can use it to display your products in the window, on a counter, on a tiered display shelf, or on the floor. The dress form also fit to be presented as a gift. And the height is adjustable which can meet your needs to display different kinds of products.
- Product Specification:
- Material: Foam + Cotton fabric cover
- Color: White
- Adjustable stand: iron
- Package Includes:
1 x Mannequin Torso Body
- Take Your Body Measurements
Measure bust over the fullest part.
Measure your natural waist – the area where your waistband most comfortably sits.
Take your hip measurement 7”-9” below the waistline. This should be the widest part of your hip area.
Measure the shoulder across the back from side to side.
Have your friend measure your back waist length from neck to natural waist.
Measure from your waist to the floor. Add this to the back waist length to find the height from neck to floor.
-- Due to the different display and different light, the picture may not show the actual color of the item
-- The length is measured by hand, so there will be a 0.5-1cm error.
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