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Measurements

What you will need before you begin:

Once you have the necessities, let's begin.

Step One:

Don't Panic!

Step OHMIGAWD!:

(If you didn’t panic, feel free to proceed to Step Two.)

Take a deep breath and locate your towel. Take a break, have a cool drink, call a friend. Once you’ve re-attained your calm, come back. We’ll still be here.

Welcome back.

Now that you are in a new state of not-panic, proceed to Step Two.

Step Two:

Find the link to the robe or cloak you want and click it. Read through all of the directions and look at all of the pictures/diagrams. It really is as simple as it looks.

If it still doesn’t make much sense, call an expert. This will probably be Mom, they usually know these things. Grandmas, savvy Dads, or your cosplaying buddy are great backups.

Step Three:

Ready? Measure!

(All measurements are taken from the back.)

Step Four:

Measure a second time, just to be sure. We can only cut the fabric once.

Step Five:

Order!

Click on the following tabs to find what measurements are needed for your garment.

Acolyte's Robe Measurements

A: Nape to floor

B: Shoulders across the back

D & E: Chest / Waist

G: Elbow to elbow, arms down

DO NOT add or subtract from these numbers. This method of measuring means a perfect fit if the numbers are correct!

Cloak Measurements (All Cloaks)

A: Nape to floor

B: Shoulders across the back

D & E: Chest / Waist

H: Neck Circumference

DO NOT add or subtract from these numbers. This method of measuring means a perfect fit if the numbers are correct!

High Councilor Measurements

A: Nape to floor

B: Shoulders across the back

C: Knuckle to knuckle, arms down

D & E: Chest / Waist

F: Top of wrist to floor

DO NOT add or subtract from these numbers. This method of measuring means a perfect fit if the numbers are correct!

Master's Robe Measurements

A: Nape to floor

B: Shoulders across the back

C: Knuckle to knuckle, arms down

D & E: Chest / Waist

DO NOT add or subtract from these numbers. This method of measuring means a perfect fit if the numbers are correct!


Visual Measurement Guides: