Mom and Daughter Black Floral Print Dress

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Mom and Daughter Black Floral Print Dress

Mom and Daughter Black Floral Print Dress

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Hat Size Guide
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Material: 65% Cotton, 35% Others
Neckline: Scoop Neck
Sleeve Length: Sleeveless
Waist Line: High Waist
Length: to calf
Machine wash, tumble dry
Pattern Type: Floral
Style: Fashion
Fit: Fits true to size, take your normal size
Department Name: Mother & Daughter

WHAT'S YOUR HEAD SIZE?

Everyone knows their shoe size. Hats? Not so much. But with a few quick measurements, you will know your hat size which, unlike your waist size, will stay the same for the rest of your life.

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR HEAD AND HAT SIZE USING STRING OR A MEASURING TAPE

This is the traditional way that you can use at home to find your hat size.

What You'll Need:

  • String or ribbon
  • Ruler
  • Hat sizing chart
  • Pen or marker
  • Standard Measuring Tape

 

Step 1: Use a Piece of String to Measure Your Head

With the piece of string in your hands, wrap it around the back of your head just slightly above your ears or about 1/8 of an inch higher than your ear tip.

Pull the string around to meet at the center of your forehead just above your eyebrows. If you like your hat to sit a bit higher, you can pull the string around your head exactly to match how your hat rests on your head.

It's important that you don't pull the string too tight. Rather, the string should fit comfortably around your forehead so that it isn't too tight or loose. This should feel exactly the way you want your hat to feel as it rests on your head.

You can mark the distance where the string meets with a pen or marker.

Step 2: Measure the String with a Ruler

Once you have marked the point of circumference on the string, you can lay it flat and place a ruler underneath to find the circumference in inches. You will likely have to measure the size to the nearest 1/8 of an inch.