- A – A’ : circumference of the lower ribs (so that the lumbar state does not end up under the ribs when seated).
- B – B’ : circumference of the waist; the narrowest part of the upper part of the body; in principle at the navel
- C – C’ : circumference to the hip crest
- D – D’ : circumference in relation to the widest part of the seat.
Back height :
- E – F : upper side (at the level of lower shoulder blades or women’s bra strap) to waistline
- F – G : waist to bottom (always up to 2 fingers above seat line)
- E – G : total back height
Height abdomen :
- H – I : upper side to floating ribs to waistline
- I – J : waist to pubis/pubis without discomfort in the groin while sitting
- H – J : total height of the abdomen
Points of attention for :
- Drivers : leave it at the “pass” to avoid disturbance in the groin and on the lower ribs.
Elderly ladies : often a lack of abdominal muscles; therefore, insist not to always wear the lumbo state in order not to make the abdominal muscles lazy.
- Lining (slightly lighter cotton corset fabric)
- Elastic (women’s, jersey or tulle)
- Tie Tie
- Boning & Spiral Boning
- Belts & buckles or velcro buckles & passers-by
- Abdominal piece (cover, lining & mousse)
- Elastic at the hem, middle lint
- Washing instructions label
- Customer Label