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Missy Full Body Dress Form Junior Fullbody Dress Form


Knowing the difference between missy size and junior size is an important part of knowing your correct sizes. When you know which category you fit into, you are able to find a better fit dress form.

PGM Lady Full Body Draping Dress Form  are often considered the "average" size woman.  Junior sizes are designed for a younger age group.

PGM Junior Full Body Draping Dress Form is usually more suitable for the still developing junior body.  The difference between PGM Lady Draping Dress Form and PGM Junior Draping Dress Form is generally around 1-inch.

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PGM LadyFull Body Draping Dress Form is designated by even sizes, such as 0-20. This size range is commonly used by fashion designers.
PGM Junior Full Body Draping Dress Form are for younger women and are designated by uneven sizes such as 1-15. The sizes for juniors are usually slimmer in the hips and bust than misses sizes. 

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How to fit your dress form by using quilt batting, bra, tight gym suit, or pant-hose:

1. Using quilt batting, add a layer of batting around the torso. The batting pretty much sticks to
    itself, but you can pin or tape or stick it in place for a temporary hold.

2. Put a bra on the form that fits you perfectly. This is important for two reasons. First, not all bust
    dimensions are the same. For example, some wearers of a 36B bra have cups that runneth
    over, while others have cups that runneth under, even though 36B is the correct size. Secondly,
    pads alone cannot always mimic the shape the bust takes when it is in the undergarment that is
    usually worn. By using the same bra worn by the individual and padding it appropriately, the
    bust area of the dress form will exactly mimic the body.

    NOTE: It is important that the basic dress form’s cup size be smaller than or equal to the body,
    since it cannot be altered easily. Some manufacturers make a petite form with smaller cup

3. Pad the bra with fiberfill, to as closely mimic the actual shape of the bust as possible.

4. Add layers of fiberfill around the bra area in back to mimic the shape of the flesh in this area as

5. Add shoulder pads under the bra straps if needed to exactly mimic the shoulder-to-bust apex or
    bust point measurement. Some people have one shoulder higher than another, for example.

6. Add more layers of quilt batting, and separate pads.

7. Measure, measure, measure!

8. When all of the padding is finished, pull a tight bodysuit or gym suit or pant-hose over the entire

9. Stand next to the form, turning slowly and turning the form as well, checking the body mensions
    and shapes from all angles. Adjust stuffing as necessary.

10. Measure the dress form again, and compare to your measurements. Adjust stuffing as

11. Next, get at least 3 or 4 tops, blouses, skirts, pants, jackets, and dresses that fit you well and
       try them on the dress form. This is a really critical step, because although the measurements
       may be accurate, they may not allow for the way the garment fits on you. This allows you to
      adjust the padding some more in order to ensure that garments fit on the dress form the same
      way they fit on you.

12. When the fit is as close as possible, pin or stitch black twill tape onto the form, marking the
       following areas, ensuring that the distances and dimensions are accurate. For example, the
       center back neck to waistline measurement may not be the same as the center front neck to
       waistline distance.
       a. Neckline
       b. Shoulder
       c. Center Front
       d. Center Back
       e. Side seam areas
       f. Crotch seam area
       g. Bust
       h. Waist
       i. Hips

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