Maya Kern Skirts Sizing Poll PART TWO

The last sizing survey was a huge success and we really appreciate everyone who took the time to supply us with their measurements! We never expected to have to run it again but as the year went on we realized that we just did not have enough data to create all the new garments we wish to create.

Participation in this survey will not only help us to make more better fitting garments, but it will also help to drastically decrease our carbon footprint. More data = more information as we construct our garments and more information during the construction process = less iterations on the same garment = fewer packages being shipped from our factory in Turkey to the U.S.

Because we kept all data from our previous sizing survey private (i.e. we did not collect emails), we unfortunately cannot reopen that poll and allow people to edit their responses, and so there are some repeat questions. If you filled out our survey the first time, we greatly appreciate you taking the time to do so again.

So, why do we need your data? Why can’t we just use publicly available sizing data? Well, unfortunately sizing information in the US is heavily skewed by fatphobia and lack of availability of extended sizes. Because of this, all the publicly available sizing data we’ve been able to find has been massively inaccurate. Have you ever bought a shirt where the torso was too short, the arms were too tight, or the neck was too narrow? That is likely because the company making that garment was working off this same publicly available, inaccurate data. This applies to all sizes of clothing, but especially to plus sizes because many companies scale up their straight size garments with no consideration for the way that body proportions change as size increases.

Whose data do we want? Are we only looking for data from plus size people? No! We want data from people of all sizes.

As an indie art/clothing brand, we aim to be as size inclusive as we can with our apparel and as we move towards making more complicated/fitted garments, having measurements that accurately reflect our audience/customer base is invaluable. Your participation in this poll will help us continue to make clothing that is cute, comfortable, and that fits a wide range of bodies.

All information given in this poll will be kept private, will not be sold to others (individuals or corporations) and will be used purely to make sure that we can make the best fitting clothes we possibly can. As we are not collecting email addresses for privacy considerations, please only submit measurements once. 

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**

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Neck Base circumference in Inches

Measure all the way around the base of your neck.  

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Chest Measurement in Inches 

Measure the fullest part of your chest all the way around.

If you normally wear a bra/binder, please wear one for this measurement   

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Low Chest/Underbust Measure

Measure the circumference under your bust or a few inches above your waist (the narrowest part of your torso)

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Chest Depth 

Measure from the top of your shoulder to your nipple. If you do not have nipples, measure to the middle of your chest/where you measured for your bust/chest.

(If you normally wear a bra/binder, wear one for this measurement)  

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Waist Measurements in Inches

Measure the smallest part of your waist (this is generally just below your ribcage)

 **Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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High Hip Measurement in Inches

Measure at the very top of your hip bone.  

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Low Hip Measurement in Inches

Measure the very widest part of your seat.  

 **Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Thigh Circumference

Measure around one of your thighs close to where the yellow line indicates.  

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Knee Circumference

Measure around one of your knees close to where the yellow line indicates. 

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Ankle Circumference

Measure around one of your ankles close to where the yellow line indicates. 

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Bicep Circumference

Measure completely around your arm. This is to make sure we get sleeves right. This measurement may require assistance for full accuracy.

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Elbow Circumference

Measure completely around your arm. This is to make sure we get sleeves right.   

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Wrist Circumference

Measure completely around your wrist. This is to make sure we get sleeves right.   

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Arm length

Measure from your shoulder to your wrist. This is to make sure we get sleeves right.  

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Inseam

Measure from your crotch to your ankle

**Please note that measurements are in whole numbers, please round up to the nearest inch if you are in-between.**
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Height in Inches/ How tall are you?
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Weight (please enter your weight in pounds).

This question is optional.

The software we are working with to model our garments does best when provided with an individual’s weight, so if you are comfortable sharing, we would appreciate it.
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