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    Really Cute Length Chart

    Here's the most recent length chart that's circulating. It sure looks alot nicer than that old one!

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    Last edited by Tink; 07-26-2011 at 11:43 AM. Reason: ETA: I didn't know it would be so small. Click on it for a slightly larger version.

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    Re: Really Cute Length Chart

    I thought Hip Length was higher than Tailbone Length and just a few inches below waist.
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    Re: Really Cute Length Chart

    I think you're right! I didn't even notice that! Looks like it should be at the top, not bottom of her hips!

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    Re: Really Cute Length Chart

    yes, please. or i'll have to change my goal. That's too looooong for me.
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    Re: Really Cute Length Chart

    That picture is really off. Hip length is where you naturally rest your hands (on your hips); where they have it marked is considered classic length.
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