The result of years of dress form fitting experience, consultations with fitting luminaries, and lots of complex calculations has now been condensed into one simple to use tool. Introducing the TSC Dress Form Size Finder!
We are honored to be asked dozens of questions every single day about our dress forms. Here, we have collected the 5 most commonly asked questions about our forms. Please enjoy and do not hesitate to continue asking!
As we have become one of the nation's leading dress form manufacturers, we hit the lab to explain exactly what it is that makes our dress forms so popular. We hope you will enjoy.
Measuring yourself for your perfect dress form just got a lot easier... Introducing our Complete Guide to Dress Form Measurements
The metal hanging base is our newest configuration for our dressforms. It offers a completely different look than the other bases and allows for more flexibility in placement and dressing. This post explains the simple steps needed to correctly assemble this base.
An alternative to the tripod base while still retaining the classic wooden look, these round bases have actually become quite a popular choice for dress forms. This guide explains how to best assemble these bases.
The metal tripod is a variation on the classic wooden tripod base. They give the impression of classic style with a modern sleek metal twist. This guide explains how to properly put them together.
The wooden tripod base is the most classic dressform base out there. Little can compare to the overall look of the color-accented wood. These are the few steps necessary to properly assemble them.
The most popular of our dressform bases, the rolling metal dress form base allows store owners to easily roll the forms around their store. It is also quite simple to assemble so long as these simple steps are followed.
"What is a dress form and how are they different from mannequins?", "which body form should I use for my store?", "which dress form is best for tailoring?" - in this article, we attempt to answer all of these questions and to guide our readers to the best dressform (or mannequin) that would best suite their needs.