This measurement refers to the circumference of your ankle area or the lower part of your bottom. It is as integral for fitted bottoms, like trousers and churidars, as it is for looser bottoms like culottes, palazzos or salwars.
You should take this measurement basis the width of the lower leg hem of your bottom.
Generally, you should take this at the ankle level. Wear a snug, ankle length legging to note this measurement.
For Churidaars, leggings and fitted trousers - Take the tape around your ankle snugly, and note the circumference of your ankle area – as shown in the picture. Don’t pull it too tightly, as you need to keep space for churis as well as easy wearing of the bottom (or you can choose to get buttons at that end).
For Salwars, Palazzos and other slightly wide hemmed pants/ bottoms – Take the tape around your ankle area, but keep it to the approximate girth/ width you wish your bottom hem to be. This will be bigger than your ankle circumference.
This measurement head is not listed on all Suits Order pages, as this may not be needed always. Nonetheless, wherever you feel it’s necessary - record it and convey, along with other important measurements and details. Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with our representatives.