Simple concept: Knowing your body's measurements and making sure each purchase is going to fit just right will lead to less money wasted and fewer returns. Period.
As I’ve discussed in a previous blog post, in which we defined what ‘petite’ means to us, knowing how proportional clothing fits along with the right elements of style is critical for us petite gals. A simple tuck and a shorter hem can make all the difference.
But in order to truly get the perfect fit, you need to be 100% sure of your measurements. Since clothing sizes vary SO widely in the fashion industry, going with your measurements is sure to get you the best results possible.
I totally get it, because I used to almost solely purchase from fast fashion brands, and cost was a HUGE driving factor for me too. That was before I faced the harsh truths of the fashion industry and started to understand what the true costs were, when purchasing from a fast fashion brand vs. a sustainable one.
I’m sharing exclusive partial snapshots today in the form of 3D prototypes of the styles in our premier collection. The snapshots don't represent the final looks of each piece since we'll need to make adjustments as we test fit and get a feel of the overall look, but they'll give you a good idea. This includes our maxi dress, sleeveless jumpsuit, and paperbag waist pants (yay!).
Not to digress, but did I just say 3D prototypes? What the?
Let me explain (trust me, it’s cool!).
Relatable? Same. Because it’s happened to me.
Maybe you're unsatisfied and overwhelmed about the clothes in your closet. You have a mountain of clothes that you've purchased over the years, yet, ironically, you often feel that you have nothing to wear. Or maybe you're starting your sustainable fashion journey and desire to be more thoughtful towards the people and planet when it comes to your fashion purchases.
Well we have just the thing for you, petite queen.