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FABRIC & FIT INFORMATION

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Fabric 

We start with super soft, high-quality, natural fiber fabrics for our products. We make the type of clothes that when people first feel them they exclaim, "ohhh it's so soft!".

You will feel so comfortable wearing our clothes....almost like you are wearing your favorite jammies! However, unlike your pj's, you will look stylish and put together.

What is a natural fiber? Natural fibers are those that come from a plant, animal or mineral source. Cotton and linen are examples of plant fibers, while silk and wool come from animal sources.

Rayon is another plant-based fiber. It comes from a woody bush that is farmed and grows quickly without pesticides and fertilizers, hence in that way is a very earth-friendly, renewable resource. No rain forests or other forests are being cut down to produce Rayon.

Fabric 

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We start with super soft, high-quality, natural fiber fabrics for our products. We make the type of clothes that when people first feel them they exclaim, "ohhh it's so soft!".

You will feel so comfortable wearing our clothes....almost like you are wearing your favorite jammies! However, unlike your pj's, you will look stylish and put together.

What is a natural fiber? Natural fibers are those that come from a plant, animal or mineral source. Cotton and linen are examples of plant fibers, while silk and wool come from animal sources.

Rayon is another plant-based fiber. It comes from a woody bush that is farmed and grows quickly without pesticides and fertilizers, hence in that way is a very earth-friendly, renewable resource. No rain forests or other forests are being cut down to produce Rayon.

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Fabric 

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As mentioned above, natural fibers are really soft. Natural fibers are “breathable” meaning they let your skin breathe and don’t trap the heat like synthetic fibers (polyester, nylon, etc) do. Natural fibers are also very durable and strong. They also absorb color and dye brilliantly.

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Here's what a few of our customers say about our products:
"I've known Jackie for a few years and her quality of work is outstanding!" - Tracy Krueger.

"Excellent service and beautiful clothing" - Hope Strods.

"Love everything! I keep buying from you because I love every single piece that I have purchased. Comfy to wear, easy to launder, and every piece is beautiful" - Debbie Martino.

"LOVE this dress. This is SUPER comfy and just SO pretty!!!! love the material, the colors - it's PERFECT! Tara Hornich.

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Fabric 

As mentioned above, natural fibers are really soft. Natural fibers are “breathable” meaning they let your skin breathe and don’t trap the heat like synthetic fibers (polyester, nylon, etc) do. Natural fibers are also very durable and strong. They also absorb color and dye brilliantly.

Here's what a few of our customers say about our products:
"I've known Jackie for a few years and her quality of work is outstanding!" - Tracy Krueger.

"Excellent service and beautiful clothing" - Hope Strods.

"Love everything! I keep buying from you because I love every single piece that I have purchased. Comfy to wear, easy to launder, and every piece is beautiful" - Debbie Martino.

"LOVE this dress. This is SUPER comfy and just SO pretty!!!! love the material, the colors - it's PERFECT! Tara Hornich.

READ MORE REVIEWS ABOUT US!
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Fit/Sizes 

Our sizes are based on women’s sizes vs junior or missy fits. This means, for example, if you normally wear a “large” size shirt at women’s retailers such as Anthropologie, JCrew, The Gap, Loft, you would be safe going with a large in our shirts.

Additionally, we give pertinent garment measurements such as bust and length to help you figure out what size would be best for you. We describe the fit and styling of the garment as well as call out if the garment is over-sized, running on the larger size, etc.

Another helpful tip to finding the right size in our garments is to measure yourself in key areas such as your bust, waist, hips, etc., and then compare to our measurements of the garment.

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When measuring these areas please keep in mind to measure in your undergarments vs. over clothing, keep measuring tape level and parallel to the floor, measure at the fullest part of your bust and hips, and when measuring your waist to measure the smallest part of your waist not where your pants waistband is. This is your natural waist measurement.

You can also take one of your current garments and measure it to compare it’s measurements to our garments. You would want to use a garment that has a similar fabric type and silhouette to compare. For example, if you wanted to see how our Easy Shirt would fit you, look for a shirt in your closet that has a woven fabric without stretch, as well as a similar loose silhouette vs. a tight t-shirt. See the diagram below for where to measure on some common garments.


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Fit/Sizes 

Our sizes are based on women’s sizes vs junior or missy fits. This means, for example, if you normally wear a “large” size shirt at women’s retailers such as Anthropologie, JCrew, The Gap, Loft, you would be safe going with a large in our shirts.

Additionally, we give pertinent garment measurements such as bust and length to help you figure out what size would be best for you. We describe the fit and styling of the garment as well as call out if the garment is over-sized, running on the larger size, etc.

Another helpful tip to finding the right size in our garments is to measure yourself in key areas such as your bust, waist, hips, etc., and then compare to our measurements of the garment.

When measuring these areas please keep in mind to measure in your undergarments vs. over clothing, keep measuring tape level and parallel to the floor, measure at the fullest part of your bust and hips, and when measuring your waist to measure the smallest part of your waist not where your pants waistband is. This is your natural waist measurement.

You can also take one of your current garments and measure it to compare it’s measurements to our garments. You would want to use a garment that has a similar fabric type and silhouette to compare. For example, if you wanted to see how our Easy Shirt would fit you, look for a shirt in your closet that has a woven fabric without stretch, as well as a similar loose silhouette vs. a tight t-shirt. See the diagram below for where to measure on some common garments.


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