Wrap the measuring tape around your body to compare.
CLOTHING SIZE GUIDE
Garment measured in inches while laying on a flat surface. 1/2 measurements mean only one side is measured.
HOW TO MEASURE:
To compare sizing, find a similar piece of clothing and lay it on a flat surface. Measure across 1 side only to compare fit. To get the full measurement, double that number.
Since these clothes were designed to be the perfect travel dress/skirt they are a
more relaxed fit. They run true to size but if you want a tighter look and feel for a
night out on the town I'd recommend you size down. If you want a loose fit that's
extra comfy you can size up.
The fabric is stretchy so the sizes are very flexible it all depends on how
comfortable you want to be!
Pictured far left: Laura wearing size S. Would also wear XS if I wanted it tighter.
Pictured Centre: Kat wearing size M.
Pictured Right: Jen went a size up for a comfy fit.
Here is an example of us all wearing the same size SMALL. Sizing down one size
gives it a really beautiful look and hugs the body nicely!
Luiza wearing size SMALL that she paired with a belt. She would normally be a XS
(or XXS if she wanted a tighter fit)
This staple swim piece is one you need to add to your collection. Features a plain black side paired with a trendy black and grey snakeskin print. The scrunch at the back
Fabric: 85% Polyester 15% Spandex
Hand wash cold, air dry
Tie sides with scrunch at back
Size up if you are in-between sizes
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Cute and good quality. Looks great on both sides. My only issue is that when I hiked it up as high as I'd like on the hips, it gapes in the back. This might just be my body -I have a larger booty/hip area and a very narrow waste. These just might not be the right cut for my body type. I was able to minimize gaping by tying the knots tighter and readjusting a little bit. Overall I like it, will wear it a lot, and do recommend it.