Waist - Inseam - Waist to Floor
Waist - Body Length - Inseam - Shoulder to Floor
This is how you will determine your garment size. Match this measurement to its correlating size on the chart to know what will fit you best. If your waist measurement is on the high end of a Jumpsuit size (32", 36", 40") we suggest sizing up.
Your waist is measured around your belly, parallel to the floor and can be found where your torso naturally pinches in near the bottom of your ribs, above the top of your hips. The waist line is usually the smallest portion of your torso and sits above the belly button.
Body Length (Jumpsuit Only)
Bodies come in all shapes and sizes. When we updated the original 1930s pattern, we shortened the body length for a more modern fit. If you have a long torso or just want a more flowy aesthetic, you may want to opt for our “Original 1930s Body Length” alteration.
Body length is measured from the top of your shoulder, down the front of your body, through your legs, up your back, meeting back at your shoulder. Your tape measure should be taught but not biting into your skin. Divide this measurement in half and compare this final number to the measurement on the size chart.
The inseam measurement will tell you how long your pant leg will be.
**Our Jumpsuits were adapted from a 1930s pattern so the pant legs are big and flowy and are supposed to end at the ankle or above. (Trust us: you’ll be grateful for this when walking up stairs!)**
Your inseam is measured from your crotch to your ankle along the inside of your leg.
Shoulder to Floor (Jumpsuit only)
This measurement is the full length of the Jumpsuit and can help you determine if you would like your inseam shortened.
To find this measurement, do exactly as it says: measure from the top of your shoulder straight down to the floor.
Waist to Floor (Pants only)
This measurement is the full length of the Pants and can help you determine if you would like your inseam shortened.
To find this measurement, do exactly as it says: measure from your waistline straight down to the floor.