Do your rompers suit my torso length?
Under each product page, we feature key measurements based on the most frequently asked questions relating to that style! To make sure our fab rompers will be suitable for your torso length, we've included a "high shoulder point to crotch seam" measurement, taken with the garment laid flat. What does this measurement mean? Aha! Check out our measuring guide below.
If you are on the tall torso side, check out our rompers that have a drop waist like My Ruffle Romper or Shorty Ruffle Romper. Our ultra-stylish rompers with adjustable straps like the Backyard Overall and the Garden Party Romper may steal your heart as well. Styles like our stunning Palazzo Romper would also be suitable for a taller torso. REGARDLESS! Follow our measuring guide below and compare your measurements to the ones in our product pages. Easy peasy :)
How to measure myself!
When measuring yourself, make sure the tape measure is always parallel to the ground. Allright, let's get to it! :)
1. Torso: Measure from the highest point of the shoulder, slightly over your bust and to your crotch.
2. Bust circumference: Measure around the back, under the arms and across the fullest part of the bust.
3. Waist circumference: measure all around the slimmest part of your torso. Not sure? Your waist is where you angle when you bend over, or at the height of your belly button.
4. Hip circumference: Your hip measurements should be taken at where your hips are the widest. The hips represent the widest point on your bottom half.
5. Inseam: Find a pair of full-length pants you already own and that fit you well. Lay them flat on the floor and measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg. Alternatively, get your hubby or a friend to help you measure from your crotch area to your ankle.
Still have questions? Drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're happy to help you rock our rompers!