Question: What's the difference between juniors and women's sizes?
Answer: Juniors is a section made specifically for teenagers and tend to follow younger people's trends. The difference is in the body shape that the clothes are cut to fit. A junior size is cut to fit a young body with fewer curves, smaller bust and less definition between waist and hips. That's why junior size jeans often have that gappy thing going on at the back, when the hips fit the waist is too big. That's because of the way junior sizes are cut. Junior sizes are in odd numbers, from 1 to 15. Junior styles tend to be casual, trendy, and suitable more for school, casual going out, club and first-job wear.
So, if you normally wear a medium in women's, generally a small size in junior will be a perfect fit.
Question: What is a 'Pit to Pit' measurement?
Answer: The measurement from armpit to armpit on the shirt would be the pit to pit measurement. We are giving you that measurement for each shirt. Find a shirt that fits you well.
Question: How to measure for the right size?
Bust: Measure around the fullest part of bust under arms with arms relaxed down at sides.
Waist: Measure around natural waistline which appears as crease when bending to one side.
Hips: Measure around fullest part of body at the top of legs with feet together.
Inseam: Measure from inside crotch seam to the hem of pants that fit you well.
Rise: Measure from the crotch to top of waistband.
Sits above waist (inches) = 11-12
Sits at waist (inches) = 10-11
Sits low on waist (inches) = 8.5-10
Sits ultra low on waist (inches) 7-8.5
Sleeve: Measure from center back of neck, over point of shoulder, and down outside of arm past elbow to wrist with arm relaxed at side.
Skirt Length: Measure from the waist down. Skirts are measured from center front. Skirts with waistbands are measured from seams down. Skirts without waistbands are measured from top down.
Coat/Dress Length: Measure from the highest point of the shoulder down.
Question: How to Stretch shrunken clothing?
Answer: First of all, you will need a bucket, 1 table sppon, baby shamppo, pencil, Parchment paper, paperweights, white vinegar, sponge and optional, washer and dryer
Step 1: Add shampoo
Fill a bucket with a quart of water and add a tablespoon of baby shampoo.
Step 2: Soak your clothing
Soak your garment in the bucket for several minutes to help the fibers relax. This is especially true for knitted fabrics like cotton, cashmere or wool.
Step 3: Trace a garment
Use a similar-sized garment to trace an outline on piece of parchment paper. Remove the garment from the bucket, wring out the water, and lay it on the paper. Then stretch the garment to the outer lines of the tracing and secure it with paperweights.
Step 4: Try on the garment
Try on your reshaped clothes, carefully stretching them back into shape.
Apply steam using an iron if the garment is stiff.