This is loose sweater, however because you can double it and belt it we are offering it in two sizes: Small and Large. It can be worn belted or unbelted, or belted just in the front and loose in back, or thrown over your shoulder! So many ways!
The XS/S and M/L are the exact same tabard; it is 60" in Length from front to back hem and is intended for sizes XS-L in our pieces. It includes a 3" wide belt that has two length options. The XS/S Belt is 24" in length, and the M/L belt is 29" in length (the belts stretch a LOT).
The XL/2XL and 3XL/4XL are the exact same tabard; it is 70" in Length from front to back hem and is intended for sizes XL-4XL due to the added length going over more curves. It includes a 3" wide belt that has two length options. The XL/2XL belt is 36" long, and the 3XL/4XL belt is 42" in length (the belts stretch a LOT).
Due to how our webstore tracks inventory we can't separate belt sizes from tabard sizes, so if you would prefer a longer tabard but a smaller belt you would have to alter the belt to be smaller. We do not recommend going to the larger size tabard if you're smaller than our XL as it's designed to fit over a larger chest.
Also, we include model measurements in all descriptions. We break the model info down in order of their appearance in photos.
Desireé is modeling the Production M/L. She has a 41” Bust, 35” Waist, 40” Hip, and is 5’11.
Susan is modeling the Production XS/S. She has a 32" Bust, 25" Waist, 36” Hips, and is 5'9".
Henry is modeling the Production 3X/4X. He has a 50” Chest, 50” Waist, 40” Hips, and is 5’10”.
Kelsey is modeling the Sample Small with the M/L belt (which we had to pin in the back because she needed the XS/S belt). She has a 36” Bust, 26” Waist, 42” Hip, and is 5’9”.
Tas is modeling the Production XL/2X. She has a 48” Bust, 39” Waist, 49” Hip and is 5’6”.
Photos by Lauren Elisabeth Photo.
Hand Wash Cold, dry flat!
This is a tighter knit sweater, but it's still possible to snag. However, it's simple to fix with a Snag Repair Tool, which you can buy on Amazon or possibly buy in your local sewing store. This repair tool is easy to use, but there's a great tutorial video if you want help!
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