Measurement Charts are of flat garments and can be deceiving. We work hard to have a consistent Medium fit model and often double check our production 2XL piece on our 2XL fit model as well to make sure you can normally stick to the same size in our garments. On oversize garments there’s room to size down if you prefer a more fitted look.
This is one of our Unisex pieces, meaning we fit it on a male body for a Medium. This piece is designed for a more feminine body to have a relaxed fit, and for a more masculine body to be more fitted. Masculine bodies may want to size up for a relaxed fit. Feminine bodies can order their standard Elhoffer Design size for a slouchy look, or down for a slightly more fitted look, or two sizes down for a very fitted look. We always recommend looking at the size chart for a better idea of the flat measurements of a garment.
Also, we include model measurements in all descriptions. We break the model info down in order of their appearance in photos. You can also search by keywords in the title to find other similar garments that may have even other models in photos! For this piece just search ‘Hoodie’ to see our previous knit hoodies.
Henry is modeling the Production 2X. He has a 50” Chest, 50” Waist, 40” Hips, and is 5’10”.
Susan is modeling the Production XS. She has a 32" Bust, 25" Waist, 36” Hips, and is 5'9".
Desireé is modeling the L. She has a 41” Bust, 35” Waist, 40” Hip, and is 5’11.
Christina-Marie is modeling the M. She has a 40” Bust, 29” Waist, 41” Hip, and is 5’8. She is our Medium Fit Model.
Victoria is modeling the 3X. She has a 51” Bust, 47” Waist, 58” Hip, and is 5’4.
Devan is modeling the Sample Unisex Medium. She has a 40" Bust, 31” Waist, 42” Hip, and is 5’8”.
Malinda is modeling the Sample Unisex XS. She has a 36" Bust, 26” Waist, 36" Hip and is 5’3".
Nik is modeling the Sample Unisex Large. She has a 43” Bust, 34” Waist, 44” Hip, and is 5’6”.
Katie Lynn is modeling the Sample Unisex XL. She has a 48” Bust, 39” Waist, 52” Hip, and is 5’8”. She usually wears a 2X, the XL provides a slightly more fitted look.
Photos by Lauren Elisabeth Photo
We have tested this sweater in the wash on cold water, and it comes out fine. We DO NOT recommend putting it in the dryer, dry flat!
This piece has a chunky knit but is still possible to snag. But 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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