Below are photos of how to measure both flat garments and your body. Always measure around the fullest part of your bust, the narrowest part of your waist, and the fullest part of your hips/bottom.
When measuring your body, do so wearing whatever good bra you would normally wear (if you wear one) and slim fitting garments, or better yet, just undergarments. Pull the tape or string snug and make sure the tape is parallel to the ground all the way around your widest or narrowest parts, depending on the measurement.
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We wanted to make a pair of pants that hinted at high-waisted, wide-legged sailor pants, but with comfort in mind. Made out of heavyweight canvas, these are a more structured version of our linen Easy Sailor Pants. They are fitted at the waist and hips but still have a couple large pockets to fit some essentials.
We love this fabric from The New Denim Project! It is made from post-industrial waste from garment factories and is processed into new fabric. It is a totally closed-loop process and is chemical-free and dye-free!
Though we try to keep a small stock, often times garments are sewn to order. Please expect a ship date of up to 4 weeks from your order date.
100% upcycled cotton.
Regular fit, slight crop leg.
Woven and processed in Guatemala.
Designed, cut and sewn by TIGEROWL owner Summer Dalton in Ventura, California.
Due to the nature of handmade clothing, slight variations may occur.
We recommend spot cleaning your garments when you can, then when needed, machine wash cool and hang dry. Your garment may shrink if put in the dryer but then loosen again once you wear it.
Garments can feel a little stiff after line-drying but once you put them on, your body heat will soften them right up. If you prefer, you can through the line-dried items in the dryer with a damp towel for 5-10 min to soften.