Preorder: Adult Wool Interlock Lounge Shorts (SHORT)
excl. shipping costs
🚨Important information: Please read through before ordering 🚨
👉 UPDATE ON CUFFS: Cuffs are now optional. To add cuffs, please use the Cuffs add-on for adult wool.
👉 DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that these are made from a predesigned pattern, and not all patterns fit all bodies. Just like a pair of pants you purchase from the store, fit will differ among individuals. The pattern is based on the Elliedactyl 10pm lounge pants.
Given that Dawn isn't personally measuring you before cutting and sewing, it is still impossible to guarantee a perfect fit. The pattern measurements are included below though, to let you see approximately what body size fits what pattern size.
👉NOTE ON WOOL: Different colours react differently to the wool. Some will be "softer" and some will have differences in "stretch". This is normal and not a flaw. This means that different colours may fit slightly different than other colours.
Also, while wool is wonderful and resilient, it is still a natural fibre at the end of the day. Various degrees of wear is normal, and dependent on a number of things: amount of continuous wear, activities done in them, general fit, and overall care. Even something as simple as how you regular sit, and squat up and down, can play a role in how various areas of your pants can experience wear.
Please contact a Facebook group admin if you have concerns about premature wear, and we would love to troubleshoot with you!
How to Order
STEP 1: Measure yourself
Take the following measurements:
- Natural Waist (usually an inch or two above belly button)
- "Crotch Length" Waist (more info below; see step 4)
- Hip (at the widest part)
- Thigh Girth
Tape measure should NOT indent into your body. You should be able to fit 2 fingers, no more no less, under the tape measure (basically touching the body and not falling down).
Note: Waist is measured at 2 different places. The Natural Waist measurement is used for selecting pant size (Courageous, Ambitious, etc). The "Crotch Length" Waist is used for your custom waistband.
If you are between sizes, I recommend sizing down. If you want a more fitted look, I also recommend sizing down. My measurements are waist 29, hip 39 3/4, thigh 35 inseam 29. I made both Confident and Powerful sizes. Both fit. Confident was a loose fit, and Powerful fit snug-ish from thigh up, and fit looser below the thigh. I also made a 31.5" inseam. Due to the cut of them, I prefer them a bit longer, so I recommend ordering 1-1.5" longer. BUT, this is all a personal preference.
STEP 2: Select Pant Size
Check size chart below and pick the overall pant size that best suit your Natural Waist, Hip, and Thigh Girth measurements.
STEP 3: Select Inseam
Inseam is measured from crotch to where you want your shorts to fall. Please note that additions and subtractions of inseam are not 1:1 from paper pattern to sewn up item. The larger the addition/subtraction is the slightly more difference there will be.
The standard inseam is included in the price. You can add length to inseam for additional cost, or subtract inseam for free (just select the desired inseam here). The fabric is stretchy, so where it falls may be different depending on body type.
STEP 4: Select Custom Waistband Size
To know where to measure, find the "Crotch Length" for your pant size below, and measure your waist where the "Crotch Length" ends. If you want to know the total rise for your pants, take the "Crotch Length" and add 6.5" (height of the front waistband + height of the back waistband). The waistband is NOT cut at your measurement, your measurement is used to make the correct size for you.
STEP 5: (Optionally) Add Rise - Currently in testing!
You can choose to add rise. Unlike leggings, you can not specify exact rise. Rather, if you choose to add rise, it will be split evenly between front and back rises. E.g. a +2" in rise will result in an additional 1" in front rise, and 1" in back rise.
Rise addition to lounge pants is currently still being tested, so expect changes and variances in the future.
⏰ What is the current turnaround time? Check the latest here.