The wish list allows you to keep track of clothing that you like but may not need right at the moment. For example, you have your cousin's wedding in three months and you like one of our evening gowns, just put it on your wish list and when you're ready to borrow the dress, you'll know exactly which one you wanted.
The wait list lets us know which clothing you may want to borrow, but is currently being loaned out to another customer. And, even if you put the item on your wait list, it doesn't mean you are obligated to borrow it once it returns to our closet. We'll just notify you that it's available and then you can decide if you would like to still borrow the item.
If you borrow a 2nd size free:
For styles that are ONLY two week rentals, you can RETURN the two sizes at the same time when they are due. If we DO NOT receive the two dresses within a week after their due date, we will CHARGE you for both sizes for the two week period.
For those styles that are rented for LONGER than two weeks, ONE size must be dropped in the mail within three (3) business days from receiving the items otherwise we will charge you for both sizes. If we DO NOT receive one of the sizes within 10 business days from when you received your package, we will CHARGE you for both sizes for the rental period.
Delightfully feminine with a touch of a tailored look is this button down shirt. It's fitted down the front for a perfect fit. The ruching down the front and the long sleeves finish off this very fashionable blouse.
Tops: measure your bust and your back (this gives you a better sense of how long the top will be since the back doesn´t take into account the extra fabric for your bump). Blazers: measure your bust and your back (this gives you a better sense of how long the blazer will be since it doesn´t take into account the extra fabric for your bump). Dresses: measure your bust, hips and dress length from the back of your shoulder to the bottom of the dress. Pants: measure your hips and inseam. Skirts: measure your hips and your hips to the bottom of the skirt. Note: when looking at our measurements for stretchy fabric, it is the most the fabric will stretch comfortably.
Where should you measure? Bust: Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest. Natural Waist: Measure around your natural waistline, keeping tape a bit loose. Hip: Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your leg. Skirt/dress length: the distance from the hip to the bottom of your skirt. Inseam: measure from the crotch to the bottom of the leg.
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