The Elsa JumpsuitSale
The Elsa Jumpsuit is your elevated everyday jumpsuit, offering timeless and minimal style, comfort and versatility. It features a fitted bodice with a V neck front zip opening, two inseam pockets, inverted front pleats below the waist, with a wide slightly cropped leg. Made for women 5'4" and under.
Tencel 55%, linen 28%, cotton 17% blend. The Elsa is made in a very soft tencel, linen, cotton blend in light grey. This fabric offers a luxurious and soft yet structured feel.
We recommend machine wash cold with like colors or separately with natural gentle detergent. Hang to dry. .
Small batch production. Locally designed and made in Austin, TX.
Please contact us directly if you don't see your size available or need help with sizing. If in between sizes, we recommend sizing down for a tighter fit in bust or sizing up for a looser fit in the bust.
Jane (5’2, 32” chest, 28” waist, 34” hip) is wearing size XS.
Amy (5'1, 32" chest, 25" waist, 35" hip) is wearing size XS.
HOW TO MEASURE A JUMPSUIT:
Choosing the right size jumpsuit can be a challenge. The following shows how Together Segal measures jumpsuits. The best way to figure your size is to measure a jumpsuit that you already own that fits you well. Measure your jumpsuit using the following example as a guide. If you have further questions about measuring or figuring out your size, e-mail us and we will help you make the right decision.
Lift the arms and straighten the fabric across the chest. Measure straight across the chest below the armhole from seam-to-seam. Multiply this measurement by two to get the final chest measurement.
Place the end of your tape measure at the high point center line. Measure down to crotch seam. This number will be your rise measurement.
Place the end of your tape measure at the widest point in your jumpsuit measurement. Measure straight across. Multiply this measurement by two to get the final hip measurement. (Note: our jumpsuit is a looser fit so the garment hip measurement will be a bit larger than your body hip measurement).
Pull the leg out and make sure it is laying flat. Start from the crotch seam and measure straight to the leg opening.