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Encircled Size Guide - The Chrysalis Cardi


This is our size chart for our multi-way, convertible dress cardigan, the Chrysalis Cardi.

Garment Length (Laid Flat) Garment Width (Laid Flat) Bust 


(xxs - m)

35" 34.5" 27"-35" 23"-28" 30"-38" <5'4"


(xs - xxl)

38" 39.5" 32"-41" 25"-34" 35"-44" 5'2"-6'0"


(xl - xxxl)

43" 41.5" 41"-52" 33"-45" 44"-56" <6'0"


The Regular Chrysalis Cardi is a one size fits most garment ranging from sizes XS-XXL or 2-14. It can be easily belted in multiple ways, however the Regular is not recommended for petite or shorter woman due to the volume of fabric - See Petite Cardi. The Regular is also not recommended for curvier/taller women due to fabric pulling around the bust or bottom - See Maxi Cardi.


Watching the how-to wear videos to see how much fabric drape and length you would like in your cardi. If you're in between sizes, it is best to size up and the garment can always be tailored shorter to suit your look!


The Petite works best for heights 5'4" and under with a smaller frame, although it will also work on women above this height (depending on preferred length when styled as a dress). 


The Maxi is best suited for all women under 6’0” with a curvier shape to eliminate any uncomfortable fabric pulling, although it will also work on women who are a bit less curvy (depending on preferred length when styled as a dress).

Questions on sizing or fit?  Contact us prior to ordering, we're happy to help! 
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