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Here are some questions we get often. Have a different one? Email us at info@shopkindapparel.com and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. 

What's your sizing like?
It can vary by product, so be sure to check out the sizing charts in each product page and the info in the product descriptions. Our sizing follows standard American women's clothing sizes: XS=0-2, S=4-6, M=8, L=10-12, XL=14-16. You can learn more about specific measurements here.

If I buy something and it doesn't work out for me, what are my options?
You can review our return policy here.  

The dress/skirt/top I want is sold out. When will it be back in stock?
We know this is a bummer, and we're doing our best to manage our inventory. But because we're small and growing, it does happen. 

As a general rule of thumb, we manufacture and stock spring/summer items April-August, and Fall/Winter items September-March.

Where are your products made?
If you've been around since the beginning, you know that we started making everything in-house in Missoula, Montana. Now, we get help from some great companies in and around Portland, Oregon.  

Who designs your products?
Our founder, Mallory Ottariano, is our apparel designer, and also the graphic designer behind our crazy and wonderful fabric prints.

Are your clothes really made from plastic bottles? How???
Yes! Our lycra, and a lot of our fleece, is made from recycled plastic bottles - about 80% recycled content. Basically, athletic fabrics have a significant plastic component to them to begin with, but ours is made from recycled plastic! It's milled here in the US, in California, and the bottles are pelletized, then extruded into the fibers that are knit into our fabrics. You can learn more here.
 
Do you have a storefront?
No, but if you live locally, you can hit us up and come look at stuff in our studio. Email us info@shopkindapparel.com to set up a time, as our hours are limited to 12PM - 2PM Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.