F.A.Q.


What size am I? What is your sizing like?

The easy answer is Tween (00-2) One Size (4-12) Tall & Curvy (12-22). But have size charts if you'd like more detail. 

How do you wash your leggings?

We recommend turning them inside out and hand washing or using a gentle cycle. Please use a gentle detergent without any bleach. And then hang dry if possible. I personally tumble dry mine on low without any issues - and we have pairs we have been wearing for over two years now! But the printed designs with a lot of black need the most gentle care if you would like them to last long term.


How much is shipping? What about returns?

Shipping is charged based on weight. It's calculated automatically, and only add a dime to cover the cost of the bag, label, printing, etc. Recently USPS increased prices, but we always check all the rates and weights to get you the best possible deal.

We do accept returns if you accidentally order the wrong size. You can read our return policy here!


Can you make ____ leggings for our group/club/fundraiser?

We have occasionally made leggings for various groups etc. We do it at wholesale cost, so it's a great deal, but the minimum is 30 pairs and production takes 6-8+ weeks. If you'd like to discuss us supporting your club, school, fundraiser, etc. please email us at amy@southwestleggingcompany.com

 
Where do you get your designs?

Some of our artwork is created by me, and some of it is licensed from an artist. A lot of our artwork is a collaboration with local artists, which makes it super special!


Can I sell them?

Yes and no. We are NOT a direct sales or MLM company. But we do sell wholesale, so if you have a small online boutique or brick-and-mortar store, we can absolutely provide you with leggings to resell. We have a facebook group for our wholesale with all the details and news. For larger wholesale orders over 60 units, please email us at amy@southwestleggingcompany.com. 

 

Where are your leggings made?

We have made our leggings overseas and locally, and after a year of experimenting, we are really proud to be partnering with a handful of high-end companies based in China. We found huge problems with small batch manufacturing in the USA, and we have been so impressed with the professionalism and expertise of our friends in China. We currently do all of our cutting and sewing with the same team, which helps keep our product as consistent as possible.