Reformation brings back Petites line as permanent part of its range

The Los Angeles-based label first released a limited edition capsule collection of petite offerings in 2015. Following the success of that collection, the ecologically friendly brand has decided to make petite clothing part of its permanent line.


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Reformation’s new petite line of clothing is targeted at shoppers under 5’4”, and features many of the same flowy dresses and jumpsuits the brand is known for, sized down for customers with a smaller frame. The petite line of clothing includes sizes from 0 to 12, with prices ranging from $128 for a pair of high-waist jeans to $248 for an off-the-shoulder dress.
 
This is the second petites collection from the brand, following its “Don’t Call Me Cute” capsule collection released in 2015. The brand says it hopes to be more inclusive by making the petite sizes part of its permanent line. “Our customer base is growing (no pun intended) and we don’t want to let anyone down. Because none of our girls should miss out. So in our quest to make sure women of all shapes can wear Ref (and look damn good doing it) we decided to bring back the petites collection,” Reformation said in a statement.
 
The petites line is now available on Reformation’s online shop. As with the rest of the brand’s offerings, the petite items are made in Los Angeles with sustainable practices. 
 

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