Sizing, Product, & Care Info



What size am I?

Check out our size chart, located right under the title of each product. There, you can find garment and body measurements. We also have a guide to help you find your measurements.


What if I’m in between sizes?

You can refer to the range of sizes on our size chart and the sizes of garments you already own. Let's say you’re in between a standard US size 6-8. If you usually have size 6 bottoms in your closet, we recommend sizing down to our RR size 2 (S). If you have more size 8 bottoms in your closet, we recommend sizing up to our RR size 3 (M).


Do you offer petite lengths?

We don't specifically do petites, but we have a cropped version. They're the same wide leg silhouette with shorter inseams!


I got the full length pants and they’re not long enough. Do you have a longer option?

Our pants are made of ponte knit fabric, which can drape on the body longer than you expect! Our pants also have a generous 1.5” hem that can be let out by a tailor for a bit of extra length. We currently don't offer a tall option for our pants. 


Does hemming change the silhouette of the wide leg pants?

No, hemming the pants won’t change the shape since the flare tapers out from the hip.


The classic length is too long, but the cropped is too short. What should I do?

We recommend getting the classic length and having them hemmed by a tailor according to your measurements. Ripley suggests having the tailor hem your pants 1/4" off the floor with your favorite shoes.  


Do your pants have an elastic waistband or a zipper?

No elastic! Our fabric has excellent memory and maintains its shape. Our plus size pants have an invisible zipper on the side seam. 


What kind of undergarments do I wear with your pants?

We recommend wearing seamless underwear. 


How do I launder my RR piece?

We highly recommend dry cleaning to care for and maintain the structure of our pieces. Another option is to hand wash cold and lay flat to dry. Any heat from the washer or dryer will cause shrinkage. Hanging the pants may cause the knit to stretch out and change shape.