Latex Mini Schoolgirl Skirt
- Item ships to United States from United States
- Full refund if you don't receive your order. Full or partial refund if the product is not as described. Secure Payments. Learn more about buyer guarantee
Badges of Honour
- Product Details
- Shipping & Payment
- Customer Reviews (0)
Style: High Fashion
This item is handmade
Item ships from: United States
Calculate shipping cost to your country.Shipping to:
|Shipment Method||Cost||With Another Item (?)||Estimated Delivery Time|
|Standard||$5.70 USD||$0.00 USD||1-2 business days|
We support the following payment methods.
Shipping will be by USPS flatrate priority mail, if the item is in stock within 1-2 business days, custom made items within 1-2 weeks. Contact us with any additional questions!
The Ginger House Guarantee
We want you to be happy wearing our products so please don’t hesitate to contact us if you experience any problems. Should you discover you’ve ordered the wrong size or color, simply return it within 2 weeks of receipt we will exchange it or extend store credit…no questions asked. If a seam splits or if any problem has arisen due to faulty craftsmanship or materials we will repair or replace the item at no charge.
We cannot be held responsible for problems arising due to items of clothing having been improperly maintained/ stored / worn etc.
Thanks for shopping!
~ Ayla & Christina
Latex Wear & Care
Latex is a delicate fabric. It should be treated more like a soft silk or chiffon rather than heavy-duty leather or denim. It will tear if you don’t handle properly. You need talc or lube for dressing. Forcing it on without aid may cause the fabric to rip. We suggest Pjur Cult Dressing Aid, but any water based silicone lubricant can be used.
STORAGE: Keep your latex items away from extreme light. A closet or drawer is fine. Long term, it’s best to store latex in a plastic garment bag for protection from harmful chemicals. Be careful storing lighter colored latex with darker colors. The stronger colors can stain the lighter ones over time. Keep latex away from metals. Especially copper, will stain latex. Fake tan will also stain. House hold oils can degrade the latex quality. Baby oil and moisturizers which are oil based should be avoided or at least make sure you wash the garment immediately after wear.
WASHING: Fill up your sink, or bathtub for coats and larger items, with warm water. Add a little dish soap, clean and then rinse thoroughly. Let the garment dry completely before storing. Clean unpolished latex will stick to itself. Be careful not to tear when separated it. You might want to polish it with the dressing aid after cleaning and before storing so it’s ready to go the next time you are.
Overall Customer Rating
View all store reviews
Women's Sizing Charts
Note: Size charts are based on industry standard sizes and measurements taken in inches.
Please make sure to check the exact sizing information under the product details section.
International Size Graph Conversion
Standard Size Chart
|XXS||00||31”||23 ½ “|
|XS||0-2||32”-33”||24 ½ “-25 ½”|
|S||4-6||34”-35”||26 ½”-27 ½”|
|M||8-10||36”-37”||38 ½” -29 ½”|
|L||12-14||38 ½” -40”||31”-32 ½”|
|XXS||00||33 ½ “|
|XS||0-2||34 ½” -35 ½”|
|S||4-6||36 ½” -37 ½”|
|M||8-10||38 ½” - 39 ½”|
Plus Size Chart
|1X||22||44 ½ “-46”||43 ½ “-45”|
|2X||24||47”-48 ½ “||46”-47 ½ “|
|3X||26-28||49 ½ “-51”||48 ½ “-50”|
|1X||22||50 ½ “-52”|
|2X||24||53”-54 ½ “|
|3X||26-28||55 ½ “-57”|
Finding your Perfect Measurements
Note: The number, in inches is your size in standard US sizes, you can use our conversion chart for international sizing.
Measuring Your Bust
With a flexible measuring tape, measure under your arms around the fullest part of your bust. This is your size in inches.
Measuring Your Waist
Measure around your natural waistline, make sure to keep the measuring tape comfortable and loose. This will ensure a comfortable fit for skirts, dresses, and pants.
Measuring Your Hips
Measure around the fullest part of your hips, which is approximately 8” below your natural waistline (this may differ from woman to woman.) Make sure your feet are together for a proper measurement.
Measuring Your Inseam
To measure your inseam, a number that is used to get the length of your pants, you will need to measure the length of your inner leg or you can measure a pair of good fitting jeans you have on hand.
Take the measuring tape and measure from your inner thigh down to your ankle, or you can measure the inner leg seam of your favorite pair of jeans.
Women’s sizes come in a few different sizes based on your height
|Petite||4'11" - 5'3" (Average Figure)|
|Misses||5'3 ½ “ - 5'7 ½ “ (Average Figure)|
|Tall||Over 5'7" (Average Figure)|
|Women's||5'3 ½ “ - 5'7" (Fuller Figure)|
Getting the Perfect Bra Fit
Measuring Your Band Size
Measure around the bottom of your bust where a bra band would normally rest on your torso. The measuring tape should be level and snug, yet not too tight or uncomfortable. Round the number to the nearest whole number. Now, add four inches if your number is even or five if you have an odd number. This is your correct band size.
Note: If you are wearing a bra during this measurement, make sure it is a non-padded bra only
Measuring Your Cup Size
To get your cup size, take a loose measurement around the fullest part of your bust at nipple level. Round this number to the nearest whole number.
Now, this is where things start to get a little complicated. Subtract the band size you received in step 1 from your bust size. Take the difference between the two and follow this chart:
Note: Our Sizing Charts are based on industry standard throughout many different countries, some manufacturers sizing may vary and will be noted on the product page. If in doubt, order a size up or reach out to us for assistance in finding your perfect size.