MOSS Face Mask - Still Here New York
MOSS Face Mask - Still Here New York

moss face mask

80% Recycled Cotton. 20% Organic Cotton.

$20.00
Description

Still Here face masks are made of a lightweight sustainably produced recycled cotton. Long adjustable string ties allow for unique flexibility in tying either behind the ears or around the head according to your comfort. Additionally mask strings can be tied at ends to be worn as a necklace. Our masks feature our signature Still Here stripes and logo. Optional filter included.

Fit

Masks are one-size fit all and completely adjustable via string ties

Care

We encourage you to reuse, clean and change filters often. Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, line dry. Do not Iron directly on embellishment. Do not dry clean.

Select Size

Have questions? Email us at help@stillhere.com or text us at +1 212 441 2582

Waist

Your waist measurement is the natural crease in your torso between the rib cage and hips.

When measuring, start at the smallest point of your waist; we call this your “true waist.” It's usually near or right above your belly-button.

Bring the tape measure all the way around your body to meet your starting point. Make sure it's not too tight and that it's measuring straight.

Check the number on the tape for your waist measurement.

Hip

Your hip measurement will be the widest part of your hips and butt.

When measuring your hips, make sure to put your feet together.

Bring the tape measure all the way around the widest part of your hips. Make sure it's not too tight and that it's measuring straight.

Check the number on the tape for your hip measurement.

Rise

The rise measurement is the distance between the top of the waistband and the crotch seam.

For measuring rise we suggest grabbing a pair of your favorite jeans to measure and compare it to.

Lay your jeans on a flat surface making sure they’re fully buttoned or zipped up.

At the center of the jean measure the distance from the top of the waistband down to the crotch seam.

Check the number on the tape for the rise measurement for comparison.

Inseam

The inseam measurement refers to the distance between the crotch and the bottom leg opening.

For inseam measurements, we suggest grabbing a pair of your favorite jeans to measure and compare it to.

Lay your jeans on a flat surface.

Measure the length from the crotch seam all the way down to the bottom hem of the leg.

Check the number on the tape for the rise measurement for comparison.

Leg Opening

The leg opening measurement refers to width at the very bottom of the leg.

For leg opening measurements, we suggest grabbing a pair of your favorite jeans to measure and compare it to.

Lay your jeans on a flat surface.

At the bottom-most point of your jeans, measure the distance across the leg from end to end.

Check the number on the tape for the rise measurement for comparison.

Waist

Your waist measurement is the natural crease in your torso between the rib cage and hips.

When measuring, start at the smallest point of your waist; we call this your “true waist.” It's usually near or right above your belly-button.

Bring the tape measure all the way around your body to meet your starting point. Make sure it's not too tight and that it's measuring straight.

Check the number on the tape for your waist measurement.

Hip

Your hip measurement will be the widest part of your hips and butt.

When measuring your hips, make sure to put your feet together.

Bring the tape measure all the way around the widest part of your hips. Make sure it's not too tight and that it's measuring straight.

Check the number on the tape for your hip measurement.

Rise

The rise measurement is the distance between the top of the waistband and the crotch seam.

For measuring rise we suggest grabbing a pair of your favorite jeans to measure and compare it to.

Lay your jeans on a flat surface making sure they’re fully buttoned or zipped up.

At the center of the jean measure the distance from the top of the waistband down to the crotch seam.

Check the number on the tape for the rise measurement for comparison.

Inseam

The inseam measurement refers to the distance between the crotch and the bottom leg opening.

For inseam measurements, we suggest grabbing a pair of your favorite jeans to measure and compare it to.

Lay your jeans on a flat surface.

Measure the length from the crotch seam all the way down to the bottom hem of the leg.

Check the number on the tape for the rise measurement for comparison.

Leg Opening

The leg opening measurement refers to width at the very bottom of the leg.

For leg opening measurements, we suggest grabbing a pair of your favorite jeans to measure and compare it to.

Lay your jeans on a flat surface.

At the bottom-most point of your jeans, measure the distance across the leg from end to end.

Check the number on the tape for the rise measurement for comparison.

Pro Tip

If you don’t have a soft measuring tape, you can use ribbon or string and then measure against a ruler.

Have questions? Email us at help@stillhere.com or text us at +1 212 441 2582
Conversion Chart Pants
Still Here 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
US 0 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 10 12
EU 28 32 32 34 34 36 36 38 38 40
IT 32 38 38 40 40 42 42 44 44 50
FR/ES 28 34 34 36 36 38 38 40 40 42
UK 0 6 6 8 8 10 10 12 12 14
AUS 0 6 6 8 8 10 10 12 12 14
Conversion Chart Jumpsuits
Still Here XS S M L XL
US 0 2-4 6-8 10-12 14-16
EU 32 34-36 38-40 42-44 46-48
UK 4 6-8 10-12 14-16 18-20
AUS 4 6-8 10-12 14-16 18-20