Yes, this can be done, I have done it in the past: 1) A skirt for a small girl. 2) A skirt for a medium sized girl. 3) A small-medium skirt for a girl in between. (There is no specific way to get one, it will just require your patience!)
So how do you dress for a girl in between sizes?
Here’s a great answer from our friend, Lisa:
“In between sizes, it’s pretty tricky to find an item that fits the whole body and won’t make an already stretched out body appear too big. I’ve had to wear a bra or a pair of jeans in between sizes.
For example, I can wear a medium size shirt and dress up the short skirt, but if I’m between sizes I need to wear a longer skirt, and either a long dress or sweater underneath. This trick works great if you have a smaller bust than the other girl. I have been able to wear a long dress under a dress for both girls, even though the girl with the smaller cup size doesn’t have as much time or clothes as the bigger girl.”
I also got very lucky with a special invitation to a girl’s swim meet. My sister had the perfect swimsuit for me to wear!
So the trick is to figure out what size skirt you’ll be wearing when you walk outside. That’s what I did, and that’s why I got a nice little mini skirt. The skirt is 2.5cm high and it’s stretchy. It took about two hours to put together. Here’s part of my skirt with the elastic on:
This skirt looks a bit short for me (I’m almost 5’8″) so I could wear the mini skirt underneath the short one.
How do you know if your girl is in between sizes? Do they always wear the same thing?
This isn’t 100% how to find “between” sizing but it is what I’ve found worked for me.
It all comes down to this:
Do you need to cut your child’s clothes and clothespins and put them for the next dress meeting?
For me I usually have to cut my shorts, tops, and dresses for the next meeting. I know I won’t be wearing my normal skirt and dresses so that’s why I’ll have to cut them all.
I usually cut my kids’ socks and underwear for school too. I might be