Cut Loose is known for their fabrics, flattering fit and wonderful colors. The shapes are simple with easy to combine pieces for a sophisticated look. Cut Loose has a philosophy of implied shape, meaning the shape of the body is implied in a flattering way. Cut Loose clothes skim the body for a fluid silhouette. When a Cut Loose garment fits, it simultaneously flatters the figure and allows room to really move.
The name Cut Loose is figurative, so that you will have fun dressing in a relaxed style, with a bit of individuality. Each season offers new wardrobe workhorses, pieces you can wear over and over, and combine to create your “go to” outfits. Cut Loose clothes are simple to launder and easy to pack and wear.
Description: Beautiful full sleeve tee with a raw-edge hem and crinkle finish. Butter-soft fabric that is a joy to wear! 55% Cotton, 40% Polyester, 5% Rayon
Med is 40 Bust, 23 length
Large is 42 Bust, 23.5...More Details »
Description: Beautiful firework jacquard cardigan/jacket Gorgeous black goes with everything...especially the 'laundered' tank dress and the pea green jumper. So comfortable you will want to live in it....More Details »
Description: A wonderful dress in ivory. A great color for transition to Fall...in a super 'slub cotton' fabric. It is super soft! Pairs perfectly with the Cut Loose black cardigan. Machine Wash.
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Description: Cut Loose A-Line Tank Jumper-Pea A wonderful jumper in pea green/thin black stripe. A great color for the transition to Fall, in a super soft lightly striped fabric. Pairs perfectly with the Cut...More Details »
Description: A wonderful pair of pants in a great 'goes with everything' grey. Made on wonderful Linen Jersey--70% Cotton/30% Linen. Sometimes you'll see this referred to as 'cotton slub'. Extremely soft,...More Details »
Description: Cotton Stretch 97% Cotton, 3% Spandex Beautifully cut to flatter your figure and VERY Comfortable! 1.5" wide elastic waistband--very comfortable.
Cut Loose garment dyes for comfort and to obtain...More Details »