How Six 15 Society Came to Be

WE CRAVE COMFORT. For the past 20 years, I would come home around 7 p.m. from my j.o.b. as a lawyer in San Francisco. I very quickly changed into sloppy sweats. This "outfit" consisted of a stretched-out sweatshirt I got from China ten years ago and a hippy-chic sweatshirt skirt. I was so comfy. Friends of mine have confessed to wearing a variation of this masterpiece. But God forbid if someone came to the door. Or worse, I had to go out for ice-cream. Both happened frequently.

I searched everywhere for comfy, coordinated, cute sweats that didn’t have bright logos, or cuffed ankles, or floppy hoods, or were made to hibernate through the winter. I found nothing. The best I could do were tight yoga pants. Ugh. The horror.

So I set out to create my own line of fleece loungewear. The vision was simple: sophisticated yet still comfy; coordinated; female fitting; and cute. Always cute. After a year and a half of designing, tweaking, fumbling, twerking, taking sewing lessons, and praying to the fabric goddesses, it finally came together. Groutfit Apparel - it's original name - was born. Groutfit means grey outfit (get it?).

Turns out not everyone understands how cool the name is.  So it eventually morphed into Six 15  Society. This new name more closely reflects the products - cozy, comfy clothes worn during that in-between time. Like when you get home from work. Or grab coffee in the morning. Or when you just want to be comfy. It's all about timing.  

Groutfit About Us

A special thanks to my friends Amy Johnson (who inspired the original name) and Mark Johnson (who made the first logo).

And a special thank you to all the photographers who helped make my online presence beautiful: Tim Engle of Tim Engle Photography (, Kelly Kearns of Watercolor Photography (, and budding photographer Hallie Olson.


Owner and Founder

P.S. A special shout-out to Tom. You know why. 





Bust Measurement: Measure around the fullest part of your bust.

Hip Measurement: With feet slightly separated, measure around the fullest part of your hips.
Pant Inseam: Measure from the top of your inner thigh to the bottom of your ankle. You can also measure the inseam of a similar style pant for comparison (measure from the inside crotch down the seam to the ankle).
Shrinkage: The sweatshirt material is mostly cotton and will shrink when washed. The pants will shrink approximately 1 inch in length if you line dry and about 2 inches in length if you put them in the dryer.  The width will shrink a little as well, but will give a little when worn (just like your favorite jeans).
This size chart is an approximation. For more information, please contact