Find answers to some Frequently Asked Questions below. If your query isn't answered here, please feel free to contact Ailsa and Melissa via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact form.
The print I love has sold out, will you be getting any more stock?
We use end of roll, otherwise wasted fabric. This means that once it is gone, it is gone - some items come in really small volumes of only 1 or 2 pieces and others will have a few pieces per size. If you love a print, it is best to buy it when you see it to save disappointment. Keep an eye on our Instagram for releases of new prints as well as notifications on our stock levels and always feel free to email us if you have a particular enquiry, we are more than happy to help: email@example.com
Will you sell your sets separately?
Our sets are made to be worn together and apart but are always sold as a set. As always if you have a particular request, just ask, we will aim to please!
Are you styles true to size?
Our styles are true to size and an easy, comfortable fit. Elasticated waist means they have some flexibility. See here for more sizing information.
I am buying a present for a friend but don't know what print to choose, can I return if they don't like it?
Your best bet is to buy a gift card. If you would like them, or you, to be sent a physical gift card, just let us know and we will sort something pretty!
When will you restock and get more prints?
We will add more product to meet demand. Please note we are a small operation (just the two of us) and we also aim to sell out of the items we stock, so we do not over produce and some times you may have to wait for a restock.
How do I know my order has been received?
You will receive a confirmation email and another email automatically when your order has been fulfilled and posted. If you cannot find it, make sure to check you spam and promotions sections. Any worries, please get in touch.
Do you ship internationally?
We do, however please note that for a pre-Christmas delivery, orders are placed running the risk that there might be delays due to Covid-19.