Online Return Information and changes
To return an item or make changes to your delivery address.
- If you need to change details of your delivery address, remove items from your order or cancel it completely, please contact our Customer Services team for advice by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org anytime quoting your order number and order date. We endeavour to respond to your enquiry within 24 hours.
- If your order has already been despatched or delivered, then you'll need to follow our Returns procedure in the event of any unwanted products.
- There are some products which we cannot cancel, refund or exchange, including jewellery and made-to-measure items
Returns can be made via Royal Mail using 2nd Class Signed for and we will within 24 hours of receiving your return process the refund for you.
- Email us to tell us about the product you want to return
- Please include: order number, stock number, the reason for the return and whether you'd like a refund or a replacement.
- We'll email you back with instructions for returning by Royal Mail
Online Refund policy
We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you're not, just return the product to us or to one of our shops following the instructions above and we'll exchange or refund it. Please see below for products excluded from this policy. Under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013, if you buy online or by phone, your consumer rights entitle you to a refund if you request one in writing within 14 days of receipt. Any returns received without prior written notification or outwith 14 days period will be handled at our discretion.
It's important that returned items are in the best possible condition, so please take reasonable care of them. Unwanted items should have tags intact and be unwashed and unworn for the purposes of resale.
Unless faulty or not as described, we cannot refund or offer an exchange on:
- Personalised or made-to-measure products
- Jewellery such as Earrings
In Store Purchases
In store purchases are subject to an exchange or store credit policy. Your statutory rights are not affected.