UK delivery is £3.95, generally this takes 2-3 working days from dispatch to arrive. If you want it quicker, there are additional options for some products you can choose when you checkout.
International shipping is from £9.95 GBP for a tracked service. This usually arrived in 7-10 days from dispatch, although the time may vary for different countries.
It depends on where you are. UK orders using the standard delivery usually take 2-3 business days to arrive from date of dispatch. Overseas deliveries can take anywhere from 7-16 days. Delivery details will be provided in your confirmation email.
Yes, we ship to a number of countries around the world, however due to changes in EU VAT requirements from July 2021 we are no longer able to ship to EU countries.
Countries we ship to will show during checkout. Shipping costs will apply, and will be added at checkout.
Due to changes in EU VAT requirements from July 2021 we are no longer able to ship to EU countries.
You can return anything for free in the UK within 90 days of receiving it for a refund or exchange. All we ask is that it's unworn and in the original condition and packaging.
To return an order, please see the Returns page here.
Head over to our Returns page here where you can let us know you want to return something, and download a freepost label (UK only). All we ask is that it's unworn and in the original condition and packaging.
If you're buying a gift for someone we can send it direct to them without any prices appearing in the parcel.
Just fill in your details as normal as the billing address and the recipient's delivery address, and then add a Gift Message on the shopping cart before you continue to checkout.
We'll send your gift with just a basic packing slip showing who it's from, with all prices removed.
You can also add Gift Wrap on the shopping cart and we'll wrap your gift in a high quality wrapping paper.
For a silk cravat dry cleaning is best, though it's worth checking with the dry cleaner first to make sure they know how they're going to clean it.
For small marks or stains, just gently dabbing it (not rubbing) with a damp cloth can usually help, but anything more it would be best to get it properly cleaned.
That said, we are aware of people hand washing the cravat, so that may be possible if it's dried flat, but it's not something we generally recommend because we don't know for sure how it's going to come out.
In terms of ironing, a cool iron using a light touch is best, bearing in mind the silk layers are quite loose so you don't want to overdo it. You can also get ironing mesh which prevents the iron from scalding the silk or making it shiny, which is recommended.