Size & Fit
|Donnas tips:||This version of Cassandra is going to be the quiet achiever because we received the sample, loved it and then had to send it straight back to the factory for production. I didn’t even see it myself I was in Australia at the time and had to see it on FaceTime with Annelise. We also use this denim in the Hope jean and it is so soft and rich in colour…it is a true very dark French Navy. Divine! And with the gold hardware accents it just looks even more special – it’s the dog’s. The denim will colour transfer a bit though, so watch it with your shoes and car seats for the first few wears. Colour transfer warning, colour will bleed up to second or third wash.|
|Fabric:||42% Cotton 29% Lyocel 15% Modal 12% Polyester 2%EA|
Look after your jeans by remembering these golden rules:
- Always turn jeans inside-out before washing
- Wash in cold water
- Never use bleach and do not soak
- Always dry away from direct sunlight
- We recommend using Denim Wash
- When washing new jeans for the first time, always wash them on their own as excess dye may bleed onto other garments.
Shipping & Returns
We offer UK standard delivery and free returns within 14 days on all full price items. Due to the Corona Virus outbreak we have extended our returns to 30 days. For International orders, please check our delivery page for more information.
UK Standard Delivery (3-5 working days): £4.95
UK Next Day (available for orders placed before 12pm Monday - Thursday): £6.95
Rest Of The World: £25
Get the perfect fit
In central London? Try before you buy through our Denim Clinic Concierge Service. Contact us directly on 07484 909150.
Jean Size Converstion Chart
All jeans sizes are listed as the designer's size scheme and are derived from waist measurements. To get your correct size you should measure the smallest part of your waist - the measurement in inches should be your true jeans size. This however can occassionally vary from brand to brand and style to style
Clothing Size Conversion Chart
All sizes listed are converted from the designer's size scheme to standard UK sizes, the chart below will help you convert which size is your usual size: