Please check out the ‘Size Chart’ tab, and follow the guidance to help you select the right size before ordering. Thank you.
- 100% organic cotton
- Printed with water-based eco-friendly inks that are vegan friendly
- Wash at 30°C, inside out
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not iron over print
The sizes for our T-shirts have been set up by our supplier, however, we have found they come up a bit small. We recommend going up a size, or even up two sizes if you prefer a more loose fit. The best thing to do, would be to take a T-shirt you have that fits well and measure it, then compare it to the measurements in the table below. If your measurements are between two sizes, you're probably best going for the bigger size. Please note these are the measurements of the garment, NOT the person.
(When ordering our samples, Jenni, who usually wears a women's UK size 16 ended up with an XL and Simon, who usually wears a men's UK size L ended up with an XXL. We both prefer a looser fit.)
We currently only deliver to the UK. Orders are either shipped by Royal Mail or by Courier, you can choose your preferred option at check out. The prices for Royal Mail are dependent on the weight of your order, ranging from £1.45 to £3.90, and this is automatically calculated for you at check out to give you the best possible options. For Courier there is a flat rate of £6.50. Orders above a certain weight can only be sent by Courier.
All our products are all printed on demand. The turnaround between placing your order and your order being shipped is currently up to 7 working days. After your order has been shipped, delivery usually takes 1-5 days, depending on the postage option you have chosen.
Find more detail on shipping on our Shipping & Delivery page.
Important Notice: Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, our fulfilment company have implemented strict and responsible hygiene and social distancing practices for their team, so orders are currently taking up to 7 working days to print and dispatch. The postal service is experiencing delays too, mostly because of the high numbers of staff absence, so delivery may also take longer than expected.