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What is a Preorder?

For a couple of months in the fall and again in the spring, we show you the styles that will be produced in the coming months for the next season. In this case, for Spring 2018.

Store buyers are busy locking in how many of each they want for their stores. In some cases all are reserved before we even get to the season.

This is your chance to preorder individual items that you want coming to you next spring.

They're reserved for you in case that item is one of those that sells out quickly. Either because it's really popular or because there isn't much fabric to use for that one.

Partial shipment from Jess and Jane

Partial Shipments! Why do they happen? It's a good question and one I hear often. About four times a year, Jess and Jane comes out with new groups of styles for the upcoming season. We never know which styles are finished and which are still in sewing or other steps of production. Jess and Jane [...]

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Customer asks: Why is my order taking so long? What does it mean Awaiting Fulfillment?

This is a question that I'm sure many have wondered about. We're so glad you asked.At the top of the checkout page in red, it says to allow 7-17 days before we ship to you. The reason for that is that we don't stock this all here. Two – three times a week we bulk [...]

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Customer asks: What's the difference between the Tribal Fits?

Hi Everyone,ML had a great question that you might like to know about as well.hi....I spoke to u last week about lulu b no longer available. now I am addicted to tribal line. I currently have 2 pairs and I must admit I like them better than lulu.I have a question about "fit"...what is [...]

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Check Out problems and Password reset

Dear Customer,I've talked to a couple of our dear customers this past week who were having some trouble with checkout. We DID move the store to a new host at Christmastime, so if you haven't ordered in 2015, you will need to checkout as a New Customer. Remember to jot down the password you create [...]

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