Covid-19 Update - 10% OFF

April 06, 2020

Covid-19 Update - 10% OFF

We’ve spent the last week contemplating whether or not to apply to be able to sell winter clothing online during Level 4 Lockdown. We’ve seen many businesses that have, but as much as we’d love to be still sending out your orders, we’ve made the choice that this is not essential. There are more important deliveries than clothing that need to get out to people, and we are doing our bit to reduce the contact of all involved in making our deliveries.

We believe that this is for the best, and as a sustainable and ethical business, people are what matters most.

We will still be here after Lockdown and any orders that are placed are being packed as we receive them.

While we are in Level 4 you can use the discount code ICANWAIT and a 10% discount, and free NZ shipping will be applied to your order.

Meanwhile, we’re going to use this time to enjoy as much of the sunshine that’s left before winter, and time with our kids before they become teenagers 😅

Kia kaha, stay safe, stay home.

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