Before you choose to purchase high-end leggings, there are bound to be questions. And since the Girlfriend Collective products are made out of recyclable plastic, we wanted to answer all of the most common questions before you buy.
How long does Girlfriend Collective take to ship?
All orders take approximately 1-6 business days to process once you hit the order button. After that, you’ll get an email telling you when your order has shipped. From there, it can take anywhere from 7-10 business days to get to you. Which is a pretty long lead time for today’s shipping standards.
Does Girlfriend Collective have a returns or exchange policy?
Yes, they do. Girlfriend Collective accepts returns on any unwashed and unworn items with the tags still on within 30 days of the ship date. If you choose to ship your items back by snail mail, there will be a $7 restocking fee. But, if you choose to use Happy Returns locations or ask for an exchange, there is no fee.
Currently, they can accept exchanges for the same item in a different size. But, if you want to exchange an item for a different item completely, you’ll need to return it for a refund and then purchase the new item separately.
Does Girlfriend Collective offer financing?
Girlfriend Collective realizes that their products are on the higher-priced side of things. So they offer a financing option to help consumers pay for their products. Therefore, they partnered with Afterpay to help achieve this. For all Girlfriend Collective orders, consumers can choose the Afterpay option to split up their total into 4 payments, due every 2 weeks.
How should I wash my Girlfriend Collective clothes?
The brand recommends that all of their clothes are washed on a gentle cycle with cold water. They highly suggest hang-drying everything also. This can help your Girlfriend Collective clothes last longer and is also better for the environment at the same time.
How does Girlfriend Collective dye their products?
All of their dyes are eco-friendly. Once a product is dyed, the wastewater is cooled and cleaned before it’s released. They also donate the dye mud to a local company that uses it for sidewalks and roads.