How much is shipping?Shipping for orders over $50 is FREE! Ror orders under $50 we charge a flat rate of $4.
What about international shipping?First of all, can we just say how awesome it is that you like our stuff enough to want to buy it and ship it across a border or a sea? That is amazing. So we try to keep these rates as low as we possibly can.
Shipping to Canada is $7 for the first item and $1 for each additional item.
Outside of North America shipping is $10 for the first item and $1 for each additional item.
How do your unisex t-shirt sizes compare to other brands?If you're on the fence we generally recommend going up a size. Our tees are a longer, leaner cut than average. They are also made of 100% cotton, so the first time you wash them they'll shrink a half to a full inch in width, and about an inch in length. You can check out our size guide for actual measurements.
What about the girly tees? Are they much smaller than the unisex tees?Yes and no. Our fitted, cap sleeve tees are made of a much stretchier knit fabric, so they look a lot smaller than our unisex tees at first, but they stretch about 50%, which is an awful lot. They are made to lay closer to the body. They do also run an inch or two shorter than our unisex tees, hitting around mid hip rather than low on the hip like a unisex tee does. Overall they run a little smaller so we suggest ordering up a size, but it's really a matter of preference. And lots of girls just go with our traditional unisex tees because they prefer a more relaxed fit. We make our designs available in both styles so girls can choose whatever is most comforatble for them.
I'm shopping for gifts. Should I just buy the size closest to the baby or toddler's age?Probably not. Your safest bet is to buy a little larger than what you think they will need.
For onesies, 3-6m is a good size for a baby-to-be (many babies are born too big for newborn clothes). You might also consider going up to a bigger size. Many parents find themselves well stocked with tiny sizes, and then their babies' wardrobe options thin out quite a bit. Babies' growth also really slows down after the first six to nine months, so the recipient of your gift might get a lot more mileage out of a 6-12m or 12-18m onesie. All day Bibs also make lovely gifts that outlast any single clothing size.
For babies already born, definitely buy a size or even two sizes up. It's surprisingly common for a 6 month old baby to be rocking 18 month clothes already. A couple of pounds makes a big difference! Unless you know for a fact that a baby is quite small for his or her age, buy big. They'll grow into it soon enough, we promise. For kids older than a year, consider a size 24m-2T unisex tee or "girly tee."
It's very common for tots to wear a size up or a size down, depending on where they fall on the growth charts. When in doubt, always buy a larger size. Unisex tees can be worn a little baggy at first and then fit more snugly as the kiddos grow. " Girly tees " will fit kids a little smaller and grow with them for a little bit longer, because they're stretchier than our unisex tees.