What are backorders?
This simply means that either we are out of stock at the current moment, or the specific item is out of stock in the manufacturers warehouse. Time frames vary on backorders. You will be notified as to the estimated delivery time for your backorders via email. There is no additional cost to ship backorders. There is only one shipping & handling charge per order and it is charged when your first shipment is sent. Additional shipments are shipped at no additional cost. Backordered items are shipped as they become available via UPS or USPS. Backordered items will be grouped and shipped together when appropriate. You will be notified via email if one or more items are going to be delayed beyond the original target date. You will also receive email confirmations and emails regarding any backorders and/ or in the unlikely event problems with your order.

 

Tips For Trying on a Bra
Here are some suggestions for trying on a bra so that if it doesn’t fit properly, or doesn’t meet your standards, it will be in returnable or exchangeable condition.
1. Please make sure you have no oils or greasy lotion/creams on your body.
2. Please make sure you are not wearing any deodorants that can soil the garment you are trying on.
3. It is recommended that you bathe before trying on any garments
4. If you have dry/flaky skin, please treat the problem properly before trying on the garment, due to the fact that this can leave markings on the garment.
5. When trying on a bra do not button and twist it into place, this is not a good habit in general, and this could lead to a shorter life span of the bra, and it may lead to noticeable wear signs on the garment, which in turn can lead to refusal in the return/exchange department. Please make sure you reach behind and button the bra into place.
6. Trying on longline bras/bustiers can be more difficult. It is always best if you could ask for some assistance when trying to button the bra. Some individuals are able to button a longline bra/bustiers by reach to the back and buttoning it all the way. If you cannot get assistance here is a tip for buttoning a longline bra/bustiers: put on an extra large pair of pantyhose, and pull them up over the stomach, all the way up under the breasts. Than button the bra in the front and GENTLY twist/turn the bra into its proper place. By not following these suggestions it may lead to wear signs and damage to the bra, which can lead to refusal in the return/exchange department.
Tips For Trying on a Girdle
Here are some suggestions for trying on a girdle so that if it doesn’t fit properly, or doesn’t meet your standards, it will be in returnable or exchangeable condition.
1. Please make sure you have no oils or greasy lotion/creams on your body.
2. Please make sure you are not wearing any deodorants that can soil the garment you are trying on.
3. It is recommended that you bathe before trying on any garments.
4. If you have dry/flaky skin, please treat the problem properly before trying on the garment, due to the fact that this can leave markings on the garment.
5. Before trying on the girdle/shaper put on a pair of underwear and then a pair of pantyhose over that. This will decrease any chance of soiling the product when trying it on.
6. Please be sure to remove any jewelry from hands, wrists, and ankles as some jewelry may catch on the garments and pull or damage them.
7. Please note that girdles/shapers may look small at first glance; these items will stretch to fit your natural shape.
8. Gather up the sides so you are holding the entire garment piece in your hands. Step into the leg holes and pull up until you get to the spot where you would like the shaper to be. Unroll the garment upward without twisting; unroll the garment downward when necessary. Smooth out until everything is flat.