Return any item, or exchange for a different size within 60 days of receipt.
Simply fill in the returns form and post item back to us.
Ensure goods are unused, in original packaging, with all labels attached.
Goods are your responsibility until they reach us.
Original shipping charges are non-refundable unless goods are faulty or incorrect.
The cost of return is your responsibility, however if goods are faulty or incorrect we will send you a free returns label.
Exchanges are sent back to you free of charge.
FREE standard UK delivery on orders over £20.
Standard UK delivery £3.99
Tracked by Royal Mail.
Processed within 2 working days, then delivered in 2 working days.
Next day UK delivery £6.95 (order by 2pm Mon-Thurs)
Saturday UK delivery £10.50 (order by 2pm Fri)
We ship worldwide and offer standard and express.
Standard starts at £7.50, delivery in 3-10 working days.
Express starts at £10, delivery in 1-7 working days.
Signatures required on delivery.
For further details please see our full shipping policy
How Does Pay Later Work?
You can get your order delivered to you before you have to pay. Once your order has shipped, you’ll receive an email with a link to pay. You’ll have up to 30 days to pay.
How Do I Pay?
Once your order has shipped, you’ll receive an email letting you know your due date, amount due, and how to pay.
Is There A Fee?
There’s no fee to use pay later. However, if your invoice is not paid by the due date, you will be subject to a late fee.
“Gem for me is the opportunity to explore and play around with different shapes, creating something that is my own interpretation of feminine energies, taking inspiration from my teenage years and being not-quite-comfortable with traditional femininity; the G.E.M collection acknowledges that feeling, and celebrates femininity by trashing it and subverting it.” - Gem
ACID LIME PARTY DRESS
The hero piece from the collection is this acid green dress, which is purposefully oversized and based on those childhood moments where you’d wander into your parents’ wardrobe and pull out the biggest frock you could find. It’s the party dress you’d beg your parents to buy you, that goes equally well with your grubbiest trainers and a massive graphic tee underneath, or worn alone with your ‘special occasions only’ shoes.