These are all the brands now offering 90 days return policies
Last week we told you about all the brands that had decided to stop selling fashion items during Covid-19.
But what about the brands still serving up fresh fashion, spring must-haves and all the loungewear we need to get us through the next few months?
Lots of brands have realised that choosing to shop for clothes right now is tricky.
Not only are people tightening up on spending but shoppers are naturally worried about trips to the post office.
This is a list of all the brands who have extended their returns policies.
Most brands on the list are offering 90 days although some are offering less, so if you are buying clothes online, you should still check the individual rules for each company.
The fast fashion retailer is now offering a mega 100 days to return your items.
They are offering free delivery and free returns too!
ASOS are offering 90 days to return your items and as always there are free returns.
But remember, if you have premier delivery, there is a pause on guaranteed next day delivery, it is now 'fastest delivery'.
Which considering you're going to be indoors a lot is ok!
Get free home delivery with spends of £25 or over and free returns for 90 days.
They are currently doing some good discounts online too, happy shopping!
Looking for lovely lingerie to cheer yourself up?
Need some new sports kit or relaxing loungewear?
Boux Avenue are offering 90 days for returns on all orders from 1st March onwards.
There are some great sales and discounts on there too at the moment.
Marks and Spencer
If your looking for a little M&S, then rest assured you have 90 days to return items, this however does not apply to sale items so be careful.
If you've not shopped with Reserved before, they have great trend led pieces at really good prices.
They currently are offering a 90 day return policy.
It is a tricky one with the Spanish retailer and we suggest contacting them if you are worried.
The website says they are extending the period to 30 days from when stores reopen, but it is unclear if this is for online purchases or just from purchases originally made in store.
You can tweet them @zara_care to discuss if you need to.
The brand are offering, like most, a 90 day return policy.
This is for all purchases from 1st of March.
In addition to this they suggest checking the returns policy section on the website before ordering to check for any updates.
Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Wallis
They might be a firm favourite, but they're currently only offering a 45 day return of receipt policy.
They're still offering next day delivery and a discount on their premier next day delivery service for the whole year.
For in store purchases you made just before stores closed, you should have 14 days to return once stores reopen.
With a mega mix of brands from high street to high end, Zalando is a great shopping hub, quarantine or not!
But at the moment the site is offering free returns for up to 100 days.
With over 2000 brands, it's worth a look.
The plus size fashion power house has extended it's returns policy to 60 days.
They have also paused next day and nominated day delivery services during Covid-19.
Like most of the high street, the department store has had to shutter it's doors, but they have updated their returns policy. They will now be accepting late returns up to 14 days after stores re-open. This applies to items bought in store or online.
While Oasis are offering free delivery on all standard delivery orders, their online returns policy remains at 28 days.
They have also paused next day and nominated day delivery.
John Lewis and Partners
Serving customers for 155 years, the company has kept their online return policy to 35 days, as most returns methods are still operational.
If you purchased in store from the 18th of February, then you have up to 35 days from when stores reopen to return your item(s.
Fancy some new footwear?
If you purchase online and wish to return by post you still have 28 days to return, from date of delivery.
But if you wish to return to a store (excluding concessions) then you have 30 days from when they re-open to return.
The situation is changing all the time, so while this round up is corrected as issued, we still suggest checking sites returns policies during Covid-19 before making a purchase.
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