Do you have a size guide?
We include a size guide within each product description and you can view our Size Charts here.
Where are your sheets and garments made?
While we ship from Australia, the majority of our items are ethically made in China with organically-farmed bamboo.
What makes your garments ethical?
We work with a lovely team in China, all highly skilled designers and workers. Our suppliers received both WRAP and BSCI certifications in 2020:
- The Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) program is the world's most accepted independent certification for the apparel/textile, footwear, and sewn products industry. The program monitors and certifies lawful, humane and ethical production. , this shows the garments are made ethically.
- The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is an industry-driven movement that aims to monitor and assess workplace standards across the global supply chain.
In addition to the above, the workers' wages go up every year, it's not just a living wage.
Is bamboo a sustainable resource?
Bamboo is nature's fast growing plant and is pest resistant, which means it can grow without the use of pesticides or fertilisers. It also requires much less water to grow than cotton, so no extensive irrigation is required for it to flourish. Bamboo also absorbs more carbon dioxide than the equivalent stand of trees.
Our bamboo fabric also has organic certification, FSC forest certification, OEKO ecological textile certification, CTTC pure bamboo product certification, ISO enterprise management system certification.
Is bamboo organic?
Bamboo has natural defences against pests so it can flourish and grow organically without the use of pesticides, fertilisers or chemicals.
Where do you ship to?
We are a small, but rapidly growing family business based in southern Sydney, NSW. We currently only ship to Australia and New Zealand but we hope to expand our horizons very soon.
How much is shipping?
We offer free shipping on all orders over $100.
Orders under $100 will be charged a flat-rate shipping fee of $6.95 for Australia Post registered mail with tracking.
We also offer Express Post for $14.95.
If you prefer a signature with shipping, then this option is available for an additional $3.
All order will be charged a flat-rate shipping fee of $14.95 for Australia / New Zealand Post registered mail with online tracking.
We also offer Express Post to New Zealand for $24.95.
Which shipping service / carrier do you use?
As a small Australian business we are proud to support Australia Post (AusPost) by entrusting them to deliver all orders that are placed with our store.
As we use AusPost for most of our parcels. The best way to track and manage your order / delivery is with their mobile app so please click the link below which takes you straight to the app download page (n.b. link will open in a new window):
For bulkier items like sheets and blankets we occasionally use courier companies like Aramex.
What if I buy something and I change my mind?
If you've changed your mind (who hasn't!) or ordered an incorrect size we will happily replace your item or issue a full refund should a suitable replacement not be available. Please refer to our Returns Policy for more information relating to 'change of mind' returns.
Please note that Australian Consumer Law prevents us from accepting returns of any underwear. However, should your underwear be faulty we will happily replace the item or give you a full refund (should the item be unavailable).
Do you offer refunds?
Yes we do, however items must be returned to us in their original condition within 60 days of the purchase date as shown on your invoice. Please refer to our Returns Policy for more information relating to refunds and exchanges.
Can I pay with Afterpay?
We don't offer Afterpay as a payment option as we believe that PayPal's Pay-in-4 is a superior offer. You can read why we prefer PayPal's 'buy now pay later' option here.
How do I care for bamboo clothing?
To wash bamboo clothing we recommend turning items inside out and washing on a gentle cycle with cold water. Avoiding washing together with rough fabrics such as velcro. Wash with like colours where possible and please do not bleach.
We recommend that you always line dry, in the shade if you are able to (please turn the garment inside out if drying in direct sunlight). You may tumble dry on a low heat, but doing so is at your own risk as your garment may shrink. There is no need to dry clean.
Bamboo Blankets and Throws: we recommend that our throw rugs and blankets are dry-cleaned to ensure that they maintain their wonderful silky soft feel. For this we recommend using a GreenEarth Cleaning dry cleaner to ensure no toxic chemicals are used.
Bamboo Sheets: Please do not use bleach or fabric softener when washing. Do not wring or tumble dry. We recommend that you line dry in the shade. A cool iron may be used if required.
Do I need to iron bamboo clothing?
You can get away without ironing your bamboo clothing if you store them neatly (this is one of the many reasons why bamboo garments are so good for travel!) We find that any creases drop out with wear. However if you really insist, you can use a cool iron.
Is bamboo fabric suitable for sensitive skin?
Bamboo fibre is naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic. It is also naturally much softer and silkier than cotton, making it kinder to sensitive skin.
Is bamboo clothing and fabric suitable for pregnancy?
Bamboo is a lovely fabric to wear throughout your pregnancy. It is soft, lightweight and breathable. Many of our bamboo styles have soft fabric waistbands, and all of our bamboo blends have elastane for stretch. Bamboo also holds its shape well so you can wear throughout your entire pregnancy and beyond.
Is bamboo fabric better for menopause than cotton?
Bamboo is significantly better than cotton at wicking moisture away from the skin. This makes bamboo sheets a good choice for menopausal women experiencing night time sweats. Bamboo fabric is also thermo-regulating, so it keeps you cooler in summer and warmer in winter while still being lightweight. Bamboo pyjamas are also recommended for menopause for a much more comfortable sleep.