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Drew Ankle Booties

Regular price $87.99 Sale price $70.99
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The Drew Ankle Booties are the perfect staple boot for your fall wardrobe! These beautiful tan leather booties feature fun cutout detailing, perfect for the transitioning seasons! The cute things will definitely go with anything in your fall closet! Available in natural.

 

Leather upper, man-made lower.

Heel height: 1.75"

MEASURING TIPS:

  • Clothes are laid flat when measured.
  • When comparing measurements, measure the largest part of your bust.
  • Bend slightly to the side and note where your torso bends to find your natural waist.                                                                                                                       

  

MEASURING FOR TOPS:

Bust is measured 1" below sleeve, all the way around the top.

Length is measured from the middle of the shoulder seam to the bottom of the top.

 

MEASURING FOR DRESSES:

Bust is measured 1" below sleeve, all the way around the top.

Waist is measured at the smallest part of the waist in the dress, all the way around the dress.

Length is measured from the middle of the shoulder seam to the bottom of the top.

 

MEASURING FOR SKIRTS:

Waist is measured at the smallest part of the waist in the skirt, all the way around the skirt.

Length is measured from the middle of the front of the skirt to the bottom of the skirt.

 

MEASURING FOR PANTS/SHORTS:

Waist is measured at the smallest part of the waist in the pants, all the way around the pants.

Length is measured from the top of the waist to the bottom of the pant hemline.

Inseam is measured from from the top of the inner leg seam to the bottom of the pant hemline.

 

MEASURING FOR JUMPSUITS/ROMPERS:

Bust is measured 1" below sleeve, all the way around the jumpsuit.

Waist is measured at the smallest part of the waist in the jumpsuit, all the way around the jumpsuit.

Torso is measured from the middle of the shoulder seam to the waistline.

Length is measured from the middle of the shoulder seam to the bottom of the jumpsuit hemline.

Inseam is measured from from the top of the inner leg seam to the bottom of the jumpsuit hemline.

When can I expect my order to ship?

We absolutely can’t wait for you to receive your new purchase! We promise we will try our best to ship your order to you within 1-2 business days. Once your package is on its way, you will receive a confirmation email with tracking information. All packages are shipped USPS and should be delivered in 2-5 business days, depending on your location. 

How much are shipping costs?

All orders $100 or more qualify for free shipping (yay!). Orders under $100 will be charged a flat $5.95 shipping rate.

Any chance August Cloth ships internationally?

No, we currently only ship within the contiguous United States. Check back later for policy changes!

Uh oh! My tracking information indicates my package has been successfully delivered but I haven’t received it.

We hate when this happens. However, August Cloth is not responsible for lost or stolen packages. Please contact your local USPS office with your tracking number to track your package further or file a missing package claim.

Can I change or cancel my order once I place it?

Because we work to get your item(s) to you quickly, once an order is placed, we are not able to make any changes or cancellations.


Still have questions? For additional assistance, contact us at hello@augustcloth.com. 

 

We want the styles you love to last for seasons to come! Here are some helpful tips for taking care of fabrics to extend the life of your wardrobe!

 

Tips for hand washing at home:

1) Always wash like colors together.

2) Fill a bowl/sink with a gentle detergent.

3) Let garment sit in water for about an hour, swirling it around a few times (we know you're busy...set a timer if needed!)

4) Remove garment from water and gently squeeze excess water from clothes.

5) Dry flat on drying rack or hang to dry.

*In a pinch, use the "hand wash" or "gentle" cycle on your washing machine. If using a "gentle" cycle, be sure to turn off the spin part of the cycle. This is key for any pieces that require hand washing! The spin cycle causes the fabric fibers to shrink/tighten...no good.

 

Tips for washing pants at home:

1) Wash pants only when necessary (game changer)! Consider washing them twice each season, plus an additional wash before putting them away when switching out your closet to a new season. 

2) To give your pants a little refresh, toss them in the dryer (without previously washing them) for an "air dry" cycle.

3) Be sure to turn denim inside out prior to washing to preserve the blue dye.

 

Tips for removing stubborn stains:

1) Wet a cloth with cold water and add a drop of dish detergent to the wet cloth.

2) Place a dry cloth under the stain on the garment. 

3) Using the wet cloth with detergent, press on the stain over an over, saturating the stain and encouraging it to lift out of the fabric. Try not to rub the stain too vigorously to avoid damaging the fabric. If the stain is large, apply detergent directly to stain.

4) Allow the detergent to sit on the stain anywhere from 30 minutes to overnight before washing.

5) For stubborn stains (including arm pit stains), consider a mixture of dish detergent and oxyclean/baking soda. For blood stains, hydrogenperoxide works wonders.  

 

Tips for fixing clothes that have shrunk:

1) Fill a sink or tub with lukewarm water and add a capful of hair conditioner. 

2) Soak for at least 30 minutes in order for the fibers to begin to loosen.

3) When the time is up, remove the garment from the water and gently squeeze excess water, but do not rinse.

4) Lay the garment on a towel and roll the towel with the garment inside, squeezing to release additional water until the garment is damp.

5) Lay the garment on a dry towel and begin gently stretching it back to its preshrunk size.

6) Allow the garment to air dry.

 

No two fabrics are the same! Here are some highlights of what makes each fabric unique!

Cotton: easy to wash but can be prone to shrinking; machine or hand wash in cold water and avoid drying it in high heat

Linen: easy to wash but can be prone to shrinking and wrinkling; machine or hand wash in cold water and air dry (never use a dryer when caring for linen)

Nylon: easy to wash but can be prone to static; skip the dryer as air drying can help prevent static

Polyester: easy to wash and can be dried on medium or low heat

Rayon/Viscose: always hand wash or machine wash on cold (if machine washed, be sure to avoid spin cycle!)

Spandex: easy to wash but must be dried on low or air dry; not bleach tolerant

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