How do I make a return? Where and how do you ship?

Please go to our Shipping and Returns page here

Where are your products manufactured?
We choose to work with local and oversees factories that pay their skilled employees higher than living wages, and offer clean, safe working conditions. Read more here about who makes GREIGE clothing come to life.

How are you making strides towards sustainability?
All garments are made with organic, Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX® (tested for harmful chemicals and substances), organic fabrics, and/or leftover fabrics. We also ship wholesale orders in reused boxes, and ship all online orders in compostable shipping bags with no extraneous packaging such as tissue paper.

How do things fit? 
Our women's styles have a non-restrictive and slightly oversized fit. Our children's styles fit generously and should last up until the end of the size curve. For example, a 2T garment should fit up until the child turns 3, and a 12-18M garment should fit up until the child turns 18 months.

For our body measurements used to create our sizes, please take a look at our size charts.  

How do I care for my Greige item?
Children's styles - Children's styles can be washed in a cool, gentle/delicate cycle and then tumble dried on low heat. However to extend the life of any of your clothing, hang to dry (it's also kinder on the environment ;). Please follow the specific care label instructions on the inside of the garment.

Adult styles -  Most adult styles should be washed in a cool, gentle/delicate cycle and then hung/laid flat to dry. Please follow the specific care label instructions inside the garment. We strongly recommend not putting your adult styles in the dryer.

All styles can be ironed with low heat, except for styles with graphic prints which should be ironed on the lowest heat setting with a press cloth, or inside out.

How is my GREIGE purchase giving back? 
1% of all sales this season will be donated to Plan International Canada whose mission is to advance children's rights and equality for girls as well as address the COVID-19 response in vulnerable communities.