As at 26 May 2020
Backorder pieces are expected to arrive in 4 to 6 weeks.
In-stock item(s) in the same order as this backorder item will only be shipped together with the backorder item when the backorder item arrives. As such, please separate your orders if you wish to receive any in-stock item(s) first.
In the unfortunate event of insufficient stocks, we will be fulfilling the backorders on first-come-first-serve basis and will refund the orders that we are not able to fulfill.
Backorder will close on 28 May 2020 but you can still join the backorder and reserve a slot if you are still able to cart out this backorder item in the size you want.
For the sushi enthusiasts who prefer separates over one-piece apparels, fret not. Our Sushi Two-Way Top is made for you! Comfortable and versatile, you can choose between a v-neckline or straight/square neckline, and pair this top up with jeans, skirts or even lounge shorts! Do note that position of prints differ from piece to piece.
Taking care: It is recommended for printed clothing to be hand washed in cool water, laid flat and left to dry to avoid colour transfer.
Note: There may be small printing specks on the pieces due to the digital printing process which will not be considered as defects.
To best assess your fit, choose a garment that you already own and that fits you well. Lay this item flat and measure across the front. Then, compare your measurement with your desired garment's "Measurements" chart. Please note that measuring your body directly may provide misleading measurements.
To determine an accurate chest measurement, lay your measuring tool flat
Our measurement chart provides the garment's natural waist dimension - this is the thinnest part of your mid-section. For a dress' waist measurement, find the thinnest part of the garment (the waistband) and measure it. For pants or a skirt, measure the top of the garment to ascertain its waist.
To obtain the length of a top or dress, measure from the top of the shoulder to the bottom of the garment. For pants and skirts, this is the measurement from the waist to the bottom hem.
Measure the widest part of a skirt or pants, below the waistband, to determine fit. When measuring a skirt, it's best to use a garment that is fitted and not free-flowing.
Measure 1” below your crotch around your thigh.