How do I know if my item is on pre-order?
Before buying, you can find pre-order information on the product page where it is written in green. It will also be stated at checkout. Not all products are pre-order, so if you don’t find this information then the item is already in-stock and will be shipped as normal. Please be sure to check properly first.
After buying, you will receive an estimated dispatch date in your confirmation email - please be sure to check your spam folder! - and a screenshot of the product page showing the same green text.
Please be aware after the order is dispatched, it can take up to 10 working days to be delivered.
When can I expect my order
Delivery time is 1-10 working days in Europe, with the exception of the UK, Switzerland and Norway where delivery will take up to 14 days. Please note: we do not deliver to the Canary Islands.
USA Express Shipping: 48 hours.
For pre-order items, add the above delivery time for your region to the dispatch date. This is shown in green text on the product page, at checkout and also your confirmation email right after you order.
Orders containing pre-order items will be dispatched at the latest date, so that they can be sent altogether in one parcel.
How can I track my parcel?
You can track your parcel in the following link: https://www.dhl.de/en/privatkunden.html, using the shipment ID given in the dispatch email - if you do not receive this ID, contact us and we will provide it. Once the parcel is handed to the National Post of your country, DHL will update the information linking to a new page for you to keep on checking the whereabouts of your parcel.
We recommend to proactively check the information inside the link as you may not always get notified about every update.
How will Brexit affect my order?
As of January 1st 2021, Brexit will change the way parcels enter and leave the UK. Because our warehouse is based in Germany, deliveries to our British customers will now be slightly different.
If you live in England, Scotland or Wales, you will need to pay additional handling fees on TWOTHIRDS’ parcels when you receive them. These costs are being determined by UK customs at the border, meaning they are out of our control. We are however, closely monitoring the latest changes and will update this section when more information is available to us. Northern Ireland should not be affected.
Brexit also means we can no longer offer Express Shipping to the UK, with the border closure resulting in slower processing times. It’s likely that we’ll review this in the future.
Delivery should take 10-14 days and will now cost 8.90€ for orders under 100€, being free for orders over this amount. In both cases, you will still be required to pay the customs charges.
Returns need to be completed by taping the invoice to the outside of the box (please do not fold it up), making the price clearly visible to customs. Write "RETURN" on top of this invoice. If you don't follow these steps, the parcel will be declined at the border and sent back to you.
Please write the address of our warehouse as normal: see Returns & Refund section for more.
How does the payment procedure work?
At the checkout page, after adding your shipping information, you can continue the payment method. There you can choose which method you’d like to pay with to complete your order.
For cards and Paypal payments, you will be charged directly after you complete your order.
Should you choose to pay via Bank Deposit, please send us an email through our contact form with the payment confirmation. To complete the payment, these are our bank details:
IBAN: ES57 0081 0025 2100 0339 4551 /
Swift: BSAB ESBB
Should you choose to pay via Paypal, this is our e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For both bank deposit and paypal methods, please make sure you add your name and order number (#123456) in the subject of your transfer, so that we associate the payment with the corresponding order. This is especially important if the payment comes from a bank account with a different name.
Your order will not be processed and shipped until we have confirmed the payment.
How to correctly follow the measurements from our size guides?
To help you find the best fit, we make size guides for individual garments. They can be viewed through the text marked “size guide” that is right underneath sizing options on the product page.
We then recommend taking the following steps:
- Choose a similar garment you already have at home.
- Place the item flat on a smooth surface.
- Measure your garment in each of the places indicated by the size chart’s illustration. Take into account that the measurements shown in the size charts represent the front of the item, not the entire circumference.
- Compare those measurements to the numbers from the chart to figure out the best size for you!
- Relax, knowing the garment will fit you like a glove :)
How can I return an item?
If you are returning a damaged item, please contact us within 14 days at email@example.com - remember to attach pictures of the damaged item. If you want to return something from your order that's not damaged there is no need to contact our Customer Service team. You also do not need a print-out label as we do not cover return shipping costs. Be aware that to return an item it cannot be used or washed.
How to return the item(s):
First: You must include the return form in your package which you will find here. If the item was damaged, please write this on the note as well.
Second: Write our return shipping address on the parcel.
TWOTHIRDS Returns c/o VDS Fulfillment
Third: Send the parcel, using your choice of carrier. You will be responsible for the items until they have arrived at our warehouse. We therefore strongly recommend you to keep the proof of postage as we can’t be held responsible for packages that fail to arrive.
Fourth: Our underwear garments cannot be returned for sanitary reasons.
NOTE: If making a return from a country outside of the EU (Switzerland, Norway, the UK or the USA), please include the original invoice outside your parcel, and write the word "RETURN" on the outside, so customs can clearly identify it as such. If not done correctly, the parcel will be declined at the border and returned to you, which will mean paying the return shipping costs again.