Ash & Rose now offers free options for shipping AND returns! We've also extended our return policy to 90 days, so you have plenty of time to decide.
We'll ship your order of $100 or more for free to any USA or Canadian address when you choose the Free Shipping option. All other orders will have shipping fees calculated at checkout. We do ship internationally and fees are calculated at checkout.
We're also offering free return postage on all domestic orders when you choose to receive an exchange or store credit. For a refund back to your original form of payment, you can print a return shipping label for a flat fee of $5.95, or ship yourself using a carrier of your choice. International customers must handle their own return shipments.
Visit our Returns Portal for complete details and to initiate your return.
DEVINTO is an eco and ethically conscious label established in Montreal, Canada and relocated to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. It is designed and produced locally on Cape Cod using natural and eco friendly fabrics without compromising style. DEVINTO designs are equally focused on comfort, glamour, and fair principles when it comes to the creation and production of garments. Aiste Zitnikaite is the label’s creator and designer. Her designs for DEVINTO are fueled by the belief that fashion is one of the primary modes of self expression – a visual introduction to one’s personality. Inspired by ambiguity, the designs portray a sense of dichotomy revealing that elegance can be rebellious, a sombre mood can bring a sense of comfort, and simplicity can make a bold statement; thus DEVINTO style is at once feminine and empowering, elegant and defiant, while remaining simple and comfortable. DEVINTO strongly adheres to the belief that while style and glamour should be easily accessible, our planet and its inhabitants should not be aversely affected by our need to express ourselves. That is why DEVINTO designs are made of ethically sourced natural fabrics such as bamboo, organic cotton and silk and every piece is made to order to minimize waste and overproduction.