We understand these are difficult times for everyone, and we would like to thank you for continuing to support us. We are still open to orders, and UK couriers are still delivering as normal.
However, Royal Mail, like all delivery companies, are experiencing some delays so please allow a little longer than usual for your package to arrive in the UK and overseas. We are still delivering internationally to most countries, however delays should be expected so please allow a little longer for your parcel to arrive as transit times differ for each country and the situation is changing daily.
For the time being, until further notice, we are unable to deliver to the following countries:
Australia, Azerbaijan, Botswana, Cuba, Haiti, Iceland, Kosovo, Mauritania, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Norway, Paraguay, Reunion Island, Seychelles, Turkmenistan
- We aim to dispatch your item the next working day after your order has been placed.
- All items are shipped Monday – Saturday. We are unable to deliver on public holidays, so if you place an order with us during these times it may take a little longer to arrive.
UK Standard Delivery
2-4 working days
|Europe & Republic of Ireland
3-10 working days
|USA & Canada
5-15 working days
|Rest of the World
5-15 working days
UK Standard Delivery is made with Royal Mail and is usually delivered within 2-4 working days of your order being placed. If you are out when the parcel arrives at your specified address, your parcel may be left in a safe place or with a neighbour – or the postman will leave a card with details of where to collect your parcel from your local collection office.
All of our international orders are dispatched using Royal Mail International Standard Delivery. Please note this is not a tracking service. Depending on where you live, your parcel may take between 3 and 15 working days to arrive. Please see above for more detailed delivery estimates.
Please note that your order may be subject to import duties. Yesterday's Girl unfortunately cannot estimate nor advise what these duties might be as they can vary between countries and often fluctuate. If you need any advice on import duties, you must contact your local authority.