Beatrice Perry Cast Iron Scrunchie Wool Crepe
Beatrice Perry Cast Iron Scrunchie Wool Crepe
Beatrice Perry Cast Iron Scrunchie Wool Crepe
£18.00

Cast Iron Scrunchie · Red

Also available in: BLACK · CREAM · GREY

This is the most elegant scrunchie that you're likely to find. It is finished with a French seam on the outer edge, and made of our favourite wool crepe, woven in England. As such, it makes a smart accessory to the Oak Two-Piece. Wear on a low ponytail to update the iconic look.

· Elasticated scrunchie finished with French seam
· Width of band 3cm
· 100% Wool Crepe
· Handwash cold

Size Guide

Beatrice Perry clothing is designed and sold to a UK size guide. If you have any questions regarding fit and sizing, or would like to discuss alterations, please contact us at customercare@beatriceperry.com.

    ORDERS PLACED IN THIS PERIOD WILL BE DISPATCHED MONDAY 25TH JUNE

    We aim to despatch all orders within 48 hours of the order being placed, weekends and holidays excluded. We will contact you if there is a delay or items are found to be out of stock.

    RATES

    • UK (Royal Mail Signed For) - FREE
    • INTERNATIONAL (Royal Mail International Signed) - £16 

    TAXES AND DUTIES
    Please note that orders delivered outside the UK may be subject to import duties, taxes and brokerage fees. You will be responsible for payment of any such charges. As we can neither control nor predict the charges, we recommend that you contact your local customs office for further information.

    We recommend that you follow the care labels on the garments, but here are some further suggestions on how to look after your clothes and the environment.

    WASH

    • Don't leave dirty laundry lying around for too long.
    • Turn clothes inside out, and close any buttons, clasps and zips.
    • Care labels show the maximum treatment that can be used on a garment. Most detergents will clean effectively at lower temperatures, which conserves energy.
    • Look for detergents that are plant-based and free of artificial fragrance, optical brighteners, chlorine, and phosphates.
    • Fabric conditioners can help to avoid creases in hard water areas. Make sure they are also free of the chemicals listed above.

    DRY

    • Hang dry if possible, and as soon as possible after the cycle is finished to avoid creasing.
    • Reshape when damp to avoid non-essential ironing.

    DRY CLEAN

    • Look for "green" dry cleaners who use solvents which are less harmful to the environment - often CO2 or silicon.
    • Avoid tetrachloroethylene, also known as perchloroethylene (PERC).

     DELICATE HANDWASH

    Where handwashing is advised, follow this guide for a gentle wash. Often handswashing can be used instead of dry cleaning on sensitive fabrics. Do so at your own risk, but if you do decide to, then make sure it's done carefully.

    • Fill a basin with a tablespoon or so of delicate detergent and cold water.
    • Gently swirl the garment and leave it to soak for 10 minutes.
    • Drain and refill the sink, gently swirl and repeat.
    • Drain the basin.
    • Press the garment against the side of the basin to remove excess water - do not wring the garment out.
    • Place on a towel and roll to help absorb remaining water.
    • Reshape and dry flat on a rack or towel to air dry.

    Delivery

    ORDERS PLACED IN THIS PERIOD WILL BE DISPATCHED MONDAY 25TH JUNE

    We aim to despatch all orders within 48 hours of the order being placed, weekends and holidays excluded. We will contact you if there is a delay or items are found to be out of stock.

    RATES

    • UK (Royal Mail Signed For) - FREE
    • INTERNATIONAL (Royal Mail International Signed) - £16 

    TAXES AND DUTIES
    Please note that orders delivered outside the UK may be subject to import duties, taxes and brokerage fees. You will be responsible for payment of any such charges. As we can neither control nor predict the charges, we recommend that you contact your local customs office for further information.

    Garment Care

    We recommend that you follow the care labels on the garments, but here are some further suggestions on how to look after your clothes and the environment.

    WASH

    • Don't leave dirty laundry lying around for too long.
    • Turn clothes inside out, and close any buttons, clasps and zips.
    • Care labels show the maximum treatment that can be used on a garment. Most detergents will clean effectively at lower temperatures, which conserves energy.
    • Look for detergents that are plant-based and free of artificial fragrance, optical brighteners, chlorine, and phosphates.
    • Fabric conditioners can help to avoid creases in hard water areas. Make sure they are also free of the chemicals listed above.

    DRY

    • Hang dry if possible, and as soon as possible after the cycle is finished to avoid creasing.
    • Reshape when damp to avoid non-essential ironing.

    DRY CLEAN

    • Look for "green" dry cleaners who use solvents which are less harmful to the environment - often CO2 or silicon.
    • Avoid tetrachloroethylene, also known as perchloroethylene (PERC).

     DELICATE HANDWASH

    Where handwashing is advised, follow this guide for a gentle wash. Often handswashing can be used instead of dry cleaning on sensitive fabrics. Do so at your own risk, but if you do decide to, then make sure it's done carefully.

    • Fill a basin with a tablespoon or so of delicate detergent and cold water.
    • Gently swirl the garment and leave it to soak for 10 minutes.
    • Drain and refill the sink, gently swirl and repeat.
    • Drain the basin.
    • Press the garment against the side of the basin to remove excess water - do not wring the garment out.
    • Place on a towel and roll to help absorb remaining water.
    • Reshape and dry flat on a rack or towel to air dry.