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Order by 17th July to ensure delivery before our factory’s summer closure

Which Countries Do You Ship To?

Apposta ships to anywhere in the world.

Shipping is free worldwide for orders over € 280 

For all other orders, our shipping charges are as follows:

European Union and UK:

USA, Canada, Switzerland:

Japan and South America:

Rest of the world:

For deliveries outside the European Union, customs duties and taxes may also apply. The courier will ask for these before delivery. Those amounts depend on the law of the destination country applicable when the package is received and are beyond Apposta’s control.

How Soon Will My Order Be Shipped?

Each order is generally shipped after 2 working weeks, which is how long it takes to make a fine shirt. When we start to produce your order, we shall email to tell you the planned shipping date. Please note – we carefully check all the measurements stated in the order before making each shirt. If the measurements that you gave differ from our standards, then we may ask you to double check, and production will begin as soon as we receive an email from you to confirm.

How Long Does Shipping Take?

The express couriers that we use to ship your order guarantee delivery in 2 days throughout Europe and 4 days in the rest of the world. Shipping may sometimes be delayed for reasons beyond Apposta’s control. The courier will deliver to the address stated in the order, so it is preferable to give an address where someone will be in. 

Can My Order Be Shipped Sooner?

For specific shirt fabrics we offer a Priority Production service which has an additional cost. Shirts created from eligible fabrics are made and shipped from our factory within 9 days of ordering. Read more about Priority Production.

Which Couriers Do You Use?

Apposta uses UPS, TNT and SDA, depending on the destination country, both to deliver orders and, where necessary, to collect returns.