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WIMSY | Frequently Asked Questions

Wimsy | FAQ

How do I order?
Contact me via whatssap with your name and date of wedding to set up an appointment to discuss what you’d like to have made. Please do not call.

Is there a consultation fee?
Yes, it is R100, which is payable before meeting.

Is there a deposit needed and when do I pay it?
There is a R200 deposit for a custom order that is due within a week of finalising your order. For hiring a 50% deposit is required within a week of finalising order.

What days are appointments?
Appointments are mon-thurs in evenings between 7-9pm in half hour slots and Saturdays between 2pm-9pm in half hour slots.
Please be punctual for your appointment. If you are 10 minutes late, please reschedule.

What is price range of Headpieces?
They range from R200-R1500, depending on what you want

Do you have samples?
I do have a pieces you can try on.

Do you have stock on hand?
Each piece is custom made, I don’t have stock on hand. They are made as you order them. I do, however have pieces for hire.

How does hiring work?
There is a 50% deposit required to secure our booking of a specific headpiece. Collection is on the Wednesday before the wedding date and it needs to be returned the Tuesday after the wedding. Headpieces can be made from scratch for you to hire.

Where are you based?
I am based in Kensington, Cape Town

Do you do scarf styling?
No I do not.  For contact details of scarf stylists, click here

How long in advance must I book my Headpiece?
Please book custom pieces a minimum of 3 months in advance. Pieces for hire can be booked 1 month in advance.

How do I know of it will suit my face?
The fitting is very important as you can see what the headpiece looks like on and you can see if your happy with how it looks. With custom pieces, it is very important to be hones about what it is you do not like. These can then be changed so that you leave with a headpiece you are in love with instead of one you tolerate.

When do I collect my headpiece?
The Wednesday before the wedding.