Our Response

We are excited to welcome you safely!

Like most of you, we are sorting through the ever changing landscape of best practices, new information and state regulations. We are excited to serve you, and determined to do so in the safest way possible.

Please read the safety information below.

Important Safety Information

If you are experiencing any symptoms of respiratory illness including but not limited to fever, shortness of breath or cough, please reschedule your visit.

Please call the shop to book day of appointments, or book online in advance of your visit if possible. We are also accepting walk-ins. 

We ask that you join us in wearing a mask or other face covering while in our shop.

We will practice social distancing as much as possible, but there are spaces in our store that prevent it. Given the intimate nature of our services, this policy keeps both you and your fitter as safe as possible. If you are unable to wear a face covering due to underlying medical conditions, please call us to discuss your individual situation.

We are requiring masks until the Vermont mask mandate is lifted, regardless of your vaccine status.

We are offering virtual fitting, personal shopping, free shipping over $100 and porch pickup if you are looking for a refresh on bras you have or would like us to wrap a gift. You are welcome to shop for pajamas and underwear without an appointment. We ask that you wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before entering the fitting room and wear your face covering. 

There is limited and mixed information on the viability of the Covid-19 virus on fabric. We believe that trying on bras and sleepwear are very low risk activities, especially with the use of face coverings and hand washing.


According to the CDC, "Transmission of coronavirus occurs much more commonly through respiratory droplets than through fomites." (Fomites- "objects or materials which are likely to carry infection, such as clothes, utensils, and furniture.")

In an article on WebMD, "So far, evidence suggests that it’s harder to catch the virus from a soft surface (such as fabric) than it is from frequently touched hard surfaces like elevator buttons or door handles,” wrote Lisa Maragakis, MDsenior director of infection prevention at the Johns Hopkins Health System. [...] One thing experts do know: At this point, transmission happens mostly through close contact, not from touching hard surfaces or clothing."

We are focusing our efforts on regular cleaning of commonly touched non-porous surfaces, paying special attention to the doors, check out area and bathrooms. 

These policies will evolve, and we continue to research and seek more information to ensure we are serving you to the best of our ability. Thank you for your support and understanding!