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Allow your loved one to choose their perfect gift with the Alabama Chanin Gift Certificate. Choose the amount for online redemption, and we will send you (or the recipient) a card with a code for that amount.
Choose between physical, digital, or printable PDF options.
PHYSICAL: Printed on recycled cotton paper and encased in a reusable sleeve repurposed from our organic canvas scraps. If you are having this mailed to a friend or loved one, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, referencing your order number, with the recipient's name, mailing address, and a gift message (if you would like one to be included). Ships in 1-3 business days.
PRINTABLE PDF: We’ll email you a styled PDF file designed by our team that you can print, wrap, and gift to the recipient. The 8.5 x 11” PDF is designed to be printed at home on your choice of paper.
DIGITAL: We'll send a special email to the recipient. Once your order has been placed, please send an email to email@example.com and include your order number, along with the recipient's name, email address, and an optional gift message.
Digital and printable gift certificates send within 6 hours when ordered from 8am – 12pm. Orders placed after 12pm will send the following business day. Please note, any gift certificate ordered on Friday after 4:00pm CST, on Saturday, or on Sunday will not be sent out until the following Monday when the team is back in the office.
Please give us a call at 256-760-1090 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, special instructions, differing amounts, or for help placing an order over the phone.
Gift certificates are non-refundable.
Our garments are carefully made to order for you, ensuring we utilize our organic cotton fabrics in the most responsible way.
"Twenty years ago, Natalie Chanin returned home to Florence, Alabama, to reconnect with her roots and the hand-makers there for what was to be a one-off project. She never left. ‘Big magic’ is how the designer describes the coming together of her brand, which is now recognized as a case study in how to do slow fashion responsibly and right. It was a process that, Chanin says, was like ‘being led down a road wildly.’ And while the pace has become a bit more manageable over time, Chanin’s commitment—to land and hand, community and history—remains deep and strong. So does her belief in the freedom that comes from deciding how, and where, to work.” — Laird Borrelli-Persson for Vogue