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10 things every single does on Valentine’s day.

February 11, 2016

Valentine’s day is coming up, here´s a list every single person can relate to. Have dinner with people who really care about you. Celebrate it with your biggest love. Or just try the forget it. Avoid public places. And certainly avoid awkward questions. Your future date may be closer to you than you think. You don´t need a date to do romantic stuff. Your love life will never be like in the movies. Just stay in bed under a blanket. And in the end having a boy girlfriend isn´t that great.   Made by: Ilse Parren & Nina Haartsen

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Things You Say You'll Always Do During Summer But Never Do

January 15, 2016

For all those things on your summer bucket list that never quite get checked off.. Go camping, until you remember how many bugs there are in summer.  That is fun...  Not just sit inside watching TV shows all day Enjoy the outdoors     Organize your bedroom    Hosting a BBQ every Sunday  Read all the books Wake up early every morning and go for a run    Go on a picnic worthy of a million Instagram pictures  Apply sunscreen properly and not get burnt this summer Finally fix that thing that needs fixing   Going on a road trip      Start eating healthy  Have Grease-esque Summer Fling  Actually make all of those recipes you've been pinning for months  And...

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17 Things To Do To Improve Your Mental Health In 2016

January 06, 2016

Have a very happy new year — literally... Find something to do to simply to make you feel good. Too often we choose our activities based on what will look good on our resume or something that will make you a more well-rounded person. Just find something you find relaxing or cool.   Accept that you do not have to please everyone Being a helpful person is good, but worrying about people liking you and not stepping on any toes at the expense of your own happiness is not good. You can’t please everyone, embrace that. Get better sleep What does sleep have to do with mental health? Pretty much everything. Lack of sleep can magnify feelings of unhappiness and...

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Star Wars Episode VII

December 09, 2015

After a long wait, the new Star Wars movie The Force Awakens, is finally coming out on the 16th of December this year. Don’t have roughly 80 hours of free time to refresh your star wars knowledge before then? Don’t worry because the people at Eclectic Method put the essentials from each movie into a 3 minute video.  (*spoilers*) There you go, easiest Jedi training so far right? If you haven’t seen the trailer yet: (although they broke the record, and set a new world record for the ‘most viewed movie trailer on YouTube in 24 hours)   To get you even more in the Star Wars spirit, we have collected some Star Wars DIY ideas that will keep the...

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How can I contact the Fox&Dash team?

There's a couple of channels:

Tel - 021 426 2444

Email - catherine@springleap.com

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What is the sizing range for our t-shirts? Our guys and girls T-shirt catalogue offers the following size ranges:














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 As a quick guide, take one of your favourite existing t-shirts from your wardrobe - one that you love the fit of, and measure (as per pic below) it to compare with our size-chart above.

Who designs our products?

 Our designs are sourced from local, proudly South African brands and designers. We collaborate with the creatives and allow their work to be exhibited and retailed on our online platform for the international shopping community to engage with.

Where are our products produced?

 Our Springleap tees are printed under our eagle eye here in Cape Town. The actual garments are sourced from various suppliers, all of whom produce them in various African countries. The products we source from other designers are all produced within South Africa. Some items are bespoke and produced to order, so there may be lead-times. Keep an eye on the product pages for more info.

When will my order arrive?

 One can usually expect our art prints and canvases to take up to 14 days (2 weeks) to be delivered. Our T-shirts and scarves are custom printed and may take up to 3 weeks to be delivered – although they often arrive a lot sooner.

Can I track my order?

 Ask us to help, but If your order is being delivered within South Africa, then you can track the courier status (we'll send you the reference numbers when the parcel gets shipped.). If you order is being delivered outside of South Africa then it cannot be tracked – unless you have contacted us to arrange a premium courier service for international deliveries.

What is our policy of return and refund?

If you are not entirely satisfied with your purchase, we're here to help. Please drop an email to catherine@springleap.com so that we can organise everything seamlessly for you

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it.

Your item must be in the original packaging as well, or in a secure, waterproof package with labels and tags still attached.

 Your item needs to have the receipt or proof of purchase.

Once we receive your item, we will inspect it and notify you that we have received your returned

item. We will immediately notify you on the status of your return / exchange after inspecting the item.

If you have any questions on how to return your item to us, contact us.


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What is the process for international shipping?

 We send via a service called ‘Remailit’. The parcel gets sent safely to Heathrow via courier. At this point, the package is distributed into the mailing system of your country and will ultimately arrive via standard post. This process takes from 5-21 working days, depending on any holidays or any circumstances affecting your postal service. This service is not tracked and there is no recourse for missing / late or lost parcels. We are fully confident about the reliability of this service, but if you’d prefer to use a courier, don’t hesitate to contact us for a separate quotation.