If you are not completely satisfied with your J.Jill purchase, J. Jill will gladly accept returns of merchandise that is unworn, unwashed, undamaged or does not meet your quality expectations within 90 days of the original purchase.
J. Jill will send you an email confirming that your order has shipped.
Yes. You can ship to a different address.
Currently, you cannot split an order and ship specific items to multiple addresses through JJILL.COM. You can, however, arrange shipments to multiple addresses by calling one of the Customer Service representatives toll-free at 1.800.642.9989.
Duty charges are separate from shipping and processing fees. A Customer Service representative will contact you prior to shipment with information about additional shipping and processing fees. The addressee will be responsible for payment of all duty charges at the time of delivery.
Delivery time is from 10 to 14 business days (Mon–Fri) from the date the package is shipped.
Yes. You can locate specific items by entering keywords, phrases, sizes, colors, etc., in the keyword search box in the top-right corner of each page.
Women’s sizes (14W–28W and 1X–4X) are designed for women 5'41/2" to 5'7" in height.
All pants, skirts and shorts in women’s sizes have partial or full elastic waists.
Petite sizes (0P–18P and XSP–XLP) are designed for women 5'4" and under.
Sleeves, lengths and inseams fall in precisely the right place.
Also, you can visit J. Jill Official Website to get more helps, faqs and knowledge base.
In 1959, J.Jill began as one specialty store in the Berkshires of Massachusetts and evolved into a direct catalog business. Forty years later, in 1999, we opened our first retail stores and in that same year, launched our ecommerce site. Today, we are proud to be a nationally recognized omni-channel brand that includes our still-growing catalog business, ecommerce website and over 270 retail stores. And our story continues…
In 2002, we founded the J.Jill Compassion Fund to support community-based organizations that help disadvantaged and homeless women become self-sufficient. As a company of women dedicated to women, we’ve donated in excess of $14 million through the Fund.
On March 9, 2017, J.Jill became a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) trading under the ticker symbol JILL.