|All sashes are available in retail to individuals and small groups,
or in bulk orders to schools, universities and large organizations.
How do I order?
Simply follow the instructions on the pricing and ordering page.
You can also mail, phone, or fax an order form to us directly.
Do you ship internationally?
We do ship internationally by FedEx. FedEx does charge "Brokerage Fees" for moving your package through customs. We have no control over these fees, cannot estimate them, and are not responsible for them. These fees are the responsibility of the customer and are not collected at checkout.
Remember, when you order all prices are quoted and must be paid in U.S. Funds. Allow ample time for your shipment to clear customs.
Do you ship C.O.D.?
No, we do not accept cash on delivery.
What credit cards do you accept?
We accept Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express.
Do you accept checks?
Yes, we accept only business or corporate checks. No personal checks! Simply send a check payable to Pride Sash along with your online order or completed order form to:
3341 Jack Northrop Avenue Bldg. #17
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Do I have to pay tax on my order?
Orders shipped to addresses in California will be charged local sales tax. Orders delivered to addresses outside of California will not be charged tax.
When will I be charged for my order?
Individuals and Small Groups Orders will be charged by credit card at acceptance and confirmation of your order before processing.
If a payment is made by check, we will not start embroidery until we receive your check by mail.
For Bulk Order clients, we allow for more flexible payment methods.
Please contact us for more information or special requests.
How soon will I get my order?
The estimate turnaround for orders to be manufactured and delivered varies depending on the type of order.
For Individual orders and Small Groups orders, our average standard turnaround is 2 to 4 weeks!
For Bulk Orders, our standard turnaround is 4 to 6 weeks!
We will take in consideration the delivery date requested in your order. If you need your sash sooner, please call our offices to check if we can deliver on time.
Placing an order with a custom logo for the first time requires more time for artwork processing and digitizing.
Do you have a catalog?
Most of our current catalog is offered on the online store.
You can download our printable brochure at this time.
If you would like to receive a brochure and other promotional material by mail, send us an email request or call our toll free
number at 1 (866) 617-0677 and we will send it out right away.
How many letters can I fit and how big will they be?
The amount of letters for your school name or personalized text included with standard embroidery is 20 letters maximum per line.
Award, pageant & homecoming sashes are limited to 30-45 letters.
The larger the amount, the smaller the letters will become. Please be aware that the size of letters will be determined by this factor.
I want something different from your online catalog?
Ask us by calling our offices at 1 (866) 617-0677 or email us.
What are your sashes made of?
Our sashes are made of bridal satin, kente or serape. All our sashes are made using the finest-quality fabrics and manufactured in a manner which is consistent with the U.S. Department of Labor's Fair Labor Standards Act and/or the appropriate policies of an institution or corporation.
Where does the Kente cloth come from?
Kente is one of the world's best-known and most widely revered African textiles. It is produced in greater quantity, exported to more places and incorporated into a greater variety of forms than any other African fabric. Kente is a hand-woven, narrow strip cloth that often incorporates bright, primary colors with richly patterned motifs at regular intervals. Long strips are pieced together to create the large toga-sized textile that has long been a part of traditional Ghanaian society and ritual culture.
Over time, Kente has taken on multiple meanings and uses beyond its original role in Ghanaian society. Today, Kente is widely embraced in African American society as a prominent symbol of black identity and unity. From greeting cards and book-covers to clothing and household accessories, Kente has served as inspiration for many visual art forms.
Today Kente also serves as an international symbol for the entire African continent, as evidenced by the eye-catching Kente wall-hanging proudly displayed in one of the United Nation’s main corridors.
Where does the Serape come from?
The origin of the Serape is unknown, but it is thought likely that its roots can be traced both to Native American and Spanish cultures.
The role of the Serape has changed throughout time. During the early 1800s, the Serape was associated with the Mexican fight for freedom and democracy, and became a national symbol during the Mexican Independence movement.
Many in Mexico embraced the Serape as their garment of choice. For them, the Serape represented a return to the ideals of the cowboy. Vaqueros, Mexican cowboys, used Serapes as protection against the elements and as blankets.