In order to provide a large selection and to truly embody our slow fashion ideals, we don't discriminate against vintage pieces due to condition. We simply don't believe that a garment has reached the end of it's usable life just because it has a small stain or a tiny pull. We have established the Vintage Condition Scale to rate our interpretation of each item's condition, an explanation of which will always be provided on each listing.
Though our condition standards are quite high, it's incredibly important to bear in mind that despite an item receiving our highest rating, nothing should be assumed as perfect. We will always list in detail specific flaws observed. Please review the description of these listings carefully.
Vintage Condition Scale
This item has been very well loved. Ultimately, we believe if you truly love this product, it will be worth it to overlook its imperfections. We'd never sell something we wouldn't wear ourselves!
Visible imperfections, but still has life left to live. It's important you read the details to manage your expectations.
"Good". There are some flaws. Could range from a pen mark to a tiny hole.
Has very minor imperfections.
These are things that aren't noticeable unless you're looking for them.
The creme de la creme!
No noticeable flaws.
All vintage items will have measurements in inches provided due to the inconsistencies of past sizing practices. If a numerical dress size is listed, it is based on US sizing. Please refer to what Leigh has listed, above all, and disregard sizing you may see on tags in our photos.
23.5" - 24"
24.5" - 25"
25.5" - 26"
26.5" - 27"
27.5" - 28"
28.5" - 29"
29.5" - 30"
30.5" - 31"
31.5" - 32"
Sometimes we use simple sizing to illustrate that a garment is suitable for multiple sizes. Bear in mind that the smaller your size, the more oversized it will appear on your body type. And vice versa, the larger your actual size, the more fitted this garment will wear for you. Keep desired fit in mind when considering these items. Refer to the sizing below.
*Apart from measurements, we often describe what body type/size items would be best suited for after witnessing them on fit models. This is purely subjective.