Sizing + Condition

It's not always easy to choose the right size, so here's a helpful sizing chart that I use. Please note that some of our sizes may lie within two categories and will be marked accordingly. 

size | bust | waist | hips
xxxs: 28"-30" | 22" | 32"
xxs: 31.5" | 23" | 33.5"
xs: 32" | 24" | 35"
s: 33"- 34" | 25"-26" | 36"-37"
m: 35"-36" | 27"-28" | 38"-39"
l: 38"-40" | 29"-31" | 40"-42"
xl: 41"-42" | 32"-33" | 43"-44"
1x: 42"-43" | 33"-34" | 44"-46"
2x: 44"-46" | 35"-37" | 46"-48"
3x: 48"-50" | 38"- 41" | 50"-53"

All of the clothing measurements are taken with the garment laying flat and then the measurements are doubled when applicable (bust/waist/hips are doubled). The size is just an estimate, and vintage sizes are different then modern sizes. Please use measurements to ensure proper fit. To determine whether a vintage item will fit you, it's best to compare the measurements given with that of a similar garment that does fit you. 

Measurements are taken with the garment laying flat and then the bust/waist/hips measurements are doubled.

Shoulders: across from shoulder seam to seam
Bust: underarm to underarm
Waist: measured in the natural/smallest part of the waist
Hips: measured 8" down from where the waist measurement was taken
Sleeve Length: top of shoulder seam to sleeve hem/cuff
Length: shoulder to hem for dresses / waist to hem for skirts/pants/and the like

I try to be as honest and truthful about the condition of my vintage collection. All items are pre-owned, so please expect natural wear. I do my best to note flaws but may overlook small things from time to time. However, I do not have the ability to know how much wear a vintage item can handle before it becomes unwearable/unusable.

Mint: No flaws, pristine with no signs of wear
Excellent: Very slight wear, no major flaws
Very Good: A few minor small flaws, but doesn't affect the wear
Good: Some flaws may be visible along with some wear
Fair: Many flaws and repairs need, along with some structure issues
Poor: Damaged and best use for display/study

Most of my items are cleaned before listed, but it's always best to rewash or dry clean before wear if you have sensitive skin. Please check the listing to see if the garment has already been cleaned.

99% of vintage glassware cannot handle a dishwasher and should only be hand washed with care. It's best to use a mild detergent and soft sponge, towel, or even your hand when washing these glasses. I assume no responsibility for glassware once you have received/used it.

Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions, especially if it's about caring for an item!