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We understand that when shopping for vintage, you may have questions.
We know that proper care is crucial to the longevity of vintage clothing, which is why we provide our customers with tips on how to maintain their pieces and keep them looking amazing as they were meant to be.
Curious about where we source our items, or perhaps how to find your measurements? We're here to help.

  • Do you offer layaway?
    Yes we do! We highly encourage paying either via PayPal's Pay Monthly, or Affirm as a payment option at checkout. Otherwise, we do offer a non-refundable layaway option, with at least 20% down payment, with the remainder broken up into payments over 2-6 months. Please contact us if you are interest in a layaway plan.
  • Do you accept offers?
    We are always open to respectful and reasonable offers on any of our items. Please also respect our right to decline or counteroffer. Just contact us to make an offer on any of our items.
  • Do you offer bundle discounts?
    Sure! If you'd like to purchase 3 items or more, we will provide a 10% bundle discount. Shipping will always be combined to save you money on multiple purchases. Just contact us to request your bundle discount before checkout.
  • Do you accept returns?
    Please review our return policy.
  • Do you ship international?
    Yes. Please inquire first to make sure we ship to your country. We are not responsible for customs charges. International shipping can take on average 1-4 weeks for delivery.
  • Will you offer direct shopping on your website instead of Etsy?
    Yes! Very soon. We are working on getting that implemented ASAP. In the meantime, head to the bottom of our home page to sign up for our newsletter for updates!
  • What is vintage?
    The industry standard is that vintage is anything 20 years and older (yes, your 90's pleather pants are vintage, and so is that early 2000's fuzzy tank top). Antiques are anything 100 years and older.
  • How do I know if something is true vintage?
    This question requires a lot more than a couple sentences to answer, but long story short, dating vintage comes down to style, construction, material, knowledge of labels, and more.
  • How do I care for my vintage garments?
    This is a nuanced subject, but some of the general rules of cleaning vintage include: • Check the tags first. • When in doubt, hand-wash and hang dry. • If you're going to use the washing machine, we advise using the delicates cycle and drying on low heat. • Most polyester or poly-blends can easily be thrown in the washing machine and the dryer with your normal cycles. • Use a gentle detergent, like Woolite. • If you're going to soak items, use cold water to prevent color bleed. • White distilled vinegar works great for removing odors. • Try not to hang knits (sweaters, etc) on a hanger, it can stretch and cause strange indentations. *We are not responsible for any damage ensued with your washing practices. We can only provide recommendations on what works for us, please do your due diligence.
  • Where do you source your items?
    Simple answer...everywhere! Many items are passed down from relatives, as you can read in our story, a lot are special garments from the Philippines. Otherwise, we source at estate sales, yard sales, thrift stores, and online auctions. And of course, donations from family and friends.
  • Do you have more than what's listed online?
    YES! We have a lot of fabulous inventory that has yet to make it online. Many of our items get posted to our social media before the website, so be sure to follow us on Instagram for the latest updates.
  • Can I shop your items in-person?
    Soon! While we do have a great studio space, it's not quite open for appointment or public shopping yet. While this isn't quite yet our full-time gig, hopefully soon we can make that happen. Stay tuned for updates for when this happens, or for news on any flea markets or vendor shows we might do!
  • Why are some pieces of vintage so expensive?
    Oof, this is quite the question. One day we'll create a longer post to provide an in-depth discussion, but for now we'll keep things simple. Here is a quick breakdown: • Vintage items are superior quality, they just don't make them like they used to. There's a reason some of these pieces are still around 50 years later, whereas fast fashion these days is disposable. • Vintage items can be truly one-of-a-kind, no one else will ever have some of these unique pieces we offer. Scarcity drives prices. • As vintage sellers, we invest a lot of time and money into restoring these pieces. Everything from driving across the state to source pieces, purchasing specialty cleaning products, repairing holes and spot treating stains, the list goes on. These are skills that are learned over time and deserve compensation. • Steaming, measuring, researching, modeling, photographing, and listing. This process is an art and takes HOURS. For many vintage sellers, this is a full-time job.
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