minnievintage's Shop Policies
My name is Anna and I run Minnie Vintage. I am a charity (thrift) shop obsessive. Most of my spare time is taken up by travelling to my favourite second hand haunts all around England. I get such a buzz of excitement when I'm sifting through the rails and find a vintage gem!
I originally started selling vintage clothing on eBay but wanted to branch out and open my very own Etsy shop. I love the Etsy aesthetic and hope to create a little space of my own full of cute vintage dresses and cool retro homewares.
Please take a look around!
We love payment by Paypal, Postal Order and Personal cheque.
If paying by personal cheque, contact us for details. Items will be dispatched upon the cheque clearing.
Items are sent via Royal Mail in the UK. International postage is calculated by weight and goods will be sent by Airmail.
There is a possibility that you may incur customs charges at your end and this is entirely the buyer's responsibility.
Refunds and Exchanges
As per Distance Selling Regulations, UK buyers may return unsatisfactory items within 7 days of receipt. Please let us know, preferably by Etsy conversation or email, if you are intending to do this. Returns must be sent securely and refunds will be given once the item has been received and checked over thoroughly. Only the original item cost will be refunded not any return postage cost incurred.
We're afraid we can't offer International returns, unless the item has been significantly misrepresented.
Additional Policies and FAQs
The clothing we sell will be at least 25 years old so expect some natural wear and flaws - it is rare to come across anything in mint condition.
We check all items very carefully and do our utmost to note any flaws or damage - we won't sell anything we wouldn't be happy to wear ourselves.
Colour representation may differ depending on the monitor you use, it's difficult to get an accurate representation of a true colour so please feel free to ask if you're unsure.
Vintage clothing sizes can be very different from today's sizes so we've provided detailed measurements for each item. If you are unsure about the fit of an item, the easiest way to tell how it will size up is to compare the measurements to those of an item of clothing you own that fits you well.
Measurements are taken from the outside of the item, with the garment laid flat, and then doubled.
minnievintage [!at] yahoo.com
Last Updated May 17, 2013