FeelingVagueVintage

//FEELING VAGUE // VINTAGE

California, United States · 3062 Sales

FeelingVagueVintage

//FEELING VAGUE // VINTAGE

California, United States 3062 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(955)
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Babs L

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90's // RAVE // BURNING MAN // FESTIVALS // CLUB KID // CYBER // LUICHINY // KITSCH // GOTH // FESTIVAL WEAR ~ RARE VINTAGE PLATFORMS!

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Last updated on Aug 18, 2016

AWAY FOR BURNING MAN WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SHIP UNTIL SEPT 10TH

90's // RAVE // BURNING MAN // FESTIVALS // CLUB KID // CYBER // LUICHINY // KITSCH // GOTH // FESTIVAL WEAR ~ RARE VINTAGE PLATFORMS!

Follow me for SECRET sales and instant updates:
INSTAGRAM: FEELINGVAGUEVINTAGE
FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/FEELINGVAGUEVINTAGE
TUMBLR: FeelingVaguevintage.tumblr.com
TWITTER: Twitter.com/FeelingVague
PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/ feelingvaguevintage

‬I ship Worldwide! Always open to offers!

Babs L

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Babs L

90's Flame Print Cotton Booty Shorts // S - L
US$26.00
60's Pink Checker Print Sunglasses
US$46.00
90s Clear Pink Gingham PVC Mini Backpack
US$32.00
90's Lemon Lime Fruit Print Mini Skirt // M
US$36.00
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Feeling Vague Vintage

Installation artist and fashion lover; the body is a canvas, clothing and material are concept.
Art degree, I love pattern, design, materials, color.
Feeling Vague Vintage was conceived under a full moon at Burning Man :-D

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    Owner, Photographer, Stylist, Buyer

    Fashion should be exiting, beautiful, dangerous, feminine and fun! I have a degree in art but I love vintage fashion and recycling clothing. Thanks for visiting my shop!

Shop policies

Last updated on July 6, 2015
Feeling Vague Vintage is located in Northern California. We strive to make our customers happy but please read the policies before purchasing an item.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
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  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
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  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Item will not be shipped until Payment is made. All sales are final.
Shipping
PLEASE HAVE YOUR CORRECT ADDRESS WITH YOUR ACCOUNT BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.

USA BUYERS: Feeling Vague Vintage ships items within 3 business days or sooner upon payment received. If you have any special needs please let me know prior to purchasing so that proper changes may be made to pricing as well as making sure an item can get to you on time!

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS:
If you need insurance on your package please request prior to purchasing so additional shipping may be added on to the order. Be aware sometimes if your purchase is over a certain amount you may be charged import tax upon arrival of your package. Please check with your local post office with any inquiries.
Refunds and Exchanges
No refunds, unless item is grossly misrepresented and the item is shipped back in the condition in which it arrived. Store credit will be an option in some cases in which you may use the value of your item in exchange for another in the store.
Additional policies and FAQs
I cannot be held responsible if you damage the item after receiving it. Vintage items are meant to be worn with care as they are older and may be more frail etc.... I do my best to describe shop items as accurately as possible and it is up to your discretion on how the item should be cared for upon receiving it.

FOOTWEAR:
Shoes especially vintage rubber should be worn with care, unless they are DR. Martens, which hold up forever. Do not hike or walk long distances on uneven ground. Shoes are best used for going out to an event and photography but probably not the best choice for every day footwear. I am not a Walmart or Department store that deals with brand new items in mass quantities so returns after wearing/using your items is not do-able for me in my store at the volume at which I handle inventory.
Rubber, foam and glue after 20 years might be fragile and could potentially disintegrate. It can appear to be in great shape and sturdy but can be unpredictable how certain materials will hold up over time which is why I can not guarantee them or take returns.
It depends on the type of rubber/foam materials used for the platform/soles in which I do not know the quality and chemical make up of. Some vintage foam/rubber blends do not hold up so great, although rubber does tend to be more sturdy! This is my preference and recommendation for vintage footwear and it is to your discretion depending on age and condition of your purchased footwear on how you would like to wear/care for them. I describe my items as accurately as possible but please be advised I cannot guarantee the longevity of your purchased item(s).

What's great about vintage shoes is that they are very rare, unique and of a different quality than shoes made today! A lot of my shoes are made in Spain or Italy and although they are of high quality the materials some might not withstand for their age. Some may hold up super well but its hard for me to tell every aspect of what and how the shoes were made. I am more than happy to answer any questions prior to purchase. Shoes from Feeling Vague Vintage are probably best for collectors items and photoshoots as they are very unique and rare!

I use a basic US shoe size chart to give you the most accurate shoe sizing:
Here is the link for reference:
http://shoes.about.com/od/fitcomfort/a/wshoeconversion.htm

CLOTHING: Its recommended that you hand wash your vintage pieces in cold water or a VERY gentle cycle in the washing machine and hang to dry or tumble dry very very low or read your care tag instructions..... with proper care your garment can be enjoyed for many years to come!