Frock and Frolic

Portland, Oregon · 317 Sales


Frock and Frolic

Portland, Oregon 317 Sales On Etsy since 2009

4.5 out of 5 stars

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Announcement   Pretty vintage things, specializing in 1940s-1960s vintage clothing.


Pretty vintage things, specializing in 1940s-1960s vintage clothing.


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1950s Folk stripe Print Peasant Dress S
1950s Novelty Print 'Hats Off' Full Skirt
60s Jackie O Pink Wool Bolero Cropped Jacket
Gorgeous 1960s Coral Wiggle Dress
1970s Damask Stripe Semi- Sheer Secretary Blouse
Rosebud Cozy Vintage Wool Cardigan Sweater
Gorgeous 60s Black Braided Grecian Wiggle Dress
Autumn Rose Print Full Skirt Cotton Dress S
Pretty Mod Navy & Beige Wool Shift Dress S
Abstract Mid Century Inspired Print Sundress
60s Mod Harlequin Mini Shift Dress
Mid-century Abstract Print Dress Small
50s Style Southwestern Print Tiered Full Skirt
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Shop policies

Last updated on May 24, 2015
Welcome & thank you for shopping!
I have been an online presence selling vintage garments since 2000. I try to carry authentic vintage that captures the classic fit and style of a bygone era. Each piece carries a signature classic look that can be styled with the current trends or designer pieces. I am always on the search for quality or unique vintage pieces from the 1940s-1960s, and garments that may be newer-vintage (1970s-1980s) that compliment older vintage, or current trends and styles.
I take great pride in selling items that are one-of-a-kind, unique garments. Vintage clothing carries sophistication and class which results in the wearer having a timeless look & style.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
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  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
I am always willing to consider offers on garments so if you would like to suggest a price, please send me a message.

I am more than happy to place items on 'reserve' for a maximum of 7 days. If the item has not been purchased and paid for by this time, the reserve will be lifted.
I ship all orders once a week, typically Monday or Tuesday. However, if you need an order rushed sooner than that just let me know and I am happy to have it in the mail the following morning.

Items can be shipped domestically USPS Priority mail or First Class, depending on weight, and include tracking confirmation. Most US shipments via USPS Priority Mail Service take 2-3 days.

International packages are shipped first class as this is most cost effective.
If you wish for faster international service, I can ship Priority. Please send me a message for International Priority prices. I have had hundreds of successful international transactions and greatly value all my international customers.

If you need an item expedited, please let me know and I will be happy to honor your request and/or arrange for expedited/overnight shipping (for an additional cost).
Refunds and Exchanges
I value all customers and strive for complete satisfaction.
If you are unhappy for any reason, please contact me so we can work out an agreement where we are both happy.
If you wish to return an item, please contact me. I typically will accept returns (within a reasonable amount of time, usually 14 days from delivery) and will issue a refund for the price of the item only (i.e. no refund will be given for the cost of shipping and/or return shipping).
Additional policies and FAQs
My goal is to provide complete, accurate details and precise measurements for every garment, which helps my customers feel confident in what they are buying:

*FIT: One of the biggest concerns for buyers of vintage clothing is size and fit. I always aim to give the most accurate measurements and am happy to provide any additional measurements you might need. (Here is a great guide on how to take your own measurements: http://www.burdastyle.com/techniques/how-to-measure-yourself)

*CONDITION: I always include a complete list of any flaws, rips, odors, stains, etc. for each garment. Even if such flaws are hardly noticeable and do not affect the overall appearance or fit, I believe a customer should know all the details. I am always careful in my descriptions and in letting a customer know the full condition of the garment. Most of my customers report that the items they receive are "better than expected".

Here is the condition guide I typically follow:
Pristine: An item is as perfect and pristine as when it was originally made and shows no sign of wear (mint condition is rare for vintage clothing). May be 'deadstock' (never worn).
Excellent: An item shows only the slightest signs of wear.
Very Good: An item shows typical signs of wear due to occasional use.
Good: An item is considered wearable but has some surface flaws (staining or soiling, for example).
Fair: An item is wearable but cannot be returned to excellent condition even if repairs are made.