Here and There Vintage

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Last updated on May 10, 2022

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We do not accept refunds or exchanges unless there is a significant error in our listing. Please contact us within 5 days of receiving the item in order to be considered for a refund or exchange. Items damaged or lost in the mail need to be taken up with the postal service. We will package items to the best of our ability to prevent them from being damaged or broken in shipment.
We only accept payments through Paypal. Please pay for your items within 48 hours of purchasing. We will contact you if we have not received payment from you within that time. If payment is still not made we will relist the item.
All "made to order" items are shipped within 10 business days. Shipping within the US take 2-3 business days, international shipments take 6-10 business days.
Additional policies and FAQs
QUALITY: All the items we sell are vintage items. Unless stated as "dead stock" the items have been worn, washed and broken in. If the item is marked dead stock it means that an item is truly vintage but never used and often in its original packaging or with its original tags. Dead stock may still show signs of wear due to their age. We try our best to make mention any type of flaw (stain, rip, smell or other problems) that an item may have. We are selective about the products we sell and only list items that meet a certain quality standard and inspect every item we sell. If we do not note in the listing a flaw that an item may have it is often because it does not affect the integrity of the item. In any case if the buyer feels the item is flawed the buyer may refer to out refund policy. Refunds will be left to our discretion.

If you're unsure what your measurements are, please take the time to read the information below and find out.

MEASUREMENTS: Because sizing in vintage clothing and in different brands varies we will measure all items to help to determine the fit. Often we will state the size on the tag if we think that the items fits relevant to the size. If the size varies from the attached size we may mention the size stated on the tag but also state what size it fits like, we will always post measurements to all items. 
We measure all of our garments laying flat. We will note the shoulder measurements, the sleeve length, the bust, the waist, hips, inseam and length of the garment when applicable. The bust, waist and hip measurements need to be doubled. For example if the the bust measurement is marked 15" then the busts true measurement would be 30".
 **Please note that the measurements given are NOT body measurements.** They are garment measurements and should be slightly bigger than your body measurements. The extra space or "ease" is important for you to move around normally and wear a garment comfortably.

 It is very important for you to know your measurements before buying one of our items so you can determine the correct fit. If you know your body measurements then you're off to a great start. You want the garment measurement to be at least 2" larger than your body measurement to ensure that it is the correct size. if you do not know your body measurements then the easiest way to determine the garment will fit is to find a similar garment in your closet that fits well. Lay it flat, then measure and compare it's measurements to ours. If they are similar, than our garment will probably fit you properly. As always if you have questions regarding fit we are here to help.

: SHOULDERS: The shoulders are measured straight across the garment, laying flat, from one shoulder seam to the other. If there are no shoulder seams then the shoulders will be measured straight across and given as an approximate.

SLEEVE LENGTH: The sleeves are measured from one shoulder seam straight down the arms length to the cuff. If there is no shoulder seam then the sleeve length will be measured from under the arm down to the cuff. We may include both of these measurements to guarantee a good fit.

BUST/CHEST: The bust is measured from one underarm to the other, laying flat, and then doubled.

WAIST: The waist is measured straight across from one waist seam to the other and then doubled. Garments with elastic waistlines will have 2 measurements listed. One with the elastic unstretched and one with the elastic stretched to it's maximum.

HIPS: The hips are measured approximately 7" below the waistline and then doubled. For garments that have full hips, such as skirted dresses, we will note that by writing OPEN in the hips measurement place.

INSEAM: The inseam is measured (for pants and shorts) from the top of the crotch down the the hem.

LENGTH: The length is measured (for dresses, coats and blouses) from the very top seam by the shoulders down to the hem, not including collars if there is one. Pants, skirts and shorts are measured from the top down to the bottom hem.

SHOE & BOOT MEASUREMENTS: Vintage shoes vary in size even when marked. They usually run about a size, sometimes even 2 sizes smaller than today's standard shoe sizes. We provide several accurate measurements to determine the size of our footwear.

INSIDE LENGTH: The inside length is measured from the toe to heel on the inside sole of the shoe. (the shoes shape can make measuring the inside length vary), for example a pointy toes shoe will result in a longer inside length whereas a rounded toe shoe will be shorter. Be sure to compare measurements with a similar toed shoe in your closet that fits well to determine the size.

INSTEP WIDTH: The instep width is measured straight across the widest part of the bottom of the shoe. If the sole of the shoe is wider than the actual instep width, which is the case with some boots, then we will measure the width where the actual instep width starts.

HEEL HEIGHT: The heel height is measured from the top of the heel to the end of the heel.

BOOT HEIGHT: The boot height is usually noted for boots only and is measured from the very top of the boot down to the bottom of the heel.

BOOT CIRCUMFERENCE: The circumference is measured only on boots and is measured straight across the top or opening and then doubled.

If you have any further questions regarding size and measurements, please contact us.

Most of our items are cleaned and treated in house. For dryclean only garments, we recommed getting them professionally cleaned as we do not usually provide this service.

 We have done our best to display as accurately possible the colors of the products. However, because the colors you see will vary depending on your monitor, we cannot guarantee that your monitor's display of any color will be completely accurate. Often we will try to match colors of our items to corresponding Crayola crayon colors, which can be found at this link: or in a box of your own Crayolas.