inheritedattire

Stocked with stylish vintage clothes from past eras.

355 Sales

inheritedattire

Stocked with stylish vintage clothes from past eras.

355 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   Inherited is stocked from the wardrobes of stylish gals from the 1910s to the 1980s, and in the threads of these garments are woven the stories of rebel debutantes and world explorers.

http://www.inheritedvintage.com

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Last updated on Jun 22, 2016

Inherited is stocked from the wardrobes of stylish gals from the 1910s to the 1980s, and in the threads of these garments are woven the stories of rebel debutantes and world explorers.

http://www.inheritedvintage.com

Follow me on social media:
INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/shopinherited
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/shopinherited


I also sell home goods. Shop Inherited Home: https://www.etsy.com/shop/inheritedhome

Sabrina Heise

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Sabrina Heise

vintage dusty rose short sleeve top
US$16.00

About

From stylish women of decades past -- to you.

There is more to a vintage dress than its metal zipper and good, strong stitches. Behind every great dress is a story, real or imagined, from the '20s Southern rebel debutante packing her suitcase to run away for a life of adventure to the '60s career gal stocking her closet for her first day of work in a Manhattan high rise.

Inherited strives to find the vintage attire that has a good story woven into its threads, to be passed on to someone with a head full of history and a heart full of romantic ideas.

With clothes from the 1910s to the early 1990s, Inherited offers pieces with one-of-a-kind appeal that are still on (or ahead of) today's trends.

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  • Sabrina Heise

    Owner, Hunter/Gatherer

    A North Carolina gal who loves clothes, shoes, and accessories that have a good story behind them.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 22, 2016
Thank you for visiting Inherited.

Inherited carries the clothes that you wish your mother, grandmother, or aunt had passed down to you: tailored coats and jackets, quirky dresses, and the occasional designer item.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
Inherited currently accepts payments via all major credit cards through Etsy Direct Checkout and PayPal.

Layaway is available on select items. Please message me if you are interested in setting up a payment plan for an order.

North Carolina residents will need to add 7% state sales tax.
Shipping
Inherited ships 1-3 business days after payment and uses USPS Priority/First Class mail for most domestic shipping. USPS First Class International is used for most foreign shipments. Insurance, Express, and other upgrades are available upon request. International customs fees and additional international postage fees may be required by foreign postal services upon arrival of the item. The buyer is responsible for these fees. Inherited is not able to mark items as a "gift" on customs forms.
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds are issued only if the item has been grossly misrepresented in the listing.

Please remember that these are vintage items that have been worn and love and may have some minor wear. All items have been selected because of their good or excellent condition.

Inherited is not responsible for any items lost or damaged after shipment if additional insurance has not been purchased at the buyer's expense.
Additional policies and FAQs
Reserves:
If you would like to reserve an item, please contact me. Keep in mind that by reserving an item you commit to buying that item. A non-refundable deposit may be required for holds.

Layaway:
Layaway is available. Please contact me to set up a payment plan.
All layaway payments are nonrefundable, and if a payment is late layaway may be terminated, or a daily late fee applied.

Measurements:
For best fit, compare measurements given to those of a similarly cut garment you own that fits you well.
1920s items should fit loosely. Plan for at least 2" of wiggle room between your measurements and dress measurements.