sweetnsourvintage

Sweet and Sour Vintage

Westwood, New Jersey 283 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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sweetnsourvintage

Sweet and Sour Vintage

Westwood, New Jersey | 283 Sales

Natalie G.

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    Announcement    Sweet & Sour Vintage is genuine vintage and handmade clothing. Looking for your size or items from a specific time period that are vintage or ready to ship handmade? Browse within the shop in the search bar below with terms like petite, xs, small, medium, large, xl, plus size or 60s, 70s, etc.

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    Last updated on May 31, 2017

    Sweet & Sour Vintage is genuine vintage and handmade clothing. Looking for your size or items from a specific time period that are vintage or ready to ship handmade? Browse within the shop in the search bar below with terms like petite, xs, small, medium, large, xl, plus size or 60s, 70s, etc.

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    About sweetnsourvintage

    Sales 283
    On Etsy since 2010

    Sweet & Sour's Story

    Why did I start this little shop? I've loved vintage since I was younger for various reasons. I like the emphasis on classic style and smart dressing, the quality of most of the materials used back in the day and the unique flair it adds to modern closets (in addition to the fact that shopping vintage is in line with my own ideas of sustainability).

    Want to read more about the background of this shop or me? Check out this interview: http://lalafauxbois.com/uncategorized/sweet-and-sour-vintage/

    Shop members

    • Kathi

      Maker, Alterations, Sewing

    • Natalie

      Owner, Curator, Designer

    Shop policies

    Last updated on April 27, 2016
    Welcome to Sweet & Sour Vintage! Hope you like browsing as much as I enjoyed finding and making these items. If you have any questions about my policies, please send a message before purchasing.

    Accepted payment methods

    Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
    Returns and exchanges
    Returns or exchanges are accepted if you get in touch with me within a reasonable amount of time (a few days days max from the time of delivery according to your package's tracking).
    Payment
    Currently accepting all online forms of payment. Payment is expected immediately, but I do reserve items for up to 3-4 days or possibly longer, depending on the situation.
    Shipping
    Currently shipping to the U.S. as well as internationally. USPS Priority Mail with tracking always when shipping in the U.S. First Class Mail sent internationally in an effort to keep shipping costs low. If item is over a certain larger amount, I usually ship Priority Mail and will notify you if so. I am not responsible for lost packages sent through international First Class Mail. If an item is being sent First Class, but you would like to add insurance/tracking, please message me beforehand. Buyer is always responsible for appropriate customs, taxes and duty fees that apply in their country as well.

    Items will always be shipped out within 3 (at the latest) business days after payment is made. You will receive an Etsy message from me indicating when I shipped the item and what your USPS tracking or customs # is.

    If there is a large difference between what you paid for shipping and what the shipping costs were (including packaging supplies), I will refund whatever it is and try my very best to package everything carefully.
    Additional policies and FAQs
    If you're looking for a specific vintage or handmade item, feel free to be in touch and I'll try to find or make it for you.

    *Please look at ALL pictures, descriptors, policies and measurements before purchasing any of these gently loved items. Vintage pieces are all unique. I try my absolute best to mention all damages if there are any.

    ** Here's a few quick tips on how to take your measurements. Many vintage items either don't have a size at all or the ones that do don't usually correlate to modern day sizes (for example, a size 10/12 in the '50s/60s is more like a 6/8 nowadays), so I choose not to even mention the marked size of most pieces and instead list measurements. It's always best when shopping for vintage online to take your own measurements and compare them to the garment's measurements. If you need help with how to take your measurements, please message me.