✩ Items ship daily. Depending on which shipping option that you select, delivery times will vary.
✩ DOMESTIC ORDERS are shipped via your choice: USPS first class, Priority Mail + Priority Mail Flat Rate.
✩ INTERNATIONAL ORDERS are shipped via USPS first class mail, Priority Mail + Priority Mail Flat Rate with delivery confirmation (for size med box or larger). Please allow 3-6 weeks for delivery for USPS first class mail. Please note, international buyers are responsible for VAT, import fees and taxes imposed by your country.
✩ Revival Vintage Boutique is NOT responsible for lost packages. If you would like to add insurance to the shipping of your item, please send us a message prior to making your payment and your shipping cost will be changed to reflect the cost of the insurance.
✩ If you need expedited shipping, it is available for an additional charge. Please message us prior to making payment and we will adjust the shipping cost.
✩ Layaway is available for select items. - Message us immediately to request payment arrangements. - Deposits & payments will not be refunded if full payment is not made on the item in the agreed time period.
Returns & exchanges
✩ SELECT CAREFULLY AS ALL SALES ARE CONSIDERED FINAL ✩
✩ At Revival Vintage Boutique we strive to provide accurate descriptions of all items after careful inspection, ensuring the admission of any visible faults. Refunds will only be granted as a result of arrant misinterpretation or in the rare case where a major fault may have been overlooked.
✩ Because great care is taken to provide accurate measurements on each garment, returns due to poor fit are not accepted. It is the customers’ sole responsibility to check our descriptions and measurements accurately prior to checkout as all sales are final.
✩ Returns are subject to a 15% restocking fee. Items from the 1920's and earlier are non-returnable due to their fragile nature.
✩ All postage costs are non-refundable.
✩ VINTAGE SIZING ✩ Vintage clothing fits differently than modern clothing, which is cut loosely to fit a wide variety of body shapes. Vintage clothing is cut much closer to the body than you may be used to. For this reason, it is important that you allow enough wearing ease to move comfortably while wearing your vintage garment. Vintage garments should always be worn with care and consideration of their age.
Vintage garments were often tailored to fit an individual woman and evidence of seams and darts being taken in or out is not uncommon. For this reason, it is often possible to have a vintage garment altered to fit you if your measurements are off by just a bit. I am happy to answer any questions about available seam allowances, darts, and hem allowances before you purchase.
Because vintage sizing varies so drastically from decade to decade and brand to brand, we recommend using measurements rather than marked or estimated sizes.
The best way to ensure a vintage garment will fit you is by measuring something you already own that fits you well and compare the measurements to those we have listed or by using your known body measurements.
✩ HOW WE MEASURE ✩ GARMENT MEASUREMENTS All measurements are taken with the garment laying flat in inches.
✩ BUST: Armpit to armpit with the garment laying flat and then doubled. ✩ WAIST: The smallest point at the waistline with the garment laying flat and then doubled. For low rise or drop waists we measure 1-2” below the natural waist. For empire waists, measurements are taken 1-2” above the natural waist. ✩ HIPS: The fullest part of the hips with the garment laying flat and then doubled. ✩ SLEEVE LENGTH: The seam at the shoulder to the bottom of the sleeve. ✩ SHOULDERS: The seam at one shoulder to the seam on the other shoulder. ✩ INSEAM: On the inside of the leg, length of the crotch seam to the ankle hem. ✩ RISE: The crotch seam to the natural waist. ✩ TOTAL LENGTH: The highest point on the shoulder to the very longest point on the garment.
YOUR MEASUREMENTS Use a dressmaker’s tape measure, which you can get at your local fabric store. Measure yourself over the undergarments you plan to wear & not over your clothing.
✩ BUST: Measure over the fullest part of your bust while wearing a bra. ✩ UNDER BUST: Measure around the fullest part of your ribcage, about midway between your bust and waist. ✩ WAIST: Measure around the smallest point of your waist where it naturally curves in. ✩ HIP: Measure around the fullest part of your hips. This is usually about 8"-9" below your waist. ✩ SHOULDER TO WAIST: Measure from the top of your shoulder, where a normal shoulder seam would lie, down the front, following the curve of your bust. ✩ LENGTH: Measure from the top of your shoulder, where a normal shoulder seam would lie, down the front, to the point you want the garment to end at the hem.
✩ HOW WE DEFINE CONDITION ✩ EXCELLENT: An item shows only the slightest signs of wear. GOOD: Item displays the typical signs of wear due to occasional use. FAIR: Item is considered wearable, but has some surface flaws (staining or soiling for ex) POOR: Item cannot be returned to excellent condition even if repairs are made.