Tuesday, June 18, 2013
How to Buy Vintage Fashions
Repairs can easily increase the ticket price. If you're ordering online, familiarize yourself with terms like "mint," which means the clothing is in its original state with tags still on. Returning an item that you bought online can be a hassle. Familiarize yourself with the vendor's return policies before you buy, and take note of the measurements given in garments that interest you. Web sites should provide length, bust, waist, hips, sleeve and inseam lengths, and shoulder width. Finally, consider how well the item meshes with your style and current closet contents. If you won't wear it very often, then a vintage garment may not be worth the investment.