Refunds & Exchanges
MOST sales are considered final. Returns can be reviewed on a case-by-case basis if there is a significant error in the listing only. Time is spent to give accurate measurements on each item, so we can not offer returns for items that do not fit.
We do not offer partial refunds.
Sweet Disorder Vintage also can not accept returns on undergarments, bathing-suits, or items from the 1920's or earlier due to their fragile nature. 
You must notify us within 48 hours of the receipt of the item that you wish to return. We will issue you a Return Authorization number. No return will be processed without this number. Upon receipt of your return the item will be inspected and you will be issued a refund for the price of the item.
Vintage clothing is pre-worn and pre-loved and as a result some pieces may show signs of wear or use. Each item is carefully inspected and any signs of wear are disclosed  in our detailed descriptions. 

If you have any questions about fit, color, or need any additional photos, please don't hesitate to ask questions before you decide to purchase. We want you to be happy with your item!
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✦ SIZING - Vintage clothing sizing does not reflect modern standards. When determining size, make sure you account for enough room to move comfortably. Additionally, vintage clothing is more fragile and should be worn with this in mind. Occasionally there are seam allowances or darts that can be removed, as well as tailors that can alter a vintage item to fit your particular shape.

When determining size we recommend measuring the following:
HIPS: measure around the fullest part of your hips. 
BUST: measure over the fullest part of your bust while wearing a bra.
WAIST: measure around the smallest point of your natural waistline.
SHOULDER TO WAIST: measure from the very top of your shoulder - where the seam would lie, down the front, over the bust, to your waistline.
LENGTH: measure from the top of your shoulder, down the front, and to the point where the hem would be. Inseam measurements for pants would be measured from the inside of the leg at the very top of the groin, down to the hem.