Size Guide

Shopping for vintage is hard! Let me help!
  1. Every item has three measurements - top or shoulder to bottom, pit to pit, and the center of the collar/tag to the end of one sleeve. These are available so you can compare each item to your clothes at home.
  2. Because the items are mostly from the 80s & early 90s, they were cut differently and the jackets are meant to hit at the belt line of your pants. You can either choose to size up, or wear a longer tshirt underneath. It's part of the style and will feel normal as soon as you wear it for a day! 
  3. The size listed in the description is how the item FITS (not what it's tagged as). My "Fit Guide" is how a higher end / slim fit sweatshirt would fit. In the mid-late 90s, size large sweatshirts fit closer to a general XL or larger. But today's sweatshirts are more slim-line. I am basing my measurements off of a slim fit!
  4. Since all the items have been around for 30-40 years, they have been washed A LOT OF TIMES! Meaning a big washing machine shrinkage is unlikely. You can assume each piece will hold it's shape after purchase (but always use cold water if you're concerned!)
  5. Still don't know how something will fit? If you have concerns, I will do my best to find a friend who is closer to your height, weight, gender, etc to try on each item! I've had my 6'8 friend try on jackets for some NBA players, and my 4'11 friend try on items for children. 
  6. I'm here for you! Don't hesitate to reach out via the chat option, instagram message, email (, or text message (914-450-8352)!!!

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