- What is the difference between vintage and retro?
- Why all the measurements? Can’t I just shop by size?
- What condition are these items in?
- How are my items shipped?
- Can you help me track my item?
- What if my item doesn’t fit or if it’s not quite right?
- Can I pick my item up in the Orlando area?
- What if I have vintage stuff I want to sell?
What is the difference between vintage and retro?
When we use the term vintage, this means any item (clothing, vinyl, housewares, etc.) that is 25 years or older. So typically, this would be pieces from the mid 1990s or earlier. If something is 100 years or older, that would be termed an antique. Retro is generally a newer piece (less than 25 years old) that has a vintage feel or style to it. For example, a cute, pinup-style dress from the 1960s would be vintage. A dress made last year from the same pattern or in a similar style would be retro (also called vintage-inspired or simply contemporary).
Why all the measurements? Can’t I just shop by size?
What condition are these items in?
How are my items shipped?
Can you help me track my item?
When your item ships, you should receive an email from Vince Taj with complete tracking information. If your item hasn’t shown up on the intended date, give it an extra day or two. Sometimes the Post Office takes a little longer than hoped. If it’s still missing after a few more days, we can work with you to track it down. Just drop us a line.
What if my item doesn’t fit or if it’s not quite right?
We want to make sure that you love, love, love everything you find at Vince Taj. If you’re not happy with your purchase, please jump over to our Shipping & Returns page for more information.
Can I pick my item up in the Orlando area?
What if I have vintage stuff I want to sell?
We LOVE to buy vintage — anything from the 1990s back to the 1920s. Women’s wear, men’s wear, household items, jewelry and more — we would love to see what you have. Reach out to us today and we’ll be in touch ASAP.