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Neo Retro Boutique brings the best of hard to find designer vintage and current on trend clothing, shoes and accessories for men and women :Gucci,Fendi,Armani,Prada,Hugo Boss,Miu Miu,Jil Sander,Chanel, Versace, Burberry, Biasi, Tod's, Ferragamo,Bally,Alden, Crocket & Jones, Zegna,Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic, Hickey Freeman, Pierre Cardin, L.A.M.B., Diesel, Eclectic mix from hippie boheme to conservative business attire, vintage work wear and horsehide jackets, great gabardine jackets from the 1940's and 1950's, exotic skins, alligator shoes and purses its all here. We have something for everyone.

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Know Your Vintage Clothing Condition Because vintage clothing is not new, it’s important that you properly understand the condition of a garment. Some sellers rely on a naming system that will help you assess what you can expect when you buy vintage clothing and accessories on eBay. Here’s a listing of terms from the Fashion-Era Web site.
Mint: An item is as perfect and pristine as when it was originally made and shows no sign of wear (mint condition is rare for vintage clothing).
Near mint: An item shows only the slightest signs of wear.
Excellent: An item shows typical signs of wear due to occasional use.
Very good: An item is considered wearable but has some surface flaws (staining or soiling, for example).
Good: An item is wearable but cannot be returned to excellent condition even if repairs are made.
Of course, the older a piece of clothing is, the more likely it will display indications of its age. Signs of wear should be expected. Although condition ranks as a main buying consideration for vintage clothing, it’s not as crucial for older items.
Don't buy something that you consider inferior just because it has a well known brand name. Ask the seller to specify any damage or irregularities a garment may have. And don’t rely solely on a condition term if you are unsure of the quality of a garment.
As for size, it’s always a good idea to buy a little big. If a piece of vintage clothing is particularly old, it might not withstand stretching. What’s more, don’t rely on modern sizing. Because vintage clothing is from past eras, sizes will vary from decade to decade and from manufacturer to manufacturer.

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