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What does condition mean?

Every product we receive is carefully examined to ensure quality, authenticity and condition before we put it up for sale. The following criteria is used to assess the condition of an item:

New

The item is a branded export surplus, deadstock or stock lot piece listed at a discounted price. Tags may or may not be attached.

New With Flaw

The item is a branded export surplus, deadstock or stock lot piece listed at a discounted price. Tags may or may not be attached. The item may have a very minor flaw that includes (but is not limited to) a tiny mark, mended spot, subtle misprint or other such flaws that are almost invisible.

Excellent

The item is thrifted and is sourced from a flea market or closet. It feels like-new in terms of looks and material.

Good

The item is thrifted and is sourced from a flea market or closet. It may have very minor signs of wear that includes (but is not limited to) tiny marks, slight pilling or other such minor flaws that are barely visible. Hence, the item has been listed at a discounted price.

Flawed

The item is thrifted and is sourced from a flea market or closet. It has signs of wear that includes (but is not limited to) marks, pilling, misprints or other such visible flaws. Hence, the item has been listed at a heavily discounted price.

Size & Fit Guide

How We Measure

Thrifted and surplus clothes are often sourced from (or manufactured in) international markets. As a result, they may follow size charts of many different brands and fit standards.

Instead of following a garment's given size tags or labels, we measure each garment individually and then assign it's size as per the standard Indian size chart above.

How to Choose the Correct Size

To choose the correct size for yourself, you need 3 key measurements i.e. of your bust (or chest), waist and hip. Wrap a measuring tape around the fullest (or widest) part of your bust (or chest) and note the reading in inches.

Repeat the same procedure at the thinnest part of your body (at belly button level) to get the waist reading and the widest part of your body (at crotch level) to get the hip reading. Use these measured values to derive your ideal size using the size chart above.