Incorrect Sizes: If you find you have ordered an incorrect size, just contact me within 14 days of receiving your order and we’ll exchange it. Easy peasy. Only unworn, unwashed garments are exchangeable.
Unless specified in the listing, we keep a good stock on hand so most items ship within 12-24 hours. If you need your order by a certain date, please use the contact form, or email email@example.com and we’ll do our best to accommodate you. Once your order ships you’ll receive a tracking number in your email.
We try to check each garment before it ships, but occasionally there can be flaws in the printing or the garments themselves that we miss. Other times, we just plain mess up and ship the wrong color or size. If you find a problem, please use the contact form or email firstname.lastname@example.org about a getting a replacement and we’ll take care of it right away! We want you to LOVE your purchase!
The best way to determine your size is to measure a shirt you already own and love, then compare them to my size charts here: SIZE CHARTS
No, you’re all set. All orders over $50 will be shipped via USPS Priority shipping from eastern Nebraska. Most Midwestern states are 2-days transit, coastal states, Alaska, and Hawaii are 3-days transit. Most items are kept in stock and will ship within 24 hours, unless noted in the item description.
Sometimes! We occasionally run “double-dip” sale coupons where you can use more than one code. To get the best discounts, be sure to join the VIP club.
Coupons are not eligible on wholesale orders.
Turn shirt inside out and wash on delicate or gentle cycle in cold water. Hang to dry or use the lowest heat setting possible. Do not use liquid fabric softener or bleach of any kind.
NOTE: Designs with heavy ink coverage will soften and crack over time, lending to the vintage look and feel. We meant for that to happen.
Why does it happen? Our designs are printed with a screen printed ink process in which the ink basically sits on the surface of the material. The ink is not embedded into the material or coloring the material itself. As garments are worn and stretched, the ink will begin to crack slightly on the surface.
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