Vintage clothing is from a time before our own, embodying the style and character from another era. At Afrobeatnik we believe all of our items have stood the test of time, through demonstrated durability, timelessness and uniqueness.

Vintage clothing is pre-loved and second hand and while all Afrobeatnik vintage garments and accessories are sourced with only the highest standard of quality in mind, slight signs of wear and tear are to be expected. We endeavor to provide clear, detailed and accurate descriptions disclosing all visible marks and faults that may affect the overall look and wearability of our items. In the rare circumstance where a flaw has been overlooked and not stated, please follow the refund and returns instructions listed here.  

FAQ

Q: HOW DO YOU SIZE VINTAGE CLOTHING?

A: To compensate for the significant variation in sizing between vintage clothing and modern day garments, as well as lack of a universally accepted sizing system, we have interpreted all sizing guides into a standardized XS, S, M, L and XL system, which you can view here. These sizes are recommended sizes and are to be used as a guide only. 

Q: WHERE DO YOU SOURCE YOUR VINTAGE?

A: Afrobeatnik and our team of pickers scour the Pacific Northwest looking for the best vintage ever and rely mostly on our keen knowledge and "eye" for style, design and quality. We take great pride in offering our customers the unique and stylish vintage garments. We work with consignors and buy directly from estates on a regular basis, as well. Sourcing vintage is one of our favorite parts of running this shop. It's a never ending shopping spree.

Q: ARE YOU ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENT SUBMISSIONS?

A: Yes. We are always happy to meet with consignors. To send a submission, contact info@afrobeatnikshop.com.

Q: ARE ALL HANDMADE ITEMS UPCYCLED FROM VINTAGE CLOTHING?

A: All of our handmade items are made with recycled materials. Vintage is the origin of most of the fabrics we use for upcycling but not all. Handmade items all have descriptions detailing the origin of the source fabric. 

If you still have a question, feel free to contact us: info@afrobeatnikshop.com