How long does shipping take?
Right now, orders can take 1-4 days of handling time. Then, 2-5 days for First Class mail, or 2-3 days for Priority, depending on what is available for you at checkout. There may be postal delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Please note, I only am shipping within the US at this time. I am not mailing Express at this time.
Can I come to the store?
The brick-and-mortar store in downtown Beaverton is now open every day, 11-5. During the COVID-19 pandemic masks are required, and there is a limit to how many groups I can have in the store at once.
How does sizing work?
Since I carry many different brands and decades of clothing, the sizing on the tag is hard to rely on. For all clothes, I add flat measurements to the descriptions. You can compare these measurements to a piece of clothing that you already have, so you can be confident that it will fit!
What is your return policy?
If you buy directly from my website or from the brick-and-mortar store, you may return your purchase on the following conditions:
~ It has been 14 days or less since your purchase
~ The item is clean, and in the condition it came in
~ If it is a consumable product like a candle, soap, or cosmetic, it is still wrapped and unused
~ I will need a receipt or order number to accept your return
If there was an issue with the item, I can pay return shipping.
If there was no issue but you are returning for other reasons, the buyer will need to pay for return shipping.
Where do you source your product?
I get some things from garage and estate sales, thrift shops, friends' closets, and online. There's no secret way to find what I find, it's really just about being out there every day foraging!
Is everything vintage?
Not everything. While most of the clothes I sell are vintage, not all of the clothes are, and only a few of the accessories are.. I mix in some new stuff as well, to have a good selection that fits the Forager "style". As well as have some goods at lower prices.
If you are looking for vintage only, I do mark vintage things both online and on the hangtags, so they're easier to distinguish.