FAQ - Unworn Vintage

Q.Where did these items come from?

A.We have been keeping these beautiful pieces in storage for decades. Very little items may show signs of years in storage, this will be noted in the description.

Q. Are the items clean?

A. The majority of the items we sell are brand new, with tags or packaging and have never been washed to keep in it original state.Very few items have been dry cleaned, but they will state the dry cleaning on the listing if applicable

Q. How do i know it will fit?

A. Sizes in clothing have changed over the years and so we state the vintage size of the item and the modern size and we give multiple measurements for each item of clothing to make sure you can be rest assured the item will fit. Please do not purchase an item based on the vintage size alone, make sure to measure yourself. Refer to the graphs below to show the difference in sizes throughout the decades and please make sure you use an accurate tape measure when measuring your body.

Q. Do I need an account to place an order?

You don’t need to make an account to place an order you can continue as a guest. Although, making your account can help you if you have any problems and can give you a streamlined experience.

Q. What if something arrives different to what i ordered?

A. We try our best to properly depict the colours represented in the clothing. Although different screens can look like they are depicting different colours depending on contrast, brightness, screen covers etc. Please contact us if you have a problem with colours etc.

2020's

Belfast Telegraph -
"Treasure trove of vintage designer fashion being sold after rescue from Belfast warehouse"

The Gloss -
Hidden Gems : This New Irish Website Stocks Incredible Designer Vintage With The Tags Still On"

2010's

Sunday Life -
"The Belfast style queen still on trend"

Belfast Telegraph -
"Hollywood gowns for girls about town"

Daily Mirror -
"Fashion Queen Iris.. Calls for £299 swamp Ulster Boutique"

Belfast Telegraph -
"Iris Meets the Queen"

Ulster Tatler -
Front Cover

Ulster Tatler -
Front Cover

2000's

NI Newsletter -
"On track for a sex and the city look..."

Belfast Telegraph -
"Lookalike Oscars fashion in Belfast"

Sunday Life -
"Basque-ing in Glamour"

Belfast Telegraph -
"Traffic-stopper Sian On Red Alert"

1990's

Belfast Newsletter -
"Cruising with Jane McDonald"

Belfast Telegraph -
"Beautiful farewell for top fashion boutique"

Sunday Life -
"Lovely Louisa dressed to thrill"

Life Times -
"Gowns to Di for. Win a dress fit for a princess!"

1980's

Belfast Telegraph -
"Suit that is Taylor made for the rich"

Belfast Newsletter -
"Glittering Occasion"

"Spring Fever"

Accent Magazine -
Front Cover

1970's

Belfast Newsletter -
"It looks better on a girl"

Ulster Woman -
"Dr Zhivago here I come!"

Sunday News -
"No "work" problem for Pat"

Daily Mirror -
"Crochet for days"

Ulster Woman -
"Variations on the maxi theme"

Sunday News -
"What goes over the bikini"

1960's

Ulster Woman -
"You can be the centre of attention in this white crepe party dress by Fab Girl available at La Babalu Boutique"

Woman's World -
"Smart Model In A Smart Rig"

Belfast Newsletter -
"Model Soldiers?"

Ulster Woman -
"Ulster Woman Fashion Flash"

Belfast Telegraph -
"The Hot Pants Warm Up"

Belfast Newsletter -
"Back To Bonnie"