Every piece on Untitled 1991 gets carefully curated, assessed and authenticated. Kindly carefully view the photos and read the description of the piece. Here we do our best to disclose any flaws that might be associated with each garment, accessory or interior item.
Remember that all items we sell were preloved and may show signs of minor wear, and to true vintage lovers they are all the better for it.
Virtually unused, refers to vintage that has never been used, usually with original tags still attached.
Expected signs of use, with consideration of the age, but hardly any visible signs of use.
We continue to consider a clothing item in Excellent condition even if it has been altered and/or has missing/damaged internal tags or lining.
Shows normal signs of use expected for age with some minor visible problems but will not detract from use.
A clothing item in Very Good condition could show some light pulls on the fabric or small marks. Small modifications or reparations could have been made to the piece (including replacing original buttons).
Item has an obvious condition, but overall intact. Could use mending and/or cleaning.
A clothing item in Good condition could show possible tears or marks on the fabric including around collar and/or arms, pulled threads and/or fading or balling on fabric. Original buttons or removable accessories could be missing.
This guide refers to our clothing, shoes and accessories only. We do not have a measurement guide for our interior pieces as we think the measurements are self-explanatory.
We hand measure every garment and accessory so that you can ensure the perfect fit.
Please bear in mind that sizing labels on vintage garments and standardised measurements of clothing have changed over the decades and also vary between countries. Also keep in mind that garments with spandex may be smaller than body measurements, however the stretch in the fabric will provide ease and room for movement.
We have included visual illustrations of how we measure our garments and advise that you measure yourself the same way (in cm).
If possible, it is also helpful to measure a similar garment you know fits well to compare proportions.
Size Guide For Garments
The following size chart is designed to be a fair representation of clothing sizes. However, we advise that you use them as anapproximate guidelineand compare your individual measurements to those stated on each item’s product pagebeforepurchase.
The size chart also gives a conversion of the following international sizes:
DE (also used in Austria, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway)
FR (also used in Belgium, Spain and Portugal)
IT (also used in Japan)
UK (also used in Australia and New Zealand)
US (also used in Canada)
Certain garments are designed to have a more oversized fit, so the measurements may not correspond exactly to the size guidelines. That's why a suggested fit is indicated in the product description, under "SIZE & FIT".
36 / 0
38 / 1
42 / I
40 / 2
44 / II
42 / 3
46 / III
44 / 4
48 / IV
50 / V
Size Guide For Shoes
The following size chart is designed to be an approximate representation of shoe sizes. Please note that length may differ from brand to brand.
Please note: All our garments are measured flat
A. Chest: Measurement from underarm to underarm, then doubled for correct sizing. You can measure this by wrapping the tape around the fullest part of your chest.
B. Length: Measurement from the middle of the collar, pulled down vertically to the bottom of the top.
When measuring tops and dresses with straps, the measurement is taken from the top of the strap. pulled down vertically to the bottom edge of the top/dress.
C. Sleeve: Measurement from the shoulder to the cuff.
D. Shoulders: Measurement from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.
E. Waist: Measurement is taken from the narrowest part of the waist, then doubled for correct sizing.
F. Hips: Measurement is taken below the waist of the hip, then doubled for correct sizing.
G. Thighs: Measurement is taken 5cm from the crotch across to the outside of the leg, then doubled for correct sizing.
H. Inseam: Measurement from the top of the inside leg at the crotch to the lowest point of the hemline.
++ Rise is measured too. Please note that we refer to the front rise when we mention "rise", not back rise.
I. Length of body: Measurement of the bag from side seam to side seam at widest point.
J. Height from top to bottom of purse: Measurement from the base to the highest point of the bag, including strap.
K. Height from top of handle to bottom of purse: Measurement from the base to the highest point of the bag, excluding strap.
L. Depth: Measurement from the base of the bag from front to back.
M. Length: Measurement from prong to medium hole (excluding buckle).
N. Width: Refer to diagram.
O. Heel height: Measured from the centre of the highest point on the heel at the back of the shoe through to the base of the heel cap.
P. Insole: Length of the insole.
Q. Width: If possible, measured at the widest part of the shoe's insole.