Vintage Kappa Jacket
Vintage Kappa Jacket
Size | L
Condition | A
Defects | none
Every item is checked on imperfections and washed before selling. If anything has a small stain/damage we will put it in the description.
A+ | just like new
A | good, but worn
B | good, but with a little Imperfections like a small stain or hole
Most of our items are unisex. This means Everyone can wear them.
If the item is more fitted we will always put this in the description. If you have any questions about the size before buying send us a dm!
TIP: If You love oversized fits, choose one or two sizes bigger than you usually wear.
The model in the pictures normally wears size s/36 and is 166cm tall.
Shipping to the netherlands is €2,95 (free above €50) Shipping usually take 2-3 working days.
Shipping to belgium, germany and france is €9 (free above €70) normally you'll receive your package in 2-5 working days.
You will recieve a track and trace code so you can see exactly where your order is.
Normally we don’t get any returns, but if your item has a damage that was not stated in the description, You can return it or send us a dm for another solution
If you have to return an item shipping costs are for the customer, please provide us with a track and trace
Any questions about the product? Ask them here and we will respond in 24 hours!
Save The world
Airing Is Caring
An easy way of reducing energy consumption while washing (that also reduces the cost of washing) is to leave your washing out to dry. Tumble drying and drying cabinets use a lot of energy.
Most of us wash our clothes too often. Don’t wash clothes that are not dirty. Try airing and brushing more instead - it’s good for Mother Earth and your clothes. Be lazier!
Time to get low
Washing at 40°C uses around half as much energy as washing at 60°C. (We do recommend that you wash heavily soiled clothes and underwear at the highest permitted temperature).
Don't throw it away
When you no longer have a use for clothes, give them to an organisation that can extend the garment’s life and let someone else enjoy it, sell it on Vinted to make some extra cash or give it to a friend. Is it broken? Use it as wipes!
How it all started
Cinzia, the founder, loves to shop. When she learnt more about the environmental impact of fast fashion she decided to only thrift her clothes. Six years ago Cinzia's closet was getting way too full, so she started selling on United Wardrobe. With those items being sold within one minute she decided to share her love for thrifting and thrift everything she loves, so other people could enjoy those vintage treasures too. Six years later and here we are!