If the tag has one suggested instruction on how to wash/"care for" the garment it is older than 1971.
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Thirdly, look for a boutique's address on the label with an absence of a zip code.
This is a clear sign and dates the clothing as being produced prior to the 1960's (zip codes were not invented until 1963).
Look for vintage names such as Celanese, Kodel and Vycron.
Nylon was first commercially used in 1939, however Qiana Nylon was found on garments from approximately 1968 to the early 1970s.
The best rule of thumb is that if an RN number is 6 digits can be aged from the 80's, while numbers of 5 digits can be dated around the 60's and 70's.
So, for example, an RN number of 17272 would put the garment in the mid 60's.Lot numbers on vintage clothing labels were used to process and track garments as they were produced in factories.They ceased to be put on labels since 1979, so this will put you on a closer track to dating an item. Although you can buy modern clothing that was made in Mexico, vintage clothing made in Mexico is most likely from the 1950s as travel to Mexico was quite popular and Mexican styles, particularly circle skirts, caught on as a trend.It's important to note that the copyright date isn't always the year the garment was produced, but rather the date the brand was copyrighted. This usually indicates the clothing to be from the 1980's.The reason this indicates an item as vintage is that a much smaller percentage of clothing is actually made in America these days and if they are the Made In U. A label is typically found behind the tag, not front side as found on vintage clothing.A union label will be from either the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) or from one of the other six union or union subgroups.