All orders will ship with a tracking number, which you will receive via email once your shipping label has been created. You can follow your package's journey to you by using this email & clicking "view your order."

Once your goods have been shipped, Boho Byrd Co. is not responsible for packages lost or damaged in transit. 



All items are vintage or secondhand which means they are beautifully worn in and have lived previous lives. Therefore, small imperfections and minor wear are to be expected. All items are thoroughly inspected and any major flaws / defects will be noted in the product description. 

All sales at Boho Byrd Co. are final. Therefore, we recommend reaching out with any questions regarding an item before purchase. You may direct these questions via the contact page or via our instagram page. We will get back with you as quickly as possible. 



Vintage sizing often differs from modern sizing. We will always include the tagged size (if applicable), but we will also try and note which size each item would best fit based on modern sizing. 

All pieces are modeled by our founder, Augusta. For size reference Augusta is 5'7" and a US size 6/8 or S/M with a typical waist measurement of a US 28. 

Who We Are

The Boho Byrd Co. is a vintage and secondhand shop specializing in Australian based brands and Native American Jewelry founded in 2017 by Augusta Byrd. Each piece is thoughtfully hand-picked, carefully curated and even handmade from places all over the world in an effort to offer a more sustainable way to shop. 

About the Owner

Augusta has always been a lover of all things clothing, jewelry & fashion. As a child she fashioned dresses out of paper for her dolls and was always very opinionated about what she would wear and often times insisted she pick out clothes for herself. As she grew older she swapped her dolls for customers and began working in the retail industry as a wardrobe stylist and assistant swimwear designer at the age of 18. She later went on to attend fashion school where she graduated with her Bachelors in Fashion Merchandising. Augusta continued her career working for a very well known company URBN under the Free People brand and it was her 9 years there that she learned everything from merchandising, to product fabrications, to her love for styling customers. However, Augusta always dreamed of more and owning her own small business was the ultimate end-goal and that is how Boho Byrd Co. was born. The business would start off small-Augusta would sell her Native American treasures she collected from her travels on her lunch breaks in the mall to some of her favorite clients. Then a few years later her husband would gift her a 1970 VW bus, the hippie in her had always dreamed of owning one. She took the next steps to make her business more real and started to do local pop-up shops out of the bus where in addition to her Native American Jewelry she sold a curated line of clothing focusing on linens and cotton-gauze materials and even a select few homewares she sourced locally. After a handful of pop-up shops Augusta wanted to reach a larger audience so she worked to create this website in an effort to cater to all of her treasured customers around the world.