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Shana Jackson’s cozy Bed-Stuy vintage shop feels like a well-curated flea market booth—all the cute dresses and cool vintage shades, without the grimy piles of old tees and polyester pants. She scouts Salvation Armys, thrift stores, and flea markets in her native Philly and throughout the U.S. to find A-line dresses, skirts, jackets, and leather bags spanning the fifties to the early eighties. What she can’t find, she makes herself, selling limited runs of her own designs among the dated wares. The clothes are loosely arranged by color and style on metal racks, with mirrors propped on stacks of old suitcases for modeling and an array of handbags piled in a vintage China cabinet. A giant velvet chaise lounge—snagged for thirty bucks at a thrift shop—provides a plush place for the twenty- and thirtysomething post-brunch crowd to mingle while browsing.Sales
On "Recessionista Sundays" (every Sunday) all dresses are $25 and everything else is 25% off.
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