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G, L at Metropolitan Ave.-Lorimer St.
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Owner Breanne DiDomenico stocks this tiny vintage store with a carefully curated but playful selection of women’s clothing, jewelry, shoes, and handbags culled from cities across the United States. The laid-back space is mismatched and retro, with walls painted various shades of peach and pink, red-and-white striped chairs, and a simple black canvas screen separating the fitting area from the rest of the shop. The collection spans the seventies through the early nineties, relying mainly on casual, classic brands like Jaeger, Kenzo, Ralph Lauren, and Bill Blass. DiDomenico fills the racks with pieces akin to what you might find her wearing around the store, including flirty, full-skirted dresses, silk tops and blouses, and trendy jumpsuits and rompers (which are usually snatched up the day they hit the hangers). Pairs of leather pumps, sandals, flats, and boots fill small wooden tables lining the walls, as do belts and handbags. The accessories hail mostly from smaller, little-known labels, but a bangle or scarf from a high-end designer like Dior surfaces every so often. During warmer months, bargain-hunters scour sale racks on the sidewalk out front.
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