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Two vintage stores open in north Phoenix

If you’re looking to add a little vintage chic to your wardrobe or your home décor, you now have two new places to hunt for those new-to-you treasures.

Pearly Mae’s Resale Shop recently opened in the Melrose District, at 4314 N. 7th Ave. Pearly Mae’s offers vintage, retro resale clothing for men and women, as well as a variety of accessories to appeal to both sexes. The shop already boasts an established consignor base from a previous incarnation elsewhere, as well as two regular vendors who add to the store’s inventory every month.

In addition to clothing and accessories, you can shop for shabby chic furniture and home décor, vintage garden and kitchen gadgets, Pyrex and retro glassware, and more. The selection is added to on a weekly basis. Hours are 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 602-997-1606, or visit www.pearlymaes.com.

Established in 2013, Rare Scarf Vintage, 11428 N. Cave Creek Road, caters to the stylish Phoenician who understands that the best of the moment fashion is a mix of the past and the present.

Rare Scarf creates a total look for both men and women from the store’s extensive glam vintage wardrobe and carries a full range of accessories including jewelry, shoes, handbags and more. The store also offers a selection of handmade lace dusters, boleros and bell bottoms as well as handmade jewelry from local artists. This Phoenix vintage hotspot is the place to get that over-the-top, authentic wardrobe that no one else in the room will have.

Proprietor Michelle “Mitch” Phillips has been collecting for years and has got an eye for fashion and design. She’d be happy to take a look at your well-preserved vintage apparel for a potential purchase as well; call for an appointment.

The store is open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 12-5 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 602-870-6678 or visit www.rarescarfvintage.com.

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