This shop is located on the 2nd floor and marked only by a frothy crimson dress hanging outside
After being buzzed into the building, you turn the corner at the top of the stairs, glimpsing at the door entrance into the boutique. That’s a sick military coat greeting you. I ALMOST bought it
The modest reception room. It’s surrounded by vintage pieces on the walls
One wall in the reception area. Vintage dresses and scarves on display. Love the baby pink vintage dress
Room 1: A large space filled with vintage dresses grouped by sleeve length, from short, mid to long
How cool would this Pucci esq piece look with black opaque tights and a top knot?
Vintage wedding dresses draped on the sofa by a customer
Hallway leading into Room 2
Room 2: A cavernous space full of vintage furs and incredible maxi dresses
Another sofa with coats and dresses left by customers for trying on
Shareen vintage <— click for address. Photography: Karen Blanchard
So I finally checked out this gem find after scoring this brilliant cape from them weeks ago at a Lucky mag event. Let me tell you – I’m going back.
The shop is located on the second floor of what looks like an old apartment building. The only shop signage from the street is a crimson dress hanging from their balcony. If you’ve ever wanted to feel like you discovered a secret shopping haven then this is it.
The space is largely split into two large ‘living rooms.’ The first housing mostly day and evening dresses, the second (larger) room has racks of gorge fur coats and jackets, leather trousers and a wall of floaty vintage maxi dresses that I MUST return to for try ons.
Stock is updated every week and best bit? It’s NOT expensive. Read: no sticker shock. Another reason why I’m returning. Go on – guess what I got for this first visit?