LollyPOP Vintage Settles Into Newer, Bigger Space

LollyPOP Vintage in Phoenix opened its brand new doors this weekend after moving out of its home in Retro Ranch for a larger location, just down the street.

"I wanted to expand and Retro Ranch didn't have any more room," owner Heather Powers explained.

The new, larger store opened on Saturday and is currently jam-packed with the same affordable vintage finds for men and women as in the previous location (now there's just more). You'll see sweaters priced around $16 and dresses for $26.95. And of course, there's a large collection of fancier (and pricier) items throughout the store ... New location details after the jump ...

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On the racks: Vintage furs and fur collars, tweedy swing coats and party dresses. The store is also looking to sell items from local clothing and jewelry designers.

Check out the new digs Wednesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.

LollyPOP Vintage is at 4804 N. 7th Avenue (NW corner of 7th Ave. and Pierson) in Phoenix. For more information, call 602-516-7057.

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