Phoenix Boutique Vintage By Misty Opens Scottsdale Location Inside Nové

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Vintage by Misty is full of finds from around the world, and now fans of the Phoenix boutique can find the store's trademark colorful, eclectic fashions in Scottsdale.

VBM owner Misty Guerriero Navon has opened a satellite location inside Nové, a designer shop owned by her longtime friend Evon Fig at the Scottsdale Seville Shopping Center, on the northeast corner of E. Indian Bend and N. Scottsdale roads.

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Guerriero Navon's stock occupies a corner full of dresses, blouses, and baubles that she says will change out weekly or every other week. Price-wise, most of the pieces, including blouses, dresses, and jewelry, run between $80 to $150, with some high-end designer items costing a few hundred bucks.

She's selected on-trend pieces mainly from the 1960s and '70s for the mini-boutique, and shoppers will find such designer labels as Pucci, Chanel, Missoni, and Christian Lacroix.

Every Monday and Friday Guerriero Navon is in the shop. On Mondays, a DJ spins from noon to 5 p.m., and Guerriero meets with customers and helps them style outfits that are a mix of vintage and new items during a weekly event dubbed Vintage Mondays with Misty.

VBM at Nové is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays.

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