At Bunky Boutique, you'll find a little bit of everything. Located next to Giant Coffee off First Street and McDowell, this unique boutique carries contemporary favorites in jewelry, apparel, accessories, and gifts. Whether you're shopping for a man, woman, or baby, you're bound to find something both adorable and affordable at Bunky. 1437 N. 1st St., #103, 602-252-1323, bunkyboutique.com
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Frances is full of fresh looks and vintage-inspired finds from brands like Johnny Was, Free People, and Orla Kiley. Shop for accessories, clothing, home décor, and more at Frances' flagship store at Central and Camelback or the newest satellite store at the UNION at Biltmore Fashion Park. Don't forget to also check out Frances Studio for a seasonal spread of home-centric goodies. Frances: 10 W. Camelback Road, 602-279-5467, francesvintage.com Union at Biltmore Fashion Park: 2502 E. Camelback Road
To call this place a store would be a gross understatement. This warehouse wonder is filled floor to ceiling with every kind of secondhand good, from recreational equipment and home furnishings to art, clothing, and even some wild-card items like dentist chairs or 1940s board games. It's a window shopper's paradise and your shot at scoring some sweet consignment loot. 475 E. Lincoln St., 480-776-6400, ultimateconsignment.com
Tucked away just off the Melrose Curve, Modern Manor is a mecca for midcentury treasures. The well-staged warehouse is fitted wall-to-wall with furniture that would make any fan of Mad Men swoon. From newly upholstered club chairs to vintage card-catalog credenzas, Modern Manor has everything your post-modern home needs to travel back in time. 716 W. Hazelwood St., 602-266-3376, modernmanorstore.com
People love surprises, which is probably what keeps lines forming out the door of Sweet Salvage on Seventh Avenue. This treasure trove of antiques opens its doors on the third Thursday through Sunday of each month, delivering new themes and new finds. Whether you yearn for relics of yesteryear or you simply love surprises, the next sale at Sweet Salvage is a date worth saving. 4648 N. 7th Ave., 602-279-2996, sweetsalvage.net
This quaint Melrose Curve boutique is stocked with swanky salvaged goods from the atomic age and beyond. From flared fashions to in-home bar furnishings, it's the kind of place you'd expect to see Ron Burgundy — or at the very least, a naked Burt Reynolds photograph hanging on the wall. 4303 N. 7th Ave., 602-297-1971, retroranch.net
VINTAGE BY MISTY
At Vintage by Misty, shoppers get the upper hand on their secondhand selections with showstopping threads from notable designers. Offering couture duds from Pucci to Gucci, Vintage by Misty proves that going back in time doesn't mean going down in quality. No matter the decade or occasion, Vintage by Misty has a generous supply of high-end essentials for the serious clothing collector. 818 N. Central Ave., 480-522-6875, vintagebymisty.com
MADE ART BOUTIQUE
Art meets business at MADE. This spot is your gifting go-to, offering everything from jewelry and ceramics to books and candles. With new items and new artists constantly rolling in, you're guaranteed to find not only something of interest but also something one-of-a-kind. 922 N. 5th St. 602-256-6233, madephx.com
JACKALOPE TRADING POST
Go-Kat-Go literally went — changing its name to Jackalope Trading Post and moving from its Seventh Avenue location to the Grand Avenue storefront neighboring Bikini Lounge. Still offering the same retro rockabilly goods that made it popular, the new shop also has made room for a new concept: a kitschy take on Western-style trading posts and old-school souvenirs. 1504 Grand Ave., 602-234-2528 jackalopeaz.blogspot.com
GROWop (and its corresponding Grow House) is the quintessential hotspot for community collaboration on Roosevelt Row. The shop/garden hybrid delivers vintage finds and new and artisan items in home and apparel, as well as public events like movie nights and garden harvests. 902 N. 6th St., 602-714-5256
610 E. Roosevelt St., #141
1605 N. 7th Ave.
UNION at Biltmore
2502 E. Camelback Road
CLEO & CLEMENTINE
704 W. Montecito Ave.
RED MODERN FURNITURE
201 E. Camelback Road
4804 N. 7th Ave.
5215 N. Central Ave.
1500 Grand Ave.
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