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The 30 Best Places for Vintage Shopping in Phoenix: Best of Phoenix 2012

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Best Vintage Clothing on a Budget: Butter Toast Boutique

Nobody pulls off the hippie-chic look quite like Butter Toast owners Traci Nelson and Jasmine Jarrett do. At once effortless and thoughtfully put together, theirs is a look that is easy to attempt but can be tough to pull off. Read the full Best of Phoenix 2012 story.

Best Place to Buy Antiques on a Budget: Antique Marketplace (readers choice)

It just keeps growing, like Topsy. Antique Marketplace, which savvy shoppers remember as the old Historic District Antiques on Seventh Avenue, continues to gobble up the other storefronts around it, expanding more and more every time we drop in. That's a good thing, because we always find something amazing, at an amazingly low price, when we do. Read the full Best of Phoenix 2012 story.

Best Place to Buy High-End Antiques: Phoenix Lamp Repair (readers choice)

We know where to go for fancier antiques for our great old house, and now we're going to tell you -- in good part because you may not know that this wonderful old shop even sells antiques. They do -- and good ones, besides. Read the full Best of Phoenix 2012 story.

Best Place to Buy Vintage Clothing: Antique Sugar at Zinnia's

Shopping for vintage duds can prove an iffy endeavor in Phoenix, where some stores couldn't be bothered to give a hoot about their products. That's especially true when delving into racks and stacks ends with shoppers exiting in the midst of a dusty sneezing fit. In the case of Melrose district vintage staple Antique Sugar, the clothing couldn't be ignored by the shop owners or vintage lovers long enough for mites to collect -- it's simply too desirable. Read the full Best of Phoenix 2012 story.

Best Mobile Vintage Shop: Merry May Shoppe (readers choice)

Yeah, yeah. We know all about food trucks. But there's a new brand of shops on wheels we're excited about: clothing trucks. And we have Ashley Eaton to thank for our newfound obsession. Read the full Best of Phoenix 2012 story.



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