Nestled in the heart of the Roosevelt Arts District, this tastefully organized boutique is always shopping for the best in '40s couture and the most marvelous '60s department-store knockoffs — and so are we, so we love them. Do they also have the largest collection of vintage menswear in the state? They do — and that's pretty rare for any shop selling old clothes. Environmentally conscious clothing fans who embrace repurposing love this place, as does anyone who thinks off-the-rack A-lines made of nubby Kinekelon just look better than stuff made this year. More than 2,000 square feet of wearable art — missy casuals and suit-and-tie menswear from the 1920s to the 1980s — share space with an ever-revolving selection of hats, gloves, handbags, and bow ties. We've bought and sold here, and are never not amazed at how pristine the stock is, and how friendly the staff, too.