It's not a large space, basically a basement studio apartment, but there's a lot of neat stuff.
|The way in|
There's also a nice selection of shoes, from cool sneakers to crazy big high heels, plus other accessories like hats and purses. There's also a whole cabinet of vintage kitchenware and some funny crafts, like a scarf with a felt penis on it. Yup.
I liked the vibe of the place: there was a drum kit and guitars in the corner (Dye is also in the band Lightfoot), the fitting room is a sheet where an old sink is, and it's just a cool, homey space.
As for rules about having a shop, which a commenter asked about previously, Dye said she had her bases covered, she doesn't make enough money to get taxed, and she does track every receipt.
It'll be open Saturdays 11am-3pm and by appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dye mentioned she's often out shopping for vintage things, so if you were interested in a certain item, give her a buzz. They also buy vintage clothes by appointment. The Facebook page has more on the spot.
(Pardon my crummy cameraphone shots.)