A quirky old building stacked to the rafters with sequins and lace and tweed, oh my, the Lucky Exchange feels a little like your well-dressed, bohemian aunt or uncle's attic.Luck ain't easy to come by. Especially when it comes to hunting down and snapping up the perfect retro track jacket, Christina Hendricks-worthy pencil skirt, or jaunty fedora. But with the help of a certain vintage shop on Ponce, you don't need any charms, clovers, or rabbits' feet (taxidermy is weird) to score.
If the scent of vintage clothing ranks up there with apple pie and fresh laundry; if you use the word "thrift" as a verb (i.e. to thrift; thrifting); if you scoff in the face of neatly organized boutiques and mall stores, you're a dedicated vintage hound. And your passion for sifting through racks of clothing from days of yore pretty much guarantees that you're going to take a liking to the Lucky Exchange. A quirky old building stacked to the rafters with sequins and lace and tweed, oh my, the Lucky Exchange feels a little like your well-dressed, bohemian aunt or uncle's attic, minus the dust. The racks of retro threads, accessories, and jewelry span an impressive range of styles and eras—and let's be honest, few things are more impressive than being able to rock a '60s housewife dress with a '70s fringed vest and a few '80s neon bangles. Or, you know, maybe just one piece at a time. But whether you're planning on just adding a shot of fashion nostalgia into your wardrobe or repping yesteryear from head to toe, the Lucky Exchange is worth a wander. Feeling lucky yet, punk?
Monday - Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday - Saturday, 11:30 − 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, 12 pm. - 6 p.m.