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It's not every day that we hear of a farmer who ditched her tractor to open a vintage store, but that's exactly what Sara Legatski did six years ago. Ever since, she has become a master sourcer of dependably stylish pieces from the '50s through the '80s, some of which she discovers on her trips across Appalachia. And she's also started stocking brand-new pieces by local designers like Ship to Shore and a ton of fabulous accessories to go with everything.
86 N. Lexington Ave., 828-225-0304

Products: Women's Clothes, Vintage, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique

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