The Refinery

Photo by Joseph Fuda

This Mirvish Village shop mixes vintage clothing (Pucci hot pants and slipdresses from the ’20s) with unusual decor items, like a French-language school map of the Middle East—all at terrific prices. Upstairs is Vintage Bride, a sister store dedicated to wedding gowns from the ’30s to ’70s.

588 Markham St., 416-818-1104, therefinery.com

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