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The Attic Vintage Clothing Co.
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Today marks the return of The Attic Vintage Clothing Co., the vintage clothing store from Mayra Politis. The original location closed in 2012 after a transformer explosion at the nearby NV Energy. Since, Politis has been going through mediation so she could re-open her beloved boutique.

Today, the location moves to near the corner of Charleston Boulevard and Main Street. Look for 20 percent off for couples and Fukuburger to show up starting at 4 p.m. with burgers until 7 p.m. During the day, Politis has cupcakes from Retro Bakery.

Expect to find funky clothing and accessories displayed against retro décor. Wigs, hats, sunglasses and other vintage odds and ends make their way into the new location of The Attic, once dubbed the largest vintage store in the world.
· The Attic Vintage Clothing Co. [Official Site]
· All Now Open [Racked Vegas]

The Attic Vintage Clothing Co.

1010 N. Main St., Las Vegas, NV