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Market Supply Co. is now open in Pilsen. The vintage boutique stocks women's dresses, blouses, and accessories from Dethrose Vintage. For men, there are tweed blazers and button-up tops from Pendleton. A handmade jewelry line called Clyde's Rebirth features designs made out of vintage and reclaimed goods, and on Fridays and Saturdays designer Merl Kinzie crafts custom baubles for guests as they shop.
According to the store's charming Twitter feed, other odds and ends include vintage duck boots for puddle-hopping, a 1950s men's shirt with a printed paint-can logo, and "big, vintage" blankets for cuddling up with old movies.
But we saved the coolest tidbit for last. The boutique has a little barber shop in back, where co-owner Mike Ader (who's also the men's buyer) spiffs up shoppers with classic haircuts and beard-and-mustache trims.