West Queen West gets a new vintage boutique from the owner of Odd Finds

West Queen West gets a new vintage boutique from the owner of Odd Finds

(Image: Holly Blair) (Image: Holly Blair)
 

Siberia is the latest venture from Stacey Collrin, one half of the sister duo behind the Bloordale general store Odd Finds. The new Queen West shop sits between Ossington and Dovercourt, and like Odd Finds, sells a small but smartly curated selection of vintage clothing and accessories. Visitors can browse through fur capes and retro sunglasses, as well as pointy cacti and animal skulls (they just have to get past this guy first). But Collrin’s second spot also showcases fancier items and more modern pieces. Currently, shoppers will find cocktail dresses, long coats from the ’70s and ’80s and plenty of like-new leather footwear, including this pair of sturdy stomping boots ($90). Prices range from around $15 for soy candles or rings, to $120 for some of the more luxurious outerwear. Though there’s no tea shop at this location, there is a quaint little courtyard out back that Collrin plans to fill with picnic tables and racks of clothing once the ice thaws.

Siberia, 1048 Queen St. W., 416-476-5152, facebook.com