Andy’s Chee-Pees – BUSINESS CLOSED18 West 8th Street, New York, NY 10003
NEIGHBORHOOD: Washington Square, Greenwich Village, Manhattan
This business has closed.
Chee-Pees has a random assortment of vintage tees, jeans, jackets, coats, and even gowns and wedding dresses from the 40s and 50s. Don’t let the name fool you though, as the pricing is moderate at best. There are some really unique gems to be had if you’re willing to look. Their website says they’ll take reasonable offers for the gowns, so be prepared to haggle a bit. It’s a super fun place to check out and a fave among the NYU students.
READER REVIEWS (2)
A great selection of vintage duds, but pricier than you’d expect, especially since the store translates more as a thrift store.
There is nothing cheap about this store. I feel bad for people who come to New York and stumble upon this store- there are plenty of others that are more affordable.
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