8th Street lab

★★★☆☆

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  • Used Clothing
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I guess I would call this store a raver store. It is incredibly narrow (but goes pretty far back) and always has colorful, interesting window displays. They have a lot of big pants and little t-shirts with retro things printed on them. They also have some shoes and accessories like striped tights and stuff like that. The prices of some of the items seemed pretty steep, but if you're into this sort of thing, you might find some cool stuff.

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★★★☆☆

I guess I would call this store a raver store. It is incredibly narrow (but goes pretty far back) and always has colorful, interesting window displays. They have a lot of big pants and little t-shirts with retro things printed on them. They also have some shoes and accessories like striped tights and stuff like that. The prices of some of the items seemed pretty steep, but if you're into this sort of thing, you might find some cool stuff.

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8th Street Lab is a narrow little store that manages to stand out because it sells raver/goth/alternative type clothing in an area with more mainstream clothing stores like contempo casuals. It's very cramped inside, but that means they manage to pack in a large selection of t-shirts (and sometimes undewear) with 80s cartoon characters on them and ridiculous-looking pants. They carry brands that you might not see many other places, and some of the stuff is fun and interesting. However, it's all quite expensive, so I say it's "a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to shop there."

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★★★☆☆

8th Street Lab is a narrow little store that manages to stand out because it sells raver/goth/alternative type clothing in an area with more mainstream clothing stores like contempo casuals. It's very cramped inside, but that means they manage to pack in a large selection of t-shirts (and sometimes undewear) with 80s cartoon characters on them and ridiculous-looking pants. They carry brands that you might not see many other places, and some of the stuff is fun and interesting. However, it's all quite expensive, so I say it's "a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to shop there."

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