Vintage sportswear retailer All Goods opens Bayshore store
A local vintage clothing store specializing in sporting goods is opening a second store in Bayshore.
All Goods will open its second location on Saturday at the store that once housed Francesca’s at 5709 N. Centerpark Way, Glendale. All Goods Owner Ali Acevedo opened its first retail store in November 2019 at 1411 S. 72nd St. in West Allis.
The Bayshore All Goods store will be open weekends only for now. The store will be open Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The West Allis boutique is open five days a week – closed Mondays and Wednesdays.
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The Bayshore store is larger than the original West Allis location. It will have a similar inventory with vintage T-shirts from sports teams from Wisconsin, Harley-Davidson, Disney and other brands. It will have a larger selection of hats with sports teams and other vintage hats.
All Goods carries vintage gear from local teams like the Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Brewers, and Green Bay Packers. With the success of these teams – the Bucks are NBA champions and the Brewers are in the playoffs – Acevedo said these items were selling fast.
All Goods also has a section for the Milwaukee-founded clothing brand Unfinished Legacy which recently moved to Los Angeles. The streetwear section features new merchandise from brands like Supreme and Nike.
Acevedo said he signed a three-month lease that will end in early January.
âIt gave us the opportunity to test the market and see if the risk is worth it,â Acevedo said. “I already feel really good here.” He thinks All Goods will extend his lease.
Recent changes to the mall, like the outdoor staging area and the Target store slated to open in October, make Acevedo optimistic about its long-term sustainability.
Acevedo started selling vintage clothing, video games, and electronics online through eBay and Amazon years ago. He opened the West Allis store when the business got too big for his home.
All Goods is now focusing on the in-person retail experience rather than selling online. Acevedo said he wanted his stores to be like an escape.
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