According to their blog, The Underground Attic opened at the end of 2014 by Elizabeth Raphaelson. According to their website:
“The Underground Attic was started by Elizabeth Raphaelson in her days as a creative writing major. Her internship at the local newspaper inspired a student fashion blog which she wrote for weekly. When she started noticing that most of her favorite pieces she was photographing came from a byegone era, she decided it was time to throw her 1950's felt chapeau into the proverbial ring!
I very recently discovered The Underground Attic, and instantly fell in love with the store. It is evident that Raphaelson took special attention to the details of her store; from the wooden table used to show jewelry, to the collection of mirrors hanging against one wall, to the couches placed in the middle of the store. She successfully added a lot of character to the small space, and made shopping a very pleasant experience.
The store has a lot of different coats, dresses, hats, bags, and jewelry; all well researched, labelled with their corresponding decade, and priced accordingly. The Underground Attic is a very impressive display of affordable vintage clothing.
There is currently only one location for The Underground Attic; 177 Main Street in Oneonta, NY. If you want to see more about what the store does, they have a website, blog, Etsy, Instagram, and Facebook that you can check out! The Underground Attic is perfect for you if you have an interest in vintage clothing or want to add interesting new clothing and accessories to your wardrobe.