In Orange County there aren’t that many cool vintage stores around.I stumbled upon JunQie’s probably last year after hearing about it from my friend Emily, at Hot Dog On a Stick. I couldn’t believe there was a cool vintage store close by, I had to check it out. he shop stocks roughly 200,000 pieces. Over the past 15 years, owner, HeidÈ Morris, has acquired an astounding 700,000 item collection from her world travels, celebrity estate sales and entertainment studio auctions.Shoppers will have the chance to own a slice of Hollywood history, like beautiful Bakelite handbags that once belonged to actress Lucille Ball, which Morris bought at the celebrity’s estate auction. She has items from Paramount Studios, including some from the set of “That ’70s Show.” (Hint: look for the letters “PAR” on the price tags). A green go-go dress and flowing jacket, worn by Barbi Benton at a Playboy event back in the early ’70s, is another conversation piece from the collection.Junqies is a perfect for scoping out vintage clothing not only do they organize it by era ( 50’s,60’s,70’s,80’s) but the clothes don’t smell like dirty asses. I hate when you go to some of the vintage places and you feel like you need to take a shower after digging your hands for a haute find. Here, everything is neatly organized and decorated with a pretty vintage touch. I wish there was a little more designer labels but still I was impressed by what they had. They had these cute hats, think 1940’s covered with flowers that you can perch up on your head, and just some random cute pieces to add to your own collections. Here’s the address if you are interested in checking it out:34155 Pacific Coast Hwy., Dana Point, CA, 92629.