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Pretty little Mulberry Street mainstay Sweet Tater is calling it quits. Bust Blog breaks the news that the shop, filled with casual vintage and vintage-inspired pieces and a wealth of perfectly-worn-in leather boots and bags, will close for good April 19th when their lease expires. The store would have turned five years old in May; one owner plans to reopen elsewhere, albeit under a different name. Fans of their waist-cinching leather wrap belts and tunics: starting today, they're having a big closeout sale, with vintage priced from $5 to $50 and house line items going from $20 to $50.
· Bye bye, Sweet Tater! [Bust Blog]