I first became aware of Three Rivers Vintage after Susan Gregg Koger, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of ModCloth, shared on Instagram that a “new vintage wonderland” had popped up in Pittsburgh. That tiny square image was enough to make me rush down to 1716 East Carson Street on Pittsburgh’s historic South Side and check it out for myself! Continue reading “Lovely in Local: Three Rivers Vintage”
Hiya, friends! Sorry I’ve been missing in action here on the dot. The past two weeks have been a wonderful whirlwind filled with friends, family, my 10 year high school reunion, work, binge watching Orange Is the New Black, and a few happy hours sprinkled in between! But, I am back and I am bloggin’. Continue reading “What’s Your Style? (And My Style Meltdown)”
Who has two thumbs and really loves Doo Wop & the Golden Oldies? THIS GIRL! I can’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t. From being a little girl riding around with my dad in his truck to my morning drive to high school with my best friend, I’d always choose to listen to these classics.
I grew up in a pretty small, sleepy town. I often joked there were more cows than people and I couldn’t wait to leave. I’d walk to the local shopping plaza to buy fried chicken, corn bread, and peach rings. I stayed out late with friends roaming around town. I spent my free time taking dance classes, getting tattoos, and working at the local Burger King. Again, I couldn’t wait to leave. Continue reading “Where I Come From”
Let me start this off by saying I have always been one to live colorfully (well, except for that year or so in high school when I thought colors were the worst).
During my 8th grade home economics class I picked up pretty quickly on how to sew. I made pillows, aprons, little stuffed animals, and this one pair of pants. Continue reading “Rainbow Reincarnation”