Warmer weather makes me feel like floating. Pas Mal (99 Franklin Street) is the perfect little shop for pieces that are breezy and effortless. So chic, no?
And if you want to mix in some Provence-influenced fashion into your wardrobe, then you must check out Pas Mal’s new arrivals. I picked 10 awesome pieces to add to your collection. Personally, I have my eyes on the lemon shoes. They’re so dreamy and perfect for that I-just-visited-a-vineyard-today look. Or you know, reading a book of poems in Transmitter Park. Continue reading →
Brace yourselves. Maeven, an online vintage store, is rocking a pop-up shop on 170 Franklin Street. Enjoy scoping out their dreamy and whimsical pieces until 1/31. The classy but Greenpoint-edgy pieces are delightful and I can’t wait to add a few to my collection.
Hey, good looking’! Need to spice up your home or kitchen? Head on over to the Adaptations Summer Pop-Up, located on 170 Franklin Ave, which is next to the best liquor spot, Duke’s. Get your hands on some vintage furnishings, pots, pans, bowls, curtains, cuttings boards, baskets, and more. Whether it’s your apartment stylings, or you grab a basket with fancy trimmings to throw the best picnic Transmitter Park has seen, it’ll sure be cute as hell.
Ah, it’s that time of year again. Some of us might take pleasure in shopping for gifts (like me!) while others are stumped when it comes to finding the perfect present. Regardless, it’s always great to have some inspiration and shop small businesses. The gifts range from a little somethin’ to a sweet splurge. Click through for some of my favorite picks from our ‘hood. Continue reading →
Dalaga will shutter its 150 Franklin Street location. The boutique will close on March 2nd, but won’t be gone for good. Sisters and co-owners, Michelle and Mary, plan to keep the online store. Michelle and Mary are both expecting their own little ones and felt the transition to an e-commerce shop was the best move for their families. Continue reading →