Get your spring wardrobe wishlist ready, because In God We Trust (70 Greenpoint Ave.) is putting out some serious must-have vibes. The shop’s new line will make you wish it was 65 and sunny all day, every day. So, whether you’re putting together a new capsule collection, redefining your personal style, or just want to treat yourself, there’s a sweet piece for every kind of buyer.
If you’re looking to make a difference and get a little escape at the same time, then you must check out the latest pop-up shop at Dusty Rose Vintage (251 Greenpoint Ave.) this Thursday, 2/23. We Are The Resistance is a one day pop-up that promotes mindful and intentional shopping while connecting the community with other artists and creators.
It’s with a sad heart that I report The One Well is closing on June 14th. The sprightly little shop on Greenpoint Avenue sells ceramics, housewares, candles, vintage finds, handbags, original art, and even treats like honey and chocolate.
It’s always a bummer to see a local business shutter, though this has a silver lining. Kerry Jones, owner of The One Well, is relocating to Atlanta to pursue new adventures. The website will still be in business, so you can keep on loving the shop!
Read more for an interview with the lovely Kerry and information on the closing party later in June. Continue reading →
On Pi day, you might very well be eating pie, but you will also want to spice up your spring wardrobe. Dusty Rose Vintage (251 Greenpoint Ave) is holding its great pile sale — for $25 you can dig and fit as many goodies as you can fit into a bag. Dig, discover, and shop!
With spring in the air, what thrifting gems are you hoping to score?
Summer may be coming to close, but listen up honeybees, because we all have a reason to perk up. Dusty Rose Vintage is back and open to the public. Get your fall jams on and start thriftin’. Continue reading →