Phashionista: Back On The State Side

· Mrs. Pleasant has returned. After some time in Brooklyn, Philly native Emily Amarnick is back full of inspiration with a new collection of vintage pieces. As a fashion stylist and artist, she provides quality, moderately priced one of a kind vintage and vintage-inspired clothing, accessories, house wares and handmade cards at her site mpVintage. Amarnick also does personal shopping. Tell Mrs. Pleasant what you want and she’ll hit up thrift stores, flea markets and stoop sales to find it for you. Just another way to make lazy shoppers lazier. Seriously, whatever you want. Even if it is a dress with a bunch of tampons attached to it. Check out the video to the right for a preview of her selections.
· If you’re ugly and wasting time trying to fix it, Daneen can help you. The self-proclaimed beauty buff, cosmetics connoisseur, and makeup master of Philly tests beauty products to save you time and money on her blog, Spoiled Pretty. There are also giveaways, trends, and sales deals. [Philly Mag]
· April is British Invasion Month at BUS STOP Boutique on Fabric Row. This month long celebration includes BUS STOP’s first birthday on Thursday, April 10th from 9pm to midnight with shoe cake, shoe cookies by Wally Scott and champagne, with British music by DJ Rêve. F Troupe’s new spring collection from London will be unveiled, exclusive to Philly. Also check out British Invasion night on the evening of April 25th with a special guest appearance by Irregular Choice, complete with lotsa British tunes. The first guests to arrive will receive free stuff! The only thing better than free stuff, is free stuff with an accent.

One Response to “Phashionista: Back On The State Side”

  1. Allan Smithee Says:

    Dear Phasionista,

    Every time I pass the 2nd hand/thift store on 20th st. slightly north of Spring Garden(near both laundry places) I always think of grabbing their business card/website address to pass it along to you. The window displays always seem sorta cool and retro (ie, good quality clothing from the heydays of maternal lineage).


    Allan Smithee

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