Friday April 18th 2014

Tagged: meet a shopkeeper

Meet a shopkeeper: Dustin from Portland Dry Goods

Meet a shopkeeper: Dustin from Portland Dry Goods
May 21, 2013

I am very intimidated by men that dress better than me and Dustin Otto, who works at Portland Dry Goods, happens to be one of those guys. Portland Dry Goods remains one of my favorite destinations for menswear and high-quality wares in Portland. Meet Dustin and see where he likes to go for beer, brunch and a good book.

Meet a shopkeeper: Erin from Portland Flea-For-All

Meet a shopkeeper: Erin from Portland Flea-For-All
March 26, 2013

Erin Kiley, cofounder and owner of Portland Flea-for-All, is one of my favorite resources for things that are awesome. Every time she spots me walking into the flea, she assuredly steers me over to a new coat, rack of dresses or pair of shoes that I end up falling madly in love with. Read on to find out where she likes to drink and where this flea marketer likes to, er, flee.

Meet a Shopkeeper: Michelle from Bliss Boutique

Meet a Shopkeeper: Michelle from Bliss Boutique
February 26, 2013

Ah, Bliss. Exactly the feeling I get when I walk into the store. Steven Alan shirts, Only Hearts dresses, Joe’s Jeans, Frye boots…I could go on and on. Michelle Marchesi talks to us about the best happy hour spot in town and a must-see shop in Kennebunk.

Meet a shopkeeper: Amy from Pinecone + Chickadee

Meet a shopkeeper: Amy from Pinecone + Chickadee
February 13, 2013

Next up in our shopkeeper series, meet Amy Teh, owner of Pinecone + Chickadee. Amy weighs in on her second favorite place to shop and where to find wasabi lobster rolls. Yum.

Meet Your Shopkeeper: Joseph’s

Meet Your Shopkeeper: Joseph’s
October 30, 2012

In our latest installment of our “Meet A Shopkeeper” series, meet Jeff Lauzier of Joseph’s. He’s also one of the guys behind Loyal Citizen Clothing, a line that’s designed in Maine and made in the USA. I asked him to weigh in on his typical day at the shop, his favorite place for happy hour in town and where he likes to shop (besides Joseph’s of course).