Friday April 18th 2014

Tagged: moody lords

The ultimate guide to thrifting in Maine: 12 awesome stores plus expert tips

The ultimate guide to thrifting in Maine: 12 awesome stores plus expert tips
March 27, 2014

People often ask me “Where’s that place where you got that thing? That thrift shop?” If you’re a reader of this blog, you can understand why that might be a broad question for me to answer. Here’s an ultimate resource of thrifting posts so you can bookmark it once and for all.

Lots of great vintage and vinyl at Moody Lords

Lots of great vintage and vinyl at Moody Lords
April 16, 2013

Portland has no shortage of great vintage clothing. Moody Lord’s deserves to be right up there as one of the best shopping spots for vintage garb. Originally located on the second floor above Strange Maine, they’ve been in their new street level locale since last spring. If you happen to be a purveyor of great records and threads, you’ll find yourself in a shopping mecca.

Portland’s most fashionable workplaces: Head Games

Portland’s most fashionable workplaces: Head Games
April 10, 2013

At the corner of Free and Oak Streets in Portland, there’s an even flow of well-pampered, freshly pedicured, and expertly styled locals coming out of Head Games Salon for Hair and Body. And those are just the customers. Inside the bright, modern, eco-friendly salon, the professional stylists, estheticians, nail techs, spa managers, and Reiki masters showcase their own unique styles. From side-swept bangs and classic updos to bright stripes, detailed nails, pinecone pendants, and open-backed dresses that hint of summer. It’s feminine edge at its finest.

Spotted in the street: easy on the ears

Spotted in the street: easy on the ears
March 15, 2013

Kate Sullivan-Jones has killer style. And not just because she can pull off any hair color or knows how to rock white Doc Martens, but because she wears earrings like these.

Spotted on the Street: Brooklynite

Spotted on the Street: Brooklynite
November 01, 2012

A Brooklyn native after my own heart. I just can’t resist a lady in plaid pants. It was her first pilgrimage to the Portland area and she gushed about how much she loved it here. Each time I bump into someone visiting Portland for the first time, I immediately begin rattling off the stores they need to visit, but she was already ahead of the game.