We had so much fun hanging out ReStore yesterday! I hope you all found some cool items for your home or closet and learned a little about Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore and the lovely things they do! I plan to partner with them again soon! So if you want to keep in touch, follow them on Facebook!
Big thanks to the Kona Truck and Goulds Hots Dogs for keeping us well fed!
Spring Shopping Fling
with Haberdash Vintage and Restore
Join us for the spring opening of Haberdash Mobile Vintage Shop, with a gift card scavenger hunt with Restore, Food Trucks, Kona Ice Truck and Face Painting for the little ones, all to benefit Habitat for Humanity.
May 5th (Rain Date May 12th)
11 Distributor Rd
ReStore is a retail outlet that sells quality, gently-used and surplus construction, home improvement materials, and home furnishings for a fraction of regular retail prices. Proceeds from these sales support Habitat’s home build projects!
About Haberdash Mobile Shop:
Haberdash is America’s first mobile vintage shop. Selling handmade and vintage items on the go from a 1950’s classic caravan.
About Kona Ice:
Kona Ice of Worcester, Is a mobile delight that serves up delicious tropical shaved ice throughout Worcester and surrounding communities.
Goulds Hot Dog Truck:
A food truck serving delicious gourmet hot dogs in the Worcester area.
If you follow our I Love Trailers blog or our Twitter feed you might have already noticed us sharing pretty trailers photos and hip Mobile Shops with the world. But just incase you missed it…We are on Pinterest! Hooray! If you are one of those lucky people who own a pretty trailer, mobile shop or food truck, Tag us! We would love to be friends!
Please forgive the randomness….While battling a serious case of insomnia last night and having already seen every thing that has ever been pinned to Pinterest. I decided to take a peek at all the blog drafts I had open, where I found this collection of random press that we got over the winter. I was so excited about Sky Mall for some reason. The thought of pulling a magazine out of your seat pocket and seeing my trailer shop kinda cracks me up, it’s so random.
I will be at Worcester’s Start at the Station this Sunday! I even made some special business cards just for this event! I hope you will stop by to what all the talented Worcesterite’s have to offer!
stART on the Street brings its 6th annual gifting-themed arts and crafts festival to Worcester’s Union Station at 2 Washington Square on Sunday, December 4, from 11 – 5pm.
A special preview hour at 10am is available for a $5 donation, which comes with coffee, baked treats and a stART on the Street shopping bag, as well as shopping without the crowds.
Admission at 11am is free, though donations to help stART remain a free event are welcome.
Celebrate Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday with us! Use code THANKYOU now through Tuesday to get an extra 20% off your purchase in our online shop and as always free shipping!
We’re thankful for all of you!
In May of 2011, Trish opened the door of this cute mobile shop after years of selling vintage at markets and at fairs, often dreaming of having a beautiful space to display her nicer items. You can find it at Camberwell Market every Sunday. If you don’t live in Melbourne Australia, You can also buy fabulous vintage clothing & collectables in her online shop!
Sunday was our last Sowa Open Market of the season. It’s getting kinda nippy here in the northeast, so we bundled up and sported our favorite Fig Knitting hats to keep warm. If you live near Boston and have never been to Sowa it’s worth the drive, even if you are not in to AWESOME hand made items. Because of the food or food trucks rather. Every time we vend that market we try food from at least half the food trucks there. Our favorites being, Clover, Grillo’s Pickles, Grilled Cheese Nation and The Cupcakory. Hope you get the chance to check them out!
Since I opened the Haberdash Mobile Shop I’ve become even more smitten with all things trailer and mobile related. I have been keeping tabs on all food trucks, cute trailer owners and mobile shops popping up. I have been known to share them on tumblr or Pinterest. But I thought it would be nice to give the best ones a little more recognition. So I will be featuring a new shop every week! If you want to recommend one, leave it in the comments. Here we go!
Monica and I used to be blog friends many moons ago (back in 2007) when I used to actually do style posts on Punkystyle.com.
She opened her mobile shop in Texas in March of 2010, after her and her family built it inside a 1964 Airstream Overlander. Inside this cute airstream shop is racks of clothing, accessories, sunglasses, vintage wares and a big selection of novelty snacks and toys. She also runs a online shop if you cant make it to Texas.