Spring Shopping Fling with Haberdash Mobile Shop and Restore
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.
RSVP on Facebook and please share with your Worcester friends!
Mobile Shop Spotlight
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.
Summer of Sowa
I was reminiscing about my first market I ever did with my vintage collection the other day. It was in Boston at the Sowa Open Market event called Baked Fresh. I was so nervous and I stressed over the event for months. Now we are on our 4th year of selling at Sowa, planning events and vending markets is like walking and talking for me, I don’t even think about it. What a difference four years makes (wink wink).
Featured in BUST
I cant believe I havent posted this yet, but the Haberdash was mentioned in Bust Magazine last month. It was in a story about the “Mobile Boutique Trend”. Which is a little silly to me because when I was building Haberdash 3 years ago, I had to create the term mobile boutique because there was no such term.