Well, sort of.
Over the next few months, I will be intermittedly contributing to the blog, Going Green DC.
Check out my recent post there - a short interview with Treasury Boutique's (their website takes a while to load!!) new seamstress, Kristin Swenson.
So, have you heard of Treasury, a six-month old addition to the 14th Street Corridor? If you haven’t yet, you must check out the boutique’s tightly-edited collection of vintage finds for men, women and children. Displayed artfully on salvaged fixtures from Community Forklift and Rough and Ready, the clothing is well constructed (as vintage items tend to be) and is fairly priced. In addition, the boutique’s co-owners, Cathy Chung and Katerina Herodotou (pictured below), recently hired an in-house seamstress to help you turn that almost-perfect vintage dress into your best-fitting outfit ever.
More about Treasury Boutique:
- GREAT pix from the opening celebration from The President Wears Prada
- Interview at ReadySetDC
- And if you want to know more about the ladies who put together this amazing shop, read the Listopad blog, written by the owners before they opened their bricks and mortar store
(And, yes, I am going to just pretend that I didn't totally stop writing for, like, months.)