1.5 min readBy Published On: November 24th, 2012Categories: Lifestyle, Style and Shopping1 Comment

shopping & style

Written by Maureen Dahill

Once upon a time, a long time ago (the late 90’s to be exact), I opened a cute, little vintage shop on the corner of G and East Broadway called Maude Mango.  It was a vintage clothing boutique featuring clothing and accessories from the 1920’s to the 1980’s.  Not to toot my own horn, but it won the coveted Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston Award in 2000 for Best Vintage Clothing Shop in Boston.  Yay, me!

So with that in mind, I am more than excited to tell you about the Vintage Pop Up Shop that’s happening as part of the South Boston Holiday Stroll on Thursday, December 6th from 4pm-8pm.

The Vintage Pop-Up Shop is being hosted by:

Spa Christine – 699 East Broadway

Featuring:
Melody Fortier, of Tangerine Boutique, will be bringing a collection of vintage clothing and accessories.  Melody is a vintage guru.  Her knowledge and expertise is second to none.  She can give you the history of the coat your buying and tell you how to mend silk from the 1920’s.   She is alway on the cutting edge of what’s fashionable too.  When Melody is not at the Holiday Stroll Vintage Pop-Up Shop, you can find her at the SoWa Vintage Market or online at http://www.tangerineboutique.com/

Stop by the Vintage Pop Up on Thursday – you’ll find amazing and unique gifts that will impress everyone on your list.  But if you’re anything like me, you’ll end up buying things for yourself!  

I’ll be there along with the many, many vintage-savvy fashionistas in the area!  Get there early to get the good stuff!

For more information about the Holiday Stroll: https://caughtinsouthie.com/get-holiday-spirit
 

 

One Comment

  1. Anonymous December 8, 2011 at 11:40 pm

     

    Maude Mango was indeed one of the best Vintage stores that ever lived in all of Boston!

    It was a small space, and therefore selective.

    I've been collecting for quite awhile and in my (non humble) opinion, Maude Mango always had the goods.

    I don't shop anymore, but I may visit anyway just to look at the "art."

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