Category Archives: New England

Anything that has todo with my home: New England

Vintage Wedding Weekend

Are you not the average bride? Does the thought of doing the chicken dance at your wedding make you cringe? Our Vintage Wedding Weekend Event could be just what you need! If traditional is not your thing, it’s ok to … Continue reading


StART at the Station

Worcesters Start at the Station event is somthing I look forward to every year! It’s the merriest of the Start on the Street events. Everyone is in a gift giving and cheery holiday shopping mood with carolers singing and all … Continue reading

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Shop Crompton

I was standing in Home Depot today, returning about 800 clothing hangers that I changed my mind about. When someone yelled over to me “Punky, your shop is looking great!“. Then I realized I havent even posted photos here yet! … Continue reading


Handmade Wares

I have been busy hand selecting local artists to feature in the new shop!  I feel like Haberdash has a pretty unique style and I wanted to bring in handmade artist that will elevate that even more! I want you to be able to … Continue reading

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Haberdash at StArt

Yesterday was lucky number 7 for us when it comes to StArt on the Street events! They moved the Spring festival to my favorite place in Worcester…The Canal District! The day flew by, but it was so nice to see … Continue reading

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Modcloth Adventures in Style

About a month ago the friendly peeps over at Modcloth reached out and asked me if I would be willing to share a location in Boston that I think is beautiful with their readers. Since they asked so nicely…you can … Continue reading


Dress Swap

Facebook has made everyone a celebrity: You can’t possibly wear the same dress to one friend’s wedding as you wore to another’s! Come swap those fancy frocks & formal duds (and sparkly, shiny shoes & accessories) with us at The … Continue reading

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Twigs and Heather

Over the past 7 years running this blog, I must have mentioned Twigs and Heather a at least a dozen times! I absolutely love their jewelry! Each of their twigs, shells, flowers and bark creations are cast in Sterling Silver … Continue reading

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Wendy Baker

How I never met Wendy Baker is beyond me. We seem to travel in the same circles searching for pretty old stuff! Wendy makes funky jewelry out of unused vintage jewelry stock and other interesting old neglected elements. Look for … Continue reading


Popko Shop

I always love visiting the Popko displays at StART on the Street! Their display is very well designed and kinda reminds me of my childhood science fair…only more beautiful! Rest assured no butterfiles were harmed in the making of her … Continue reading


Crimson and Clover

Next weekend is StArt on the Street! It’s Worcester’s biggest art festival, run by some of my favorite people and it’s easily my favorite event in the city! I thought I would take the week to show you my favorite … Continue reading

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Viola Lovely

Viola Lovely is one of those names I heard over and over again in the Boston fashion scene. But it never really sunk in till my fashion sole-mate started working there. When Janine started to describe the store and told … Continue reading


Haberdash in Galmour Magazine

We interrupt your regular scheduled programing to inform you…Haberdash Vintage, my Mobile Shop is in French Glamour this month! You may now resume your regular tuesday activities!

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Worcester’s next Clothing Swap

The Swapaholics are bringing back Worcester’s largest Clothing Swap! If you thought swapping was fun, imagine swapping and shopping for antiques, art, designer clothing, and vintage items all in the same neighborhood. And, to meet the demands of our swappers … Continue reading

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Kelley Backpacks

Right before Christmas the Telegram had a short uninformative blurb about UMass Students collecting items for foster children (Kelley Backpacks). I wanted more info on what I could do to help, so I tracked down the students running Kelley Backpacks and collected … Continue reading

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