Our End of Season sale is on, and you'll find all Fall and Winter goods marked down 10% to 50%. Please swing by early if you've had your eye on something, we don't have a huge amount of stuff left, and of course limited sizes. Hope to see you soon! xxxooo
Oh, I'm not kidding. Next week Spring clothes start trickling into the shop. It's earlier every year. I still have a hard time with this. My face was frozen and fingers numb after I walked the dogs this morning, and next week I'll be putting light, sleeveless dresses on my mannequins. Hmmm.
I had a lovely week off laying around in my pajamas in the sun, knitting new designs and playing with my little doggies, now it's time to get back to work! If you placed an order with RedLipstick during our vacation, please note these will be shipped out this week, or you will be notified via email if your selection has been sold out.
I spent all day yesterday scouting new things for Spring, and OH HELL YES, did I score. A new line of bags from Portland, Or, made with rain resistant fabric made from recycled soda bottles. AND they are fashionable, not "crunchy" or brown. Useful black leather flats with a shiny toe. Dresses galore. If you're into the jumpsuit or onesie, rest assured they will be back in full force in the Spring, and I did indulge in a few versions, but only the claaaassy styles! Our usual huge order of gorgeous block printed rectangles or giant squares from India on the softest cotton voile imaginable was placed. Many lovely things are on the way in here...stay tuned! I had a very successful day.
Running the real RedLipstick shop in Red Hook these last few weeks before the end of the year is mucho time consuming, and any stock I'd list here is most likely long gone. This project is on hold until January, only a few more weeks...! Thanks for swinging by! Happy Holidays, and Happy freaking New Year! 2010 has GOT to better than 2009!
Redlpstick is a boutique/shop in Brooklyn, New York...we celebrated
our 10th year with a move to a beautiful new space in Red Hook, a gorgeous, industrial seaside neighborhood. During those 10 years, I’ve set up small online shops in
various guises, became overwhelmed, and pulled them down. By the time I’ve made a webshop page for something,
it’s either mostly or fully gone from the physical shop.
SO- this blog is an exercise in efficiency and availability. Fast to post up,
and also fast to take down. We accept PayPal only. The “buy” button is
right here. When things sell out, I'll remove the buy button. We generally get new deliveries every week.
This experiment is just started, and being tweaked daily. Any questions or suggestions? Use the email in the sidebar.