Pittsburgh girls have style and they do it on a budget! Whether they are still living in the city or bringing their style to another place, Pittsburgh girls know how to bargain hunt and look fabulous! Liz, a 27 year-old teacher from Pittsburgh talks about her style, her best bargain, and that dream purchase!
What is one word to describe your style?
Resourceful- I tend to wear a lot of the same pieces many different ways. I also am great at finding deals on pricier items!
What are your wardrobe staples?
My wardrobe staples are colorful pencil skirts , long cardigans, wedges or riding boots, and I love to accessorize with jewelry. My favorite jewelry designers that I wear regularly are Kendra Scott and Regina Pierallini.
What is one piece of fashion you could never pull off?
As much as I wish this were not so, I can’t pull off hats very well. They just seem to look awkward on me, but cute on everyone else.
What is your favorite clothing season (fall, winter, spring, summer)?
My favorite clothing season is definitely fall. I love to wear my summery dresses with cardigans and boots.
What stores do you regularly shop in?
I love to shop at New York and Company, J Crew, Ann Taylor, and I have found some very cute dresses recently at JCPenney. My go-to store for casual clothing is Lululemon. I love to score a great deal, so wherever I shop I always use promo codes and coupons.
What was the best deal you ever found?
The best deal I ever found was probably my prom dress. I found it on the clearance rack for twenty-five dollars, and I LOVED it!
If you were given $1000 and could splurge on one item of clothing/shoes/purses/jewelry, what would you buy?
My splurge item would definitely be a pair of diamond solitaire earrings. They are a timeless classic piece of jewelry every girl should own, and they’ll hold their value.