Stylebook: byLangley gets pop-up shop in Shadyside



ByLangley.com is taking luxury loungewear to the next level.

The Pittsburgh-based e-commerce site founded two years ago by Mollie Lang, a Fox Chapel native who now lives in Shadyside, has become a go-to site for shopping luxe pajamas and casual apparel. Now the online boutique is exclusively carrying pieces Ms. Lang designed and is looking to gauge public response with a pop-up shop at 5417A Walnut St. in Shadyside for the month of April.

“Online is where my business started, and we’re never going to take that away,” Ms. Lang said. “But when people touch and feel and try the pieces on, it’s an entirely different ballgame.”

The pop-up is in the same building as another Pittsburgh-based brand, upscale shoe line EMY MACK. The footwear collection launched by Emily Mack Jamison is handmade in Italy.

To kick off the spring and summer shopping seasons, both brands will hold a party at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. People can stop by, meet the designers, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and music and — of course — shop.

Throughout April, Ms. Lang will feature special events and trunk shows in the space to encourage shoppers to stop by.

“I really want every weekend to be something special to come in” to see, she said.

The pop-up shop’s hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays.

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Information: www.lintonswaterfront.com or 412-461-2600.

Rock It consignment sale: “Fashion so hot, you can rock it again!” That’s the slogan for the clothing sale 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Iceoplex, Southpointe. Find brand-name clothes, shoes and accessories for tweens, teens and women, as well as plus and maternity sizes. Information: www.shoprockit.com.

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Information: www.lupuspa.org.

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People can vote for their favorite outfit on Facebook, and judges will pick winners for each category from the entries with the most votes. Second-place winners will receive a $25 gift card to Goodwill and a goodie bag, and third place will get a $25 Goodwill gift card. The last day to participate is April 20, and the winners will be announced the next day.

Asbury Fine Hats spring sale hours: The hat boutique at 1505 Asbury Place, Squirrel Hill, will be open 4-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday and noon-4 p.m. Sunday for a spring sale. Fashion, casual hats and fascinators are available. Additional hours available by appointment.

Information: Asbury Fine Hats on Facebook or 412-651-8229.

Trunk show at Brooks Brothers, Downtown: A special-order specialist will be in the store at 600 Smithfield St. through Saturday. Discounts will be offered. Schedule an appointment at 412-471-2300. Walk-ins are welcome.

Information: www.brooksbrothers.com.

Heart of the Earth grand opening celebration: The former site of the Shadyside Mining Co., 738 Copeland St., now has a new name, Heart of the Earth Shadyside, and owner — former manager and jewelry designer Grace Betancourt Jones. Shadyside Mining Co. rocks and natural history pieces are still in the space.

The changes will be commemorated with an opening event with jazz and refreshments on Thursday. Information: Heart of the Earth Shadyside on Facebook or 412-688-8088.

Fashions for him featured at Larrimor’s, Downtown: Suits by Hickey Freeman — known for elegant fabrics and comfort — will be at One PNC Plaza 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday. Complete his look with American-made footwear, designed with premium leathers and cork-fused soles, by Allen Edmonds, which will be in the store Thursday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Information: www.larrimors.com or 412-471-5727.

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SCHEE shoes spring cleaning online sample sale: The fashion-forward shoe line headquartered in Cranberry is making room for new styles with a month-long spring cleaning sale. Visit www.whoisschee.com to shop the collection at significant savings.


For more from PG style editor Sara Bauknecht, check out the PG’s Stylebook blog at www.post-gazette.com/stylebook. Follow her on Twitter @SaraB_PG. To have a fashion or style event considered for Stylebook, send listing to sbauknecht@post-gazette.

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