June 17, 2009 by admin
Here’s a few of the Highlights from Salt Lake….
I found several great Vintage Clothing/Antiques Shops.
This pic is from a shop called Retro Rose. It’s located at 207 E Broadway. Everything in the shop was organized by color which I loved. Loads and loads of antiques painted all over the shop.
I also went to a new Vintage Clothing store called Misc. (pronounced Missy) which is attached to a Vintage Mondern Furniture store called The Green Ant.
I had such a great talk with Missy about how she opened her shop and owning her own business. It is so clear that having a great personality really gets you a long way as a business owner. I highly recommend her shop. She has some truly great finds ( including several great vintage bathing suits).
This and the next few pictures are sights I saw as I strolled through Downtown on my last day in Salt Lake City. So beautiful!
This Violin Making School was a definite gem. The shop windows were filled with half finished Violins. I felt like I was on one of Mr. Rogers’ field trips. No one was there, but it was clearly so full of life.
Thanks Salt Lake City for a great week! Now… on to Tempe.
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