What's happening in Pittsburgh fashion: Boutique holiday sales, Pittsburgh Dad goes to the mall and more

Written by Sara Bauknecht on .

Curt-WoottonPittsburgh Dad can help with your holiday shopping this weekend.

The days until Christmas are ticking away, but how about the names on your shopping list? 

Here are some events happening across Pittsburgh this weekend to inspire you to hit the stores!

Fill-A-Bag holiday sale at Dress for Success Pittsburgh: From 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday and Friday, fill a big with new and gently used professional fashions and accessories for a $20 donation. Bring a friend and receive a goody bag. There will be hourly giveaways and surprises, too. It's on the fifth floor of the Warner Centre, 332 Fifth Ave., Downtown. 

Information: 412-201-4204.


e.b. Pepper holiday celebration: The women's boutique at 5411 Walnut St., Shadyside, invites you to welcome its new second-floor neighbor yeni with a champagne celebration and fashion preview. On Friday and Saturday, a sampling of yeni's accessories, jewelry and more will be available for special purchase before its grand opening. 

Information: e.b. Pepper on Facebook or 412-683-3815. Learn more about yeni at


Feathers holiday sale: Give the gift of home comfort this season (or perhaps pick up some things to dress up your home for guests). Until Christmas, stop by 5408 Walnut St., Shadyside, for $50 off each $250 purchase of Yves Delmore bed and bath linens and save 20 percent on select bed, bath and table linens by Sferra. Select down comforters and bed pillows also will be marked down. 

Information: or 412-621-4700.


Meet Pittsburgh Dad at The Mall at Robinson: From 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday on the upper level near Macy's, The Mall at Robinson will welcome Curt Wootton (a.k.a. Pittsburgh Dad) and director Chris Preksta for a "Meet-n-Greet N'at." Photos and autographs will be free. Plus, there will be Pittsburgh Dad merchandise for sale. 

Don't know who Pittsburgh Dad is? Watch his 'Burgh-centric "dadisms" here

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