Hey Sellwood area peeps/brides to be/know-it-alls:
There is (was?) a bridal shop on the corner of Milwaukee and Bybee called Tres Fabu. Are they out of business now or what? I heard a rumor they are. Their phone is still in service and message doesn't indicate they are closed. I'm in NoPo and don't want to drive to Sellwood just to find they are.
Additionally, if you are in the know with the bride-related stuff, tell me some other good places to look for a dress. Preferably NOT a big shop like David's Bridal. (vegan not necessary.)
Anyone have any experience with laser hair removal in Portland? Suggestions on good providers? People to avoid? I'm definitely more interested in experience with dermatologists and other MDs.
I am likely going to have a face-to-face interview for a job that I desperately want in the next few weeks, and I want to look sharp.
Where can a shorter (5'4) plus-sized girl (20) go to find a nice suit/jacket and perhaps a skirt/pant to match? I am drawing a blank for places to go.
P.S. I do not like anything that Lane Bryant is carrying right now.
what is the opposite of root beer?
Does anyone have them?
I'd love to hear about the bad nicknames you've overheard or people have tried to give you. It would also be amusing to list the most WASP-ish, upper crust, ivy league-ish nicknames like Trip and Kitty.
One of my grandmothers called most of us grandkids "Charlie Brown" despite none of us being a big-headed, bald kid.
Is Blink (the vision place near Clinton) as good as the 5 yelpers claim? I'm suspicious of review stacking, and I need an eye exam.
Wondering if you guys know of cheaper places to get garden starts (perhaps a farm outside of the Portland Metro area?) Hoping to get some on Sunday and finish our garden up!
In pursuit of eating lower on the food chain, I'd like to join a CSA. I found a list of them online, but I wanted to see if anyone had good or bad things to say about any of the farms. I live near Gateway Mall (corner of I-205 and I-84, basically), and I'd prefer something that isn't totally across the city.
Any suggestions, oh thou healthy veggie-eatin' DPers?