Spring Fashion Training

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Spring’s arrival in Pittsburgh generally poses exciting wardrobe challenges. Out go the heavy sweaters, jewel-toned tops and woolen coats in favor of pastels, lighter-weight jackets and a sunnier outlook. Still, you must be prepared not only for the varying temperatures of this transitional season but also to welcome new trends into your wardrobe. We poll three Pittsburgh fashion experts for their tips on what to wear for an important meeting, date night, brunch and to the big game.

Read the full story from Pittsburgh magazine here.

Fantastic Flips

flip headerAlthough foreclosure listing website RealtyTrac recently deemed Pittsburgh one of the top five most-lucrative metropolitan areas in the country for house flipping, some homebuyers are less interested in turning a profit and more interested in restoring a piece of Steel City history.

“For many people, when they find the right house it’s like meeting that perfect someone. They fall in love regardless of the condition,” says Lawrenceville resident and Realtor Sandy DeTemple.

In Lawrenceville, Edgewood and Upper St. Clair, we found homeowners working to bring pieces of Pittsburgh’s residential past into modernity.

Read my piece on historic home restoration, published in Pittsburgh magazine, here.

 

Luxury Homes Coverage

Courtesy of The Washingtonian.
Courtesy of The Washingtonian.

Nice Digs: Top Home Sales of 2012 appeared in the January 2013 issue of The Washingtonian.

French Country in the City appeared in the December 2012 issue of The Washingtonian.

A Bargain—At $5.7 million appeared in the November 2012 issue of The Washingtonian.

LivingSocial CEO Sells in DC appeared in the October 2012 issue of The Washingtonian.

A Corner of Camelot appeared in the September 2012 issue of The Washingtonian.