Popular online retailer ModCloth brings its curated selection of vintage-vibe dresses (including fun and affordable options for casual brides), colorful accessories, and printed pants to Portland in a downtown pop-up. The biz, founded in a college dorm room by high-school sweethearts Susan Gregg Koger and Eric Koger in 2002, has since grown to more than 350 employees, and is now taking their wares out on the road with a five-city IRL tour.
The crew holes up at Pioneer Place until the end of July, with a slew of local designers—Hannah Naomi, Umbrella Collective, Darling Distraction, Terra Glassworks, Dea Dia, Robyn Albin, Dropcloth, Pants, and Sweet & Salty Designs—on the shelves. Shoppers can make free appointments with ModCloth stylists to help them put together snazzy outfits and make summer shopping a smidge easier in the hybrid showroom and concept store.
Plus, you’ve got a chance to shop and chat with cofounder Koger herself—she’ll be available at a special in-store event on July 20 from 7–9 p.m.
Through July 31
Pioneer Place Mall
700 SW 5th Ave
IMAGE: COURTESY OF MODCLOTH