Dear last minute holiday shopper,
This year the Rising Sun shop will be open a little later on Christmas Eve just in case you need that extra time to get those perfect gifts. The shop will be full of goodies for the denim and vintage aficionados in your life. You also can’t go wrong with our fitted tee shirts made from some of the finest soft slub fabrics in various well appointed prints and colors. If the stress of shopping is getting you down come into our humble haberdashery and enjoy a cup of hot Rising Sun coffee while you browse our wares. We are still giving away bags of our delicious, locally roasted coffees with any purchase. Our family will be here to help with your gifting needs until 8PM on Christmas Eve, Thursday December 24, 2009.
We wish you and your loved ones a very merry holiday season.
Rising Sun & Co.
107 S Fair Oaks Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
Thanksgiving is over but that does not mean the thanking stops at the Rising Sun haberdashery. Starting now come into the shop and get a half pound coffee bag of the Rising Sun Arabica blend from a local Pasadena coffee roaster, free with any purchase. While supplies last.
The free gift is shown here atop our well-loved and well-appointed shopping bag. Like everything else we do the shopping bag boasts handcrafted details to show you we mean business when we say we do things the old fashioned way. It features a pie crust edge cut at the top and adorned with a reusable woven edge Rising Sun logo tape. Perfect for putting under a Christmas tree if we may say so ourselves.
Happy holidays and thank you for your continuing support!
If you are lucky when you step into the Rising Sun & Co. haberdashery you will encounter this fantastic creature who is well versed in our fits and styles. So when you are in the neighborhood drop by and say hello to Zoey. Go crazy and talk selvage and Union Special.
Rising Sun & Co.
107 S. Fair Oaks Ave, STE. 109
Pasadena, CA. 91105
Check out this beautiful machine that is the Indian Sport Scout. It is a rigid frame motorcycle made by Indian. The company’s official history began in 1901 when founders George M. Hendee and Carl Oscar Hedstrom unveiled their prototype crowning Indian as one of the first American motorcycle manufacturers.
In 1971 Steve McQueen told Sports Illustrated in an interview about his Indian motorcycle from his younger days. “I was so proud of that Indian that I rode it over to see a girl I was dating,” he recalled. “She said, ‘You don’t expect me to ride around with you on that, do you?’ I surely did. The girl went and the bike stayed.”
The haberdashery has been up and running and designing workwear for a few years now. The shop has been open since last June and is doing well. We are finally just joining the world of blogging. Bear with us as this is a super new idea to us. Considering we spend all day with our heads buried in another era it can sometimes be hard to come back to the reality that is the new cyber world.