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Fashion FYI: Little Earth plans first factory sale

| Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
This Pittsburgh Penguins chev-stitch weekender will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
LITTLE EARTH PRODUCTIONS
This Pittsburgh Penguins chev-stitch weekender will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
This custom Terrible Towel example will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
LITTLE EARTH PRODUCTIONS
This custom Terrible Towel example will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
This Pittsburgh Steelers pet jersey will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
LITTLE EARTH PRODUCTIONS
This Pittsburgh Steelers pet jersey will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
This Pittsburgh Pirates hoodie purse will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
LITTLE EARTH PRODUCTIONS
This Pittsburgh Pirates hoodie purse will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
This Pittsburgh Steelers bowling shirt will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
LITTLE EARTH PRODUCTIONS
This Pittsburgh Steelers bowling shirt will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
This Pittsburgh Steelers military shirt will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
LITTLE EARTH PRODUCTIONS
This Pittsburgh Steelers military shirt will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
This Pittsburgh Steelers 'Steel Beam' Terrible Towel bowling will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.
LITTLE EARTH PRODUCTIONS
This Pittsburgh Steelers 'Steel Beam' Terrible Towel bowling will be one of the items available at the Little Earth Productions' factory outlet sale, Dec. 9-10, at the company's Pittsburgh South Side location.

Factory sale open to the public

For the first time, Little Earth Productions, 2400 Josephine St., Pittsburgh's South Side is having an open-to-the-public factory sale from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dec. 9 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 10.

“This is the first time we have had a factory sale since we moved to the South Side,” says Little Earth president Ava DeMarco. “This is a great opportunity for customers to check out our wide array of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates accessories, apparel and pet items, just in time for the holidays.”

Little Earth makes licensed handbags, accessories, apparel and pet items for all NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA teams as well as more than 60 colleges and universities. Customers will be able to order custom Terrible Towels.

Details: 412-471-0909 or shop.littlearth.com

Light Up Night

Downtown Greensburg will celebrate a Light Up Night with shopping, food and free carriage rides on Dec. 7. Most of the stores and shops will be offering discounts or specials and snacks and refreshments from 5 to 9 p.m. The carriage rides circling the area, courtesy of the city of Greensburg, will be available from 6 to 8 p.m. The Speals on Wheels food truck will be on site for shoppers who can then get dessert at the newly opened McFeely's Gourmet Chocolate on Pennsylvania Avenue

“It will be a perfect evening to celebrate the season and do some holiday shopping,” says Mary Wilmes, owner of Penelope's at 121 S. Pennsylvania Ave. “There are wonderful businesses in this area.”

Details: 724-838-7030

Holidays, 2 ways

The Gilded Girl Beauty Emporium, a boutique selling a wide selection of cosmetics, skin care and fragrances, at 5104 Butler St., Lawrenceville is having a Holidays, 2 Ways event from 7 to 9 p.m. Dec. 7. Learn classic and on-trend holiday beauty looks perfect for everything from family dinners to work parties. Cost is $25.

Details: 412-4500578 or thegildedgirl.com

Arts ‘N Drafts

Rivertowne Brewing, 5578 Old William Penn Highway in Export is hosting the Arts ‘N Drafts Handmade Market Holiday Edition from 2 to 8 p.m. Dec. 9. Shop from a wide selection of vendors and help raise money for The Proper Pit Bull.

Details: 724-519-2145 or myrivertowne.com

Pop-up shop

The A Made + Found Holiday Pop-Up Shop is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 10 at Ace Hotel Pittsburgh, 120 S. Whitfield St., East Liberty. More than 35 regional vintage and handmade vendors will be selling everything from handwoven clothing to lingerie, loungewear, jewelry and leather goods.

Details: 412-361-3300 or acehotel.com/pittsburgh

Sip and Sample

The Sip and Sample with Let It Shine Styles is from 1 to 3 p.m. Dec. 10 at 2909 Brownsville Road, Brentwood. Learn about a revolutionary hair-care brand — Monat products. The event is free, but pre-registering is recommended.

Details: 412-882-2400

Hair it is

The Natural Hair Blowout Series is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 11 at 549 Beaver St., Sewickley. Learn proper blow drying and styling techniques tailored specifically for your natural hair client. Tickets are $50.

Details: eventbrite.com

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