Photo by Zachary Jumba via the Pittsburgh Beautiful app

This holiday season, we decided to create a series about shopping locally for everyone on your list. Each week, we’ll feature a fresh list of boutiques and stores in the area. This week, here are five items perfect for dad.

1. A 412 Hoodie 

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412 was born back in 2007, with the hopes to create a brand that celebrated Pittsburgh’s up-and-coming generation of professional athletes and cultural creators. Now, there are t-shirts, hoodies and more. A dad from the ‘burgh will enjoy their warm and cozy hoodies. For more information on 412, click HERE.

2. A cardigan from Vestis

Pittsburgh Holiday Shopping

Vestis sells high-quality menswear in Lawrenceville. Buying a cardigan from Vestis not only assures great quality, it’s a great piece to purchase in honor of Mr. Rogers. Hopefully it will inspire your family to always be kind. For more information on Vestis, click HERE.

3. A sportcoat from Larrimor’s

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This family-run shop was founded in 1939 and carries high-end designer duds for both men and women. Their sport coats for men are a splurge, but worth it. They’re made from materials like pure Italian cashmere. For more information on Larrimor’s, click HERE.

4. Fun socks from Trim Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Holiday Shopping

Trim Pittsburgh sells lots of fun and whimsical socks. There’s some with Mr. Rogers on them, Pens socks, holiday ones and more. Trim Pittsburgh is located near Shadyside. The modern space is ideal for dads who may be fathers but still love being hip. For more information on Trim Pittsburgh, click HERE.

5. A vintage piece from Highway Robbery Vintage

Pittsburgh Holiday Shopping

This fun shop sells fashionable clothes and accessories from the 1950s through ’90s. Grabbing dad a piece from this South Side store is a fun way to say happy holidays. Their collection of vintage t-shirts from the ’80s and ’90s is pretty incredible too. For more information on Highway Robbery Vintage, click HERE.

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