Merry May Shoppe Launches Online Store

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Big Brain and Best of Phoenix award winner Ashley Eaton has had a busy summer. Instead of toting around town her 1961 Shasta Airflyte trailer that's full of girly vintage finds, she's been busy indoors creating an online home for Merry May Shoppe.

The online version of the mobile boutique launched today at www.shopmerrymay.com, offering fall and winter duds for women, with yet-unfinished sections for menswear and home goods.

See also: - Big Brain 2012 Finalist: Ashley Eaton - Best Mobile Vintage Shop: Merry May Shoppe - Marked: Ashley Eaton's "Be Kind"

Eaton also announced that her mobile vintage shop will be out and about this fall, with stops at Chow Bella and Roosevelt Row's Pie Social at the Ro2 Lot on Saturday, November 3, and the Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market at WestWorld of Scottsdale on Saturday, November 10.

Keep tabs on Eaton's Merry May Blog for updates on events and new additions to the store.

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