Our weekend started off with going to see this guy, because we sure do miss him.
We had a great weekend just hanging out around OKC, and spending time together. On our way back to Texas Sunday, we made a detour over to Tishomingo to go to this place……
The Pink Pistol!!!! We have been trying to get by here on our trips up there, but would never make it during their store hours. Now that they are open on Sundays, we put it on the list to do this weekend. It was a great detour that was well worth it.
The road trip to Tishomingo and the town itself are so “vintagey” (I know that isn’t a real word, but that is how I felt while there). It’s a small town in the middle of the country, with one main street. Because it was such a vintage feel, I decided to through it back with some Polaroids of the store itself. Nothing like traveling back to a simpler time!
The pink and white awning grabs your attention once you hit town. Then the window displays are amazing. They were so inviting, and we just stood there looking at all the details like it was Macy’s Christmas window. There was so much detail and imagination put into them.
Once inside there is something to been seen from the ceiling to floor and in every corner. The displays are fantastic! They have used old furniture, truck beds, shelving, just about anything quirky and cute. I knew that Junk Gypsy’s helped out, and you could see their flair in there as well. I love the styling of those 2 girls, and that combined with Miranda Lambert made for a great store with Attitude! Just take a peek of what was inside!
Before you leave though you have to stop off at the soda bar to get a soda, float, or the signature “pink pistol” drink.
This fun little detour had our daughter feeling like a princess for a few hours! She has been dying to get by there, so this made her day.