350 Beaver Street
Sewickley, Pa. 15143

Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm,
Open til 7pm on Wednesday and Friday   Closed Sunday

Welcome to Spoiled Chics. 

We're so happy that you've found us. SAME NAME. NEW LOOK.

Spoiled Chics (we just dropped 'the Boutique') offers unique lines of fashion that are all at once current, trendy and classic at price points that will fit everyone's budget.


We personally select every piece of jewelry, bags, accessories and apparel which we try to present in a fun, comfortable and ever-evolving showroom environment. And as we are an ever changing work in progress, we welcome your input, suggestions, thoughts and comments. For example, what do you think about adding a few things in our collection for your man?  an on-line Ecommerce presence?  Refillable gift cards?
We are headed that way......


Meanwhile, we invite you to peruse our website for an overview about what you can expect to see at our brick and mortar location at 350 Beaver Street in the heart of Sewickley.  We love hand picking every single item in our collection and we hope you will too. Let us be your personal stylists for thorough service and sound advice for style and fashion.

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Cora DeLoia and Randy DeLoia

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After 15 years as partners, sister/partner, Carina Perrone recently decided to pursue new interests and leave the cold Pennsylvania weather for North Carolina, and it was at this time that I decided that it was a good time for the store to change direction as well.

The challenge was to create a lifestyle focused retail experience for customers that felt comfortable and timeless. The new logo, designed by Brooklyn-based graphic designer Brooke Bamford, utilizes a clean, distinctive font  which will be featured on the store’s labels, stamps, packaging and marketing efforts. Through a collaboration with interior designer April McBain of No Good Riding Hood,  the renovation features artistic decorative details following the theme of “Green and Clean”.  McBain used black and white new and recycled paint on the walls and furniture. The floor is covered with kraft paper decoupage, and this visual identity continues behind the cash wrap with a large mosaic of mirror shards and found objects. Salvaged doors from the 18th century home of a West End riverboat captain shape the new dressing room. www.nogoodridinghood.com “Using repurposed fixtures and materials for display keep the design elements relevant and modern,” says DeLoia. “One of my favorites, a painted and distressed black and white cash wrap, was an original piece from the old downtown Joseph Horne Co. I love the look and feel of vintage made fresh.” 

Here is how it all started.....