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Pawareness podcast: We have the opportunity to talk with Tori Mistick. Tori is a full-time blogger who helps pet owners achieve the best lifestyle with their pets. July 2021.

Sass Magazine: “Tori Mistick, believe it or not, has made a living off of LOVING DOGS! Could there be a better job? June 2021.

We Don’t Deserve Dogs Podcast: From the Wear Wag Repeat Podcast, it’s mother-of-Labradors Tori Mistick! Her blog is a fountain of info for pet owners, and we have an awesome conversation about rescuing a dog with special needs! May 2021.

AKC Family Dog Magazine: This article I was able to share advice from my experience working as a pet influencer for several years.  January/February 2021 edition.

The Wall Street Journal: What that Pandemic Dog Will Cost You. January 25, 2021.

Good Morning America: Burt showed off some of his separation anxiety and I demonstrated how I use a “goodbye routine” to help the dogs overcome the stress of me leaving the house. May 2, 2020.

Next Pittsburgh:  “To benefit Chow Wagon, local dog blogger Tori Mistick of Wag Wear Repeat is rallying other dog moms through a special collection in her online shop, which includes T-shirts, sweatshirts, tanks and totes.” April 2020.

Next Pittsburgh: “Award-winning dog blogger — and mom to two Chocolate Labs — Tori Mistick knows everything there is to know about the canine crowd. Last year, she launched an online shop that carries goods for discerning dog moms and their pets.” December 12, 2019.

The Anxious Rebel Podcast | Navigating Instagram Anxiety with Tori Mistick

The Mece Muse Unplugged | How To Become a Micro Influencer

Decent Exposure Part 1 and Part 2 | Killing it on Instagram

FryDays in Pgh | Batch 05: Tori Mistick on Instagram and Being a Stylish Dog Mom

Coffee with Tracey | Bringing Joy to Your Work by Defining Your Niche With Tori Mistick

Houses and Hills | Episode 10 with Tori Mistick

In the time we’ve known Tori, she has managed to grow her social media business, launch and run a successful fashion blog, and staged an Insta-coup with the double whammy of fashion and dogs. Propelle Blog, February 6, 2017.

Just Another Day, is a new series featuring normal(ish) business women. showing us how to create a career we’ve always dreamed of. First up, I’d like to introduce Tori Mistick, marketing pro and fellow dog mama. Daire Paddy Blog, August 22, 2016.

“Social media, I always tell people, you just have to treat it like a party. You want to be fun and engaging, and you just can’t talk about yourself and what you’re selling all the time,” Mistick said. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 27, 2015.

Steve Harvey takes his popular “Ask Steve” segment to the Steel City, taking questions from viewers in Pittsburgh, with the help of WTAE correspondent, Jackie Schafer.  The Steve Harvey Show, April 16, 2015.

Five years ago, Mistick left agency life behind for good, and launched Marketing with Style, a digital marketing firm that focuses on strategic planning and execution of social media campaigns. Long story short, she makes Facebook and Twitter sexy for small businesses. Pgh Collective, February 20, 2015.

Find out how social media maven, Tori Mistick – with her two adorable Chocolate Labs Lola and Lucy in tow – will spend her week. NEXTpittsburgh, October 19, 2014.

“We wanted to bring awareness to the exhibit before it leaves because a lot of people haven’t had an opportunity to see the beautiful collection,” said Tori Mistick (wearing local designer Diana Misetic), who helped organize the event. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 4, 2014.

“Eat, drink and be social,” says Tori Mistick, who was the event’s organizer and impeccably attired. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, August 3, 2014.

“I feel Emphatics was a fashion mecca,” says Tori Mistick, a member of the steering committee from Point Breeze. “It was a best-kept secret in Pittsburgh.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, June 23, 2014.

Fashion Story’s achievements are Telling: “I think the event has survived for ten years because many of the original planners and organizers have stayed committed to it and have put so much time into it,” fashion-show coordinator Tori Mistick says. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 8, 2013.

Shadyside Arts Festival continues to Excite, Delight: “The festival welcomes artists who have created some amazing items,” says Tori Mistick, director of the Shadyside Chamber of Commerce. “It brings an excitement to Shadyside every summer. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, August, 16, 2013.

“The owner of a fitness center tweets about its expansion, which is followed by an invitation: “You should join the Shadyside Chamber of Commerce. Imagine the chamber networking event we could have at your gym!” Tweeting the invitation was Tori Mistick, owner of Squirrel Hill-based Marketing with Style and Shadyside Chamber consultant, who was recruiting members in a fast, low-cost and effective way.” Pittsburgh Business Times, January 4, 2013.

Propelle Style Summit Spotlight: You know what else we’re serious about? How much we love that Tori brings her love of fashion into her business. She’s inspiring, talented, witty, hardworking and has a killer wardrobe that she does it all in. Propelle Blog, October 10, 2012.

Gwen’s Girls celebrate ‘Ten’ at the Frick Art and Historical Center. The party featured a couture fashion show that showcased the more. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 29, 2012.

Newsmaker: As a “local hero,” Mr. Sray will share his story with the community to spread the word about National Mobility Awareness Month, said Tori Mistick, a social media consultant working with Keystone Coach Works. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 18, 2012.

The Eighth Annual Pittsburgh Fashion Story. Pittsburgh Post Gazette, September 13, 2011.

The hottest ticket of the evening was snagged off the runway when True Blood eye candy Joe Manganiello made an unexpected cameo and nearly caused a riot among his swooning fans. “I guess the werewolf in him sniffed out the zombies,” mused fashion coordinator Tori Mistick. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 12, 2011.

Look-a-likes of the Royal Wedding Party including a dead ringer for Prince Harry and the Queen that Tori Mistick had discovered, “We had a contest on Facebook!” she laughed. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, May 1, 2011.

Tweets, blog mark royal wedding’s step into Internet era. Quotes: Tori Mistick, who is handling social media for Pittsburgh Botanic Garden’s “Royal Wedding Reception” fundraiser. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 4, 2011.

A fine woman of many trades in Fashion. Designer, Marketer, Social Media Guru, Event Coordinator, Stylist and Friend. Tori has been amongst the top of professionals in her city of Pittsburgh and doesn’t stop there. Style Segment, January 12, 2011.

“Tips for Successful High-Low Dressing.” Style on a Whim, September 29, 2010.

A cropped shearling aviator jacket and aviator sunglasses are two items women can take from the guys, says Tori Mistick, social media consultant and fashion blogger. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 16, 2010.

It was standing room only inside the J. Verno Studios in the South Side on Friday as more than 300 of the fashion flock came ready for a Pittsburgh Fashion Story, fashion coordinator Tori Mistick was among the who’s who settling in. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 13, 2010.

Appearance on KDKA’s Pittsburgh Today Live to promote The 7th Annual Pittsburgh Fashion Story. Tori Mistick talks about what guests can expect at the event. Pittsburgh Today Live, KDKA-TV, September 8, 2010.

Fashion is synonymous with art, and even more so in the pop culture world that Andy Warhol inhabited. the seventh annual Pittsburgh Fashion Story runway show and benefit will showcase collections from local retailers along with a dress from The Andy Warhol Museum’s archival collection.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 7, 2010.

Cause It’s Summer guest post “Shop for a Cause.” The Causemopolitan, July 1, 2010.

Plush: Holiday season glimmers with dramatic and luxurious fashion. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 18, 2009.

In the old days, power dressing meant sharp, angular lines and aggressive colors, but these days, “by not wearing a skirt suit, Mrs. Obama is really setting herself apart from previous first ladies,” said Tori Mistick, a fashion designer based in Shadyside. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 2, 2009.

For young designer Tori Mistick, the addition of a rhinestone necklace gave Mrs. Obama’s day dress a vintage feel. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 21, 2009.

Few Pittsburghers realize the number of talented local fashion designers, some born here and others who moved to Pittsburgh from elsewhere. But Tori Mistick is trying to change that. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 1, 2008.