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#HereWeGo The best black & gold gear you can buy from local businesses

Support the home team and shop local for Pittsburgh Steelers gear

by Carly Luitgaarden
November 20, 2020

If we have anything to look forward to in 2020, it’s watching the Steelers play on Sundays. You can cheer the Steelers all the way to the Super Bowl this season while also supporting local businesses. From T-shirts and ornaments to Pittsburgh-themed gifts for your pet, here is a list of 12 local businesses that sell the best of things black and gold. Plus, all of these local businesses offer online shopping.

This SPORTS tee from Wildcard

Lucky for us, all Pittsburgh team colors are black and gold, so why not knock out all of your team spirit with one hilariously generic tee? Find this clever tee, among many others at Wildcard, a gift shop located in Lawrenceville. The shop is filled with collectibles for the Yinzer at heart. Shop Wildcard for all things T-shirts, greeting cards, pins, and more. They have items for inside jokes only a real Pittsburgher would understand.

This champions, bridges and steel tee from Commonwealth Press

Head over to Commonwealth Press, located in Mount Lebanon and online, to get your Pittsburgh gear this season. This City of Champions and Bridges and Steel tee is among countless designs this small business has to offer. Commonwealth Press has been making tees for over 10 years and is proud to provide the community with creative and original designs for every season.

These hair scrunchies from a local artist

If you’re a Steeler fan who loves to accessorize, these Pittsburgh hair scrunchies are perfect for you. Purchase a set of scrunchies on Etsy from local seller Scrunchies by Bri Bro. This seller has countless styles, so you’ll be sure to find one that fits your aesthetic.

This immaculate t-shirt from Make Believe

Pittsburgh artist Make Believe has captured what is arguably one of the greatest moments in Pittsburgh football history on this Immaculate t-shirt. This is just one is one of many Pittsburgh-themed shirts from Make Believe.

This Steelers face mask by Lucy Louie Sewing

Cheer the Steelers to victory and tailgate at a safe distance while wearing this Steelers face mask by local Etsy shop Lucy Louie Sewing. Whether you love the Steelers, or just Pittsburgh in general, this Etsy shop has the mask for you.

These yinzer ornaments from Pittsburgh Pottery

Decorate your tree this season with these handmade Pittsburgh ornaments. These fun and decorative black and gold ornaments are perfect for the Pittsburgher who has lived here their whole life and for those you want to welcome to the city. Pittsburgh Pottery also makes handmade Pittsburgh themed mugs, shot glasses, and spoon rests.

A yinzer sticker pack from PeachandHoneyco.

Tailgate in style this season by decorating your thermal in Pittsburgh-themed stickers. This sticker pack is made by local Etsy shop, PeachAndHoneyCo. This pack includes four stickers that will give you some extra black and gold pride.

This dog bandana and matching scrunchie from Bandanas For Rescues

What is better than cheering on the Stillers and helping pups in need? Grab your pup this adorable Steelers bandana from local Etsy shop Bandanas for Rescues. For every purchase made, this shop donates a bandana to a local rescue. Purchase their matching scrunchie to twin with your pup on game day!

These Pittsburgh cookies – Deitz Treatz

Deitz Treatz cookies are not only adorable, they are absolutely delicious! These custom, made-to-order cookies are fun and will make the perfect statement for your tailgate and Super Bowl party. Hurry and reach out to book via Instagram, her calendar fills up quick!

This Yinzer tee by The Hole in the Web

Head dahntahn and make a statement in this Yinzer tee. This tee is perfect for all Pittsburgh sports and is made by local seller The Hole in the Web. This shop has several other designs, so you are sure to find one that fits your black and gold style.

A custom-made print from HOUSE15143

Have a print made for the perfect Pittsburgh housewarming present, and get one for your own family room, too! House15143 specializes in creating custom Pittsburgh-centric art prints that are perfect for anyone in the 412. If you haven’t stopped by House15143 in Sewickley, be sure to put it on your must-visit list. When you enter House15143 you feel right at home, as the shop is full of unique home decor and Pittsburgh-themed gifts.

These football-themed dog treats from Three Dog Bakery

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While you’re snacking on Steeler Sunday, throw your dog a bone, too! Three Dog Bakery, located in Sewickley, is full of adorable handmade dog treats. Stop at Three Dog Bakery to treat your pup to cute treats and a new collar.

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Carly has lived in the Pittsburgh area all of her life and is the owner of, a fashion and lifestyle blog that gives trend inspiration on a budget. She graduated from with her master’s degree in communications and has a passion for writing. Some of Carly’s favorite things to do include shopping at local boutiques, DIY crafts and projects, and going on adventures with her Newfoundland, Samson.

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