Apparel in Annandale


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  • Comfort One Shoes
    Before Comfort One Shoes' sole experts are allowed to fit a single shoe to a customer's foot, they must graduate from Comfort One University and undergo a mentorship process. It's only then that they can help shoppers find their desired footwear, whether it be lace-up Ziera boots, On running shoes with CloudTec technology, or Thierry Rabotin shoes, handmade without uncomfortable, rigid components. Alongside men's and women's footwear, the shop stocks an assortment of bags and accessories such as colorful iPhone cases from Triple C Designs that protect phone exteriors and conceal scratches from the last time you transformed into a werewolf. Comfort One Shoes also seeks to better the world through creative philanthropic efforts, such as collecting 25,000 shoes for those without and offering their employees half their pay and time off to volunteer in the community. Perhaps such initiatives are part of the reason Comfort One Shoes earned the National Shoe Retailers Association’s Retailer of the Year Award in 2011.
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    11920 Grand Commons Ave
    Fairfax, VA US
  • Potomac River Running Store
    A regular fixture on the top-50 running-stores list published annually by Running Insight, Potomac River Running is a family-owned business of running enthusiasts and professional coaches who aim to spread a joy of running and walking around the Washington, DC, area. Focused on providing a fun and welcoming environment for people of all fitness levels, Potomac offers brand-name footwear and apparel for feet and the bodies attached to them. The custom shoe-fitting process begins with an iStep foot scan and a video gait analysis to analyze your step and the shoe that would best complement it. Once toe-holders have been measured and monitored, slide them into a pair of running or walking shoes ($80–$180), and then top off your lower half with running shorts ($25–$40) or cloak your supra-belt region in a shirt ($20–$120).
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    3924 Wilson Blvd
    Arlington, VA US
  • Covet
    Located on the top floor of a 100-year-old farmhouse , Covet is a hybrid store and art gallery, showcasing both a constantly refreshed variety of handmade items from jewelry to furniture, and a collection of original artwork by local artists. Owners Sabrina Cabada and Autumn Clayton have arranged an assortment of accessories and objects d'art with home accents such as a Flight of the Conchords magnet set ($12) and jewelry such as the vermeil and amethyst earrings by ADMK ($90), which naked earlobes will swoon over. A chair by Darling Octopus ($250) can reinvent a living room and a Scrabble tile pendant ($13.75) expresses an allegiance to board games where two to four players score points by spelling their favorite part of the human circulatory system.
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    5140 Wilson Blvd
    Arlington, VA US
  • Shoes by Lara
    Shoes by Lara festoons feminine feet in designer footgear appropriate for both everyday wear and elegant occasions. Slip toes into stylish stilettos from designers such as Nine West ($29–$69), Anne Klein ($29–$69), or Franco Sarto ($29–$59). By cushioning arches in soothing soles by Naturalizer and Easy Spirit ($39–$59) specially designed for comfort, feet can stay fashionable even on long walks to the office or Olympic long jumps to the grocery store. Toes with an eye for the upscale can opt to put this Groupon toward more indulgent heel shields with runway fashions from Jimmy Choo ($298+) or Balenciaga ($298+), and a wide range of equally opulent ankle adorners are on sale daily for smart shoppers who prefer to pair their penny loafers with a bit of penny pinching.
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    1622 Crystal Square Arc
    Arlington, VA US
  • Princess Jewelers
    The readers of Washingtonian magazine voted the family-owned Princess Jewelers "Best Jewelry Store" in 2008, winning the company well-deserved notice for the careful, custom craftsmanship of its talented, certified jewelers. Two elegant showrooms display engagement and wedding rings set with diamonds or semiprecious stones, as well as earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and cufflinks that make a glittery gift for significant others or surprised trick-or-treaters. The company imports a large inventory of loose gemstones and diamonds, which may be fashioned into original designs or replicas of pieces in photographs, and jewelers can also restore damaged pieces to their previous beauty and wearability. On-site graduates of the Gemological Institute of America are capable of identifying legitimate gemstones by scent alone, using their bling-based expertise to appraise customers' new and antique jewelry and assist them through each step in the selection of a quality showpiece.
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    529 Maple Ave W
    Vienna, VA US
  • Torquoise Canyon
    Turquoise Canyon adorns necks, ears, wrists, and end tables with an array of authentic Native American jewelry, pottery, and accessories, assembled by artisans dedicated to the beauty and sustainment of Native American art. Enhance your ring finger's aura with a handcrafted zuni opal ring ($23), or guard against Pat Sajak-related night terrors with a Navajo dream catcher necklace, crafted from sterling silver and turquoise ($68). A set of pottery earrings beautify ears with hand paintings and fired shards inspired by authentic Acoma pottery designs ($39+), while a life-size Navajo handcrafted clay pot provides a safe place to store them ($247). Aside from carrying everything from belt buckles, bolo ties, and pendants, to kachinas and stone sculptures, Turquoise Canyon boasts membership to the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, which fosters the protection and preservation of authentic Native American artwork.
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    2824 Norborne Place
    Oakton, VA US
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