The inventory at Davey Jones Fireworks Superstore helps patrons celebrate holidays all year round. During the summer, they'll focus on fireworks, for example. Just as its famous namesake once ruled the water, Davey Jones Fireworks Superstore helps customers seize control of another vast ocean, the night's sky. Evenings burst to life as artillery shells soar into the heavens and explode in patterns of brilliant color. Multishot displays launch firework after firework, leaving onlookers to marvel at a choreographed dance of light and sound. Not everything in Davey Jones' large stock of pyrotechnics flies towards Earth's ceiling, however. Sparklers, fountains, and smoke balls add character to celebrations right at ground level.
At Sweet Peas Unique Gifts, racks and shelves heave under the weight of eclectic trinkets such as WoodWick candles, as well as fashionable duds and accessories including Hatley kids' apparel and Loudmouth golf attire. Women adorn necks with shimmering jewelry ($9.95–$64.95) to deflect attacks from light-averse mole people, and tots set schoolyards abuzz with stylish children's clothing and accessories ($3.95–$42.95). Handbags ($12.95–$69.95) chicly stow sundry belongings, and distinctive handmade gifts ($3.95–$39.95) outshine the craftsmanship of their footmade counterparts.
Wardrobe 360's resident fashionistas curate an ever-changing collection of threads that beg for adoring new owners. The shop's shelves groan beneath a lineup as stylish as a monogrammed unicorn, helmed by designers such as Cole Haan, Steve Madden, and Ralph Lauren. Holdings vary week to week but have recently included such items as a pair of Coach sandals ($18) and a Donald J. Pliner purse ($50). A vibrant pair of Lilly Pulitzer slacks ($15) bestows their wearer with the color and confidence to ask a peacock neighbor to return borrowed tools. The recycling-minded location also houses a sweeping selection of bags and purses, as well as jewelry, watches, and other accessories.
Bunny Patch clothes infants, toddlers, and older children in a large selection of thoroughly vetted, gently worn, high-quality attire. Available articles rotate constantly, and past baby coverings include summer digs such as a cream-and-teal outfit by Royal Child, ideal for issuing diaper-changing decrees atop sandcastle towers ($22). Older moppets blend into flowerbeds with petal-infused dresses by Lilly Pulitzer ($14), Fancy Threads ($24), and Beaux & Belles ($24). Onesies have ranged from a ruffled lavender number by Little Diamonds ($22) to Petit Ami's sky-blue pleated celebration of farming, depicting tractors and blooming fauna ($14). The boutique's assortment of shoes from designers such as Bon Bebe ($6) and Ralph Lauren ($10) protects tiny toes from harrowing trips to the market and tickle-induced cries of "Wee!"
Child1st products are specifically designed for right-brained learners, including visual and kinesthetic learners; those labeled with dyslexia, autism, Asperger's, and ADD; and those who struggle with reading comprehension. The multisensory materials are also effective with beginning readers to prevent difficulties.
The depilation artists at Brow Art 23's boutique produce carefully sculpted eyebrows and perform precision threading and waxing services. During their signature eyebrow-threading services, the boutique's technicians wield two threads over fuzzy body surfaces to pull out fine hairs or sculpt fuzz into neat shapes quickly and effortlessly. Their arsenal of eyebrow-pampering products also includes angled eyebrow brushes, stencils, and makeup to glam up bland brows and keep new looks fresh at home. Threading can also be done on other parts of the body besides the face, leaving any area smooth or remaining hair formed into the name Denise. The boutique also offers henna tattoos and eyelash extensions, rounding out its suite of beautifying services.