When your feet hurt, your shoes are usually the first things to go. Rob and Stu Sackowitz know it doesn't have to be that way. For more than 40 years, the proprietors of The Shoe Buckle have been bringing relief to people with foot health problems with footwear that's as comfortable and therapeutic as it is stylish. Shoes from top designers such as Ecco, Dansko, SAS, New Balance, Arche, BeautiFeel, Mephisto, Thierry Rabotin, and Pas de Rouge line their shelves, giving customers a colorful selection of casual, athletic, orthopedic, and medical diabetic shoes. The shop's staffers also specialize in matching feet with hard to find sizes and fits in order to reduce foot pain, and will gladly order different styles if customers need more choices.
A family-owned business, The Accessory Warehouse maintains an ever-changing stock of fashionable frills for both men and women. With new merchandise arriving daily, the shop keeps its shelves adorned with unique, hard-to-find items, as well as products from popular brand names. Inside, customers find themselves enveloped in an oasis of style, which incorporates everything from scarves and hats to sunglasses, handbags, and jewelry.
77kids, a new children's clothing brand by American Eagle, swaddles newborns and youths up to size 14 in rock ‘n’ roll–inspired duds featuring stylish retro details. The pink Rock Sparkle hoodie ($39.50) adds an urban edge to the animal print of the Flowy ruffle-front dress ($34.50). The Rad to the Bone graphic tee ($16.50) launches playground debates about skeletal system ethics and complements a pair of Destroyed loose-fit jeans ($34.50). A baby bedecked in an All Good! footed one piece ($16.50) gets a head start on learning rock ‘n’ roll vocab such as "rad," "awesome," and "check check, one two, one two."
Bunkline Outfitter equips nature cravers for trips to camp, allowing customers to cancel marathon shopping trips by compiling all necessary wilderness gear in one website. The wheeled Coronado Duffle ($29.95) stows weather-resistant duds and sweatpants of invisibility, perfect for late-night flagpole rendezvous, in four outer compartments and one central pouch, and the Camper's Caddy, complete with drainage hole ($11.95), corrals shower supplies in a colorful mesh cylinder. Lightweight polyurethane rain jackets (starting at $39.95) deflect pelting cloud teardrops from diminutive frames. Fellow campers can graffiti the hot-dog autograph pillow's sparkly frank and tie-dye bun ($24.95) with commemorative signatures or medieval family crests. Groupon customers must call to place an order for delivery either to abodes or straight to campgrounds.
The multitalented staff at Sweet & Sassy allow girls to walk in the slippers of their favorite fairytale princesses with an array of salon and spa services. Youngsters get gussied up for special occasions, such as tea parties with stuffed animals and UN delegates, with spa packages that include colorful manicures, soothing facials, and expert makeup applications. Sweet & Sassy?s birthday celebrations treat girls aged 4?13 to themed outings such as a Pop Star party, during which the birthday girl and her friends get dolled up to film a music video, which they can take home on a DVD.
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