Revive is a new era boutique striving to provide the latest fashion trends with exclusive pieces that will define who we are as a company and give fierce competition at affordable prices. Our mission is to evolve runway styles into redefined street fashions with a high quality customer service.
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Family owned, James & Williams Jewelers has been ornamenting fingers, wrists, lobes, and necks with designer and handmade jewelry since 1962. Charles Krypell's round-weave sterling-silver pendant hangs simply from a piece of black cord ($300), and the Honora diamond-and-pearl drop earrings dangle like ripe, freshwater oyster-formed berries upon a stem of 14K white gold ($275). Engagement ringsmiths include Simon G., Peter Storm, and Bez Ambar, with Scott Kay also lending his metal mettle to the men's cobalt wedding band ($290) and other masculine finger belts.
The scouts at Ananas Boutique fetch elegant designs and comfortable fibers from around the world, eschewing fad chasing to drape women in cuts and colors suited to each personality. Innovative designs hailing from France, Italy, Spain, and Brazil mingle with domestically forged frocks from lines such as Seattle's Prairie Underground, which weaves its casual yet chic designs with cozy organic cotton. Snug camisoles ($28–$54) are alluring on their own or beneath a stylish Idylle T-shirt ($58), and Scala fedoras ($52–$58) offer wordless support during courtships with silent film stars.
The Book Table is an independently-owned-and-operated bookshop that's been serving Oak Park for the past seven years. The brain baby of husband-and-wife team Jason and Rachel, the store gives literature lovers everything they might desire, from quality used books and publishers' overstock to the newest releases at discount prices. Satisfy an urge for popular fiction and bees with The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest ($20.95, hardcover), the latest installment in the bestselling Millennium Trilogy, or shoot over to the obscure olio with Everything Here Is the Best Thing Ever ($10.95), a short story collection by Justin Taylor. There is also a plentiful stock of paperback editions of well-loved classics, such as Moby Dick and Robinson Crusoe, as well as new graphic novel adaptations of those same literary landmarks ($7.99–$9.50). Whatever's peaking, compressing, or causing your curiosity to break out in hives, you'll find something to scratch the itch on The Book Table's numerous shelves.