At Allwood Optical Boutique, licensed optician Donald Trischetta oversees an onsite optical lab that turns out lenses specialized for a wide range of tasks. Before setting his lens-crafting team to work, Donald determines his clients’ prescriptions and takes into account whether or not they strain their eyes by using a computer every day or working as a file clerk in a dollhouse. His lab is also equipped for emergency repairs of broken lenses, which it prioritizes with same-day service.
Threads for Heads is family-owned one-stop shop for accessorizing, carrying a wide enough range of hats, watches, and bracelets to complete any outfit for men, women, and children. Classy hats such as fedoras help complete dressed-up looks, and urban trends such as snapback baseball hats that feature sports logos or novelty slogans pair nicely with the colorful array of sunglasses, G-Shock watches, and a selection of adult shirts.
We are family owned and operated. We are committed to offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and prompt. Because all of our customers are important, our professional staff is dedicated to making your experience a pleasant one.
Within its 50,000-square-foot confines, Clifton Childrenswear stocks thousands of fashionable yet affordable name-brand clothing items, accessories, shoes bedding, and furniture pieces for newborns, kids, and teenagers. Color-code kids’ wardrobes with chromatic threads such as a blue-plaid dress shirt ($2.97), Gege “Angelina” stretch skinny jeans ($7.88), or a Calvin Klein onesie ($4.97). Or, stock up on school supplies such as a Spiderman roller backpack ($19.97) to ensure youngsters won’t borrow a pelican’s mouth to tote books. Clifton Childrenswear’s friendly staff will help you locate any item, be it baby pajamas, a crib, or a taffy helmet. Instead of wading through a sea of garage-sale onesies stained with the fluffy innards of bull's-eye candies, visitors of Clifton Childrenswear will get kids a wardrobe that smells fresher than a 16-year-old's bow-adorned first car parked on a driveway made of air fresheners.
Chris Halabi brings his scissors, his razors, and his 12 years of haircutting experience to his clients’ homes and offices. Fresh off a 12-year stint at Pequannock Barber Shop, Chris began making trips to the offices of businessmen, the homes of fathers and sons, and the homes of elderly and disabled clients who were unable to venture out of the house for a haircut. With a veteran’s eye and rehearsed technique, Chris sculpts handsome men’s haircuts and renders faces smooth and stubble-free with razor shaves, all while clients relax in the comfort of their chosen surroundings.