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U.S. Trading Company’s battalion of helpful jewelry devotees adorns sparkle-less appendages with classy, dangling baubles. Outfit lonely ears with eye-catching sterling-silver earrings ($1.99–$29.99). Collarbones bask in the colorful attention of necklaces ($2.99+), which can complement T-shirt casualness or dress up gowns made out of T-shirts. Shiny circles of never-ending style encompass wrists as guests slip on slender ouroboros bracelets ($2.99–$25).
CODI Jewelry is high-fashion jewelry hand-made by 32 year-old designer, COurtney DIane Hopson.
She started the business 12 years ago making jewelry for herself as a hobby. She couldn't go anywhere without someone stopping her and asking where she got her jewelry.
Now 12 years, 3 kids and 2 stores later, CODI continues...!
Clothes and furniture find new life at Red Racks Thrift Stores. Through donations, the staffers at the store's 13 locations fill their racks and shelves with thousands of second-hand items for kids and adults, including name-brand garments from the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Levi’s, The Loft, and Donna Karan New York. They also stock furniture and other miscellaneous goods, such as books and home décor.
And something odd happens when these items arrive at checkout—the register doesn't ring up any sales tax. That's because Red Racks is a nonprofit organization, and all proceeds go to benefit the Disabled American Veterans, an organization that has advocated on behalf of veterans for more than nine decades. Red Racks' altruistic mission has proved successful so far—the inventory of each store typically turns over every 3–4 weeks.
Originally opened by owner Hillary Dutcher in Columbus, Ohio, Ivy Hill Boutique packs its cozy shop with women’s jewelry, apparel, and accessories from both well-known and emerging designers. Shoppers of every primping preference can adorn themselves in Idylle novelty tees ($48), fend off winged monkeys with a Tolani scarf ($78), and store their valuable Confederate scrip in Delux wallets ($26). Otherwise, wrap yourself in finery from Trina Turk and Susana Monaco (both starting at $70) to draw admiring stares from every passerby and envious stares from every naked passerby. Jewelry lovers, meanwhile, can bedazzle themselves with agate rings ($28), Viv and Ingrid birthstone stud earrings ($18), and David Aubrey initial necklaces ($48). One quick wallop from a Big Buddha handbag ($70 and up) is enough to dispatch up to seven shoplifters at a time, after which you can wash your hands of the whole affair with Gianna Rose soaps ($12 and up) and light a sage candle ($26 and up) in memory of your favorite Star Wars stormtrooper.
The shelves at Looking Glass Designs teem with jewelry, bags, apparel, and gifts for children and adults alike. Adorn barren wrists, lonely necks, and empty earlobes with handmade beaded jewelry sets in contemporary and antique styles. Stylish serving items include wine glasses etched with the fleur-de-lis, the national symbol of Rhode Island ($8). Recycled coffee bags come together in Sun Ministries eco-friendly totes, and each tan and gingham-patterned bag helps to send young missionaries into inner-city areas. The shop also stocks scarves ($15–$35), baby gifts and apparel ($10–$50), soy candles ($14), and natural loofah bath scrubbies ($7). For an additional fee, customers can choose to have owner Andrea Heugatter, whose needle skills helped her to win the Riverfront Times 2009 award for Best Personalized Gifts, emblazon gifts with names, personal messages, or grocery lists.
The smoke sommeliers of HSB Tobacconist curate a grand collection of fine cigars, pipe and cigarette tobaccos, shisha, and all necessary accessories. DIY rollers can peruse the stock of loose cigarette tobaccos, such as a 6-ounce bag of Custom Blends Blend 1 ($24.95), a mild mix of Virginia and Burley tobaccos that crumbles readily into the contents of a 200-count box of Texas Tubes ($3.50). Loose-pipe plumage ages in jars upon the shelves, with concoctions such as Sangria, rich with wine and fruit flavors ($3.50/oz.), and Royal Champagne, inspired by the preferred beverage of Buckingham Palace house parties ($3.50/oz.). The shop also stocks a vast array of pipes, hookahs, and lighters, ideal for igniting matches when their striking pads cease to work.
Blue Moon Activewear, which Alive Magazine rated 2010’s "Best Place to Buy Workout Gear,” stocks more than 30 top brands of practical, comfortable, stylish clothes—clothes meant to gracefully accommodate every day’s activities, be they yoga, cycling, running, or running to catch a yoga class, not to be imprisoned in a the back corner of a closet alongside the half-finished jigsaw puzzle “for tomorrow.” Some of Blue Moon Activewear’s most popular lines of tanks, pants, and pullovers include Beyond Yoga, Ion Actif, prAna, Pure Karma, Rese Pilates and Calvin Klein Performance. The boutique’s exclusive Falke line adjusts to movement and temperature as bodies bound, using European ergonomically designed technology to achieve maximum flexibility. Exercisers with an eye for color can try the Ion Actif workout jean pant in chocolate ($72) or the contrast pant in snake ($65).
Established in 1961 by master hand-engraver Richard Neustaedter, Neustaedter's Fine Jewelers glamorously frosts patrons with a dazzling cove of diamonds and pearls. Sterling hoop earrings oscillate gracefully from lobes ($188+), and mask- and tribal-themed African neckwear ($88+) connects clavicles to spirits of good fortune, prosperity, and future winning lottery numbers. Like Emerald City trapeze artists, green quartz pendants twirl rhythmically from rhodium-plated sterling-silver necklaces ($179+), and Signature Collection color stone rings ($465+) envelop fingers in a luxurious embrace.
A garden of denim, jewelry, and accessories, Pulse blooms in a corner of the Chesterfield Oaks Shopping Center. Fresh, seasonal looks from such designers as Free People, BB Dakota & Bailey 44 make up the bulk of their stock, but Pulse features more than flashy dresses, pants, and tops. Shoppers might pick up a monogram rain jacket, or a personalized growler waiting to be filled with craft beer.
The Glass Workbench?a stained-glass and glass-making specialty store?began as a family-owned enterprise in 1975. Back then, owners Glen and Joanne Bishop chose an old-style building on South Main Street to create their shrine to the age-old art of glassmaking. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the building's 2-foot-thick Burlington limestone walls enclose the shop's inventory of supplies and books about glass arts. They also house mosaic stained-glass artworks by Julie Bishop Day, Glen and Joanne's daughter, who developed the stepping-stone technique for glass decoration. Local crafters take advantage of glassmaking workshops and admire the work of the staff's resident artisans, whose custom stained-glass pieces portray nature imagery and legendary moments in history such as when Ben Franklin invented Windex.
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Mom’s Family Resale, featured on KSDK-5, circulates home furnishings, clothing, and other upscale, gently-used items into St. Louis–area homes. Upon entry, customers embark on a browsing journey through an expansive 7,500-square-foot resale zone bursting with clothing arranged by size and color, and furniture arranged by its ability to speak when its owner isn’t around. Women’s shirts ($4.99+) and skirts ($4.99+) may have originally heralded from stores such as Ann Taylor and Hollister, and children's items, including toys ($1.99+) and festooned baby headbands, sprout on shelves. French-salon-educated coffee tables ($14.99+) and wizened lamps ($9.99) join the ranks of experienced shabby-chic furniture, and a dollar-priced wing allows customers to get rid of pesky single bills clogging up their wallets.
The founders of Generation Gems started their company with one product in mind: a single bracelet for moms and grandmothers bearing all the names of their kids or grandkids. Today, they engrave all sorts of gifts for a more personalized touch, including key chains, travel mugs, and more.
At Adler's Jewelers, a team of certified gem professionals accentuates necks, wrists, and fingers with meticulously chosen diamonds and carefully arranged gemstones. Since opening its doors in 1909 with a collection of fine-cut ring toppers, the shimmer emporium has gathered an extensive selection of loose diamonds and mounting options. During personalized appointments, specialists help patrons to select optimum stones, ensuring that each customer leaves with the ideal amount of sparkle in each ring, necklace, or diamond-encrusted headband.
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The sterling-silver double-heart pendant necklace updates a classic jewelry design to reflect the sentiments of Mother's Day. Affixed to a delicate 18-inch silver chain, a heart-shaped pendant reads Mom in elegant script. A .01-carat brilliant-cut diamond adds a touch of sparkle to the lettering, like the rubies set in every o in the Constitution. The diamond is rated for H/I color and I1 clarity. The necklace's timeless style can transition seamlessly between casual and dressy occasions.