Healthy Home Market, like a Johnny Appleseed minus the questionable vagabond image, spreads health products throughout the Charlotte area. Delve into FruitaBü dried-fruit snacks, available in a variety of flavors ($4.31 for eight in the 0.4-ounce size), or re-enact your favorite Saved by the Bell emotional breakdown with an array of vitamin options, with Garden of Life vitamins for both men and women ($39.95 for 120 capsules). Healthy Home Market has grocery items such as cereal, snacks, and granola bars from Garden of Life, while deep-sea-diving daredevils can unwind with a medicinal tea from Daily Detox ($9.95 for 30 bags).
Peek-A-Boo Couture, an "elite children's clothier," helps guardians to gussy up youngsters ranging from newborns to teens in accessories and clothing that accentuates what makes each child special. Pintsize fashionistas can don vibrant flower headbands, which are perfect for baby announcements or attracting curious hummingbirds. The sociable staff also helps shoppers to navigate racks overflowing with frilly pageant dresses, whimsical animal-print onesies, and vintage dresses, all hanging in a bright, airy boutique with hardwood floors and pink accents.
An upscale consignment boutique that offers you, the consignor, a well-displayed showroom for your shopping and consigning pleasure. We are here seven days a week for shopping and Monday through Friday for consigning. Our store consists of three separate rooms and over 3200 sq ft of shopping fun! Please see below for pict
Brow Lounge's skin-smoothers use organic and high-end waxes to clear men's and women's bodies of hair, customizing their approaches to suit skin of varying sensitivity. In extensive depilation services, staff transform Grouch Marx brows into artfully arched eye awnings ($15), mow upper-lip lawns ($9), or bulldoze underbrush with a Brazilian ($60). Man-hair can be cleared from backs ($40+), chests ($40+), and stomachs ($10) to reveal once-obscured tattoos of obsolete Southeast Asian countries. Inside Brow Lounge, chandeliers cast warm light over newly hairless patrons and shelves stocked with face-enhancing makeup. Groupon-holders get 10% off such mineral-based items as liquid foundations ($28–40), pressed foundation powder ($30), and bronzers ($16–$39).
When discussing the inspiration behind Avalilly's Boutique with reporters from Lake Norman Woman magazine, Emily Haggart explained that she "had a love of fashion from the day she was born." Armed with her keen, evolving aesthetic sense and a sharp entrepreneurial mind, Emily fills her shop with rotating seasonal inventory of designer clothing.
A trio of mannequins garbed in vibrant dresses, necklaces, and scarves greets visitors to Emily's shop. Inside, a kaleidoscope of colors dangles from racks, making up an array of tops, bottoms, and coats from names such as Joe's Jeans, Michael Stars, and Alice & Olivia. Stacks of crisp blue designer jeans line the shelves while ornamental display trees glimmer with bangles, earrings, and rings that entice the eye.
Spurred by her own shoe addiction and a desire to escape the finance industry for a job that gave her more time to raise a family, Lisa Moyer founded The FaSHOEnista in the fall of 2010. Lisa loves working alongside her neighbors at Sanary Alba boutique and the eight other specialty shops inside the historic Ashley Carol house.