Apparel in Denver


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  • Kismet
    Kismet bestows bodies with designer apparel and jewelry designed by local artists, and bedecks dwellings with affordable décor. The chic boutique stocks an expansive and ever-changing lineup of brands, including cardigans, wraps, and other tuna melts by Wooden Ships ($32–$75) and handbags by Shiraleah ($36–$78). Necklines shimmer in jewelry by local artist Christy Lea Payne, such as the bronze dog tag ($46), while earlobes glimmer with sterling-silver peacock earrings by Dream Mullick ($55). Infuse homes with French flavor with Quality Time's C'est La Vie wall ornament ($42), proudly announcing to visitors a casual indifference to their muddy feet.
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    3640 W 32nd Ave
    Denver, CO US
  • DUMMY ADDRESS
    Called “fun and fashionable” by Examiner.com and “fun for your wrist” by The Diego Files, Tikkr’s stylish, water-resistant timepieces have been popping up on wrists all across the globe. These colorful watches were dreamed up by Cory Stout during a trip overseas, who told Adored Austin that the idea chose him. Of the trip, he said, “On my last day [in China], I went to this underground mall to grab some gifts.” It was there that he found the watch that inspired his timekeeping revolution. Stout’s fashion-forward watches are outfitted with minimalistic white or black faces that display only the hours of 12 and 6 and rest atop a stainless-steel back plate engraved with a special Tikkr message. Each Tikkr watch face can be dropped into 23 flexible silicone watchbands, which pop in funky colors such as glow in the dark, El Diablo red, and Anti-Establish Mint. These vibrant, interchangeable bands help trendsetters match their watch to any outfit and prevent them from getting lost within a jungle of arm hair. The durable Tikkr tickers have been seen gracing the wrists of everyone from professional athletes to beauty queens, but when asked by Adored Austin who he'd gladly give a Tikkr watch to, Stout promptly replied "Zack Morris from Saved By the Bell."
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    500 16th Street Mall
    Denver, CO US
  • Epic Wear
    EpicWear doesn’t have the outrageously expensive marketing budget of a multinational fashion firm, so the plucky U.S.-based company relies on the quality of their work to speak for itself. Their team of optical engineers kick off the process, building two types of high-tech lenses: a polycarbonate blend that delivers distortion-free depth perception, or a polarized lens with an 8-layer hard finish for extra scratch protection. Both deflect glare and block 100% of UV rays without distorting images on the other side of the sunglass. Next, designers and craftsfolk take over, drawing up a slew of rugged, sleek, or classic frames. So far, their efforts have resulted in everything from a futuristic wraparound Elipse—ideal keeping eyes dust free during biking or beach sports—to a classic Aviator frame that mimics the look of fighter pilots or the lawyers in the Lindbergh trial.
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    1560 Blake Street
    Denver, CO US
  • Jackson's All-American Sports Grill
    Sit down with a simple sandwich or salad — Jackson's All-American Sports Grill caters to those craving an all-American meal. No need to miss out on Jackson's All-American Sports Grill just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has loads of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. If you have a large group out celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or other milestone, Jackson's All-American Sports Grill is a great pick for large parties with its spacious layout. Take it nice and easy at Jackson's All-American Sports Grill, where casual dress is the rule of the day. For easy dining, Jackson's All-American Sports Grill provides convenient parking in a connecting lot. The grub at Jackson's All-American Sports Grill is also a downright bargain — most people can chow down for less than $15.
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    1520 20th St
    Denver, CO US
  • Fusion Federation
    The exciting collections at Fusion Federation can transform an everyday look into something special. Colorful floral dresses encourage creativity and fun; blouses and skirts with sleek lines or feminine frills fill out wardrobes for work, parties, and casual dates with friends. Patrons can accessorize their outfits with chic belts that add definition and bags that add elegance or bohemian flair. Shoes are available for perusal as well, including stilettos and pumps designed for formal events and cork wedges suitable for trendy water-skiing competitions.
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    3875 Steele Street
    Denver, CO US
  • Jewelry At The Square
    Jewelry At The Square sells a fusion of southwestern, modern, and Native American jewelry designs. Owner Moe Shawar runs the newly opened store, which specializes in gemstone-studded earrings, bracelets, and necklaces to suit nearly any budget. Examples of the store's wares are a long-strand onyx necklace and an opalite ring. The shop sets baubles in gold or sterling silver, or in a mixture of both—like the medal that was custom-made for the first Siamese twins to come in first and second in the long jump.
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    1423 Larimer St.
    Denver, CO US

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