A diverse group of vendors converge at Serendipity Market to display their eclectic wares, ranging from vintage furniture and restyled home goods to home accents and handmade gifts, encouraging shoppers to discover their own, personalized style. Serendipity Market’s ever-changing selection of one-of-a-kind wares includes mirrors ($55) and picture frames ($10–$50). Shelves stuffed with vibrant lampshades, jewelry, and throw pillows ($20–$40) give homeowners quirky ideas for their living spaces and generals out-of-the-box ways to liven up the war room. Serendipity’s elegant candleholder set ($40) or lanterns ($40–$50) can give off an abundance of light to otherwise darkened bedrooms. Groupon holders looking for an enviable conversation piece can splurge on repainted or restyled chair ($150). The shop’s Facebook page keeps customers updated with photos of new merchandise.
Allton's Clothier, recognized nationally as a menswear retailer, ornaments clients with high-quality, contemporary suits. Clients can choose from more than 40 colors or styles in flat-front or pleated pants or a new modern fit suit. The suits at Allton's are crafted with super 150's wool, a textile woven with miniscule fibers that give the fabric a consistency on par with cashmere. The Italian wool shields flesh from year-round temperatures, making it a stylish and practical choice when attending outdoor weddings or competing in black-tie Olympic events. In addition, patrons can repair hems, subtract inches, or add on a spare sleeve with one supplementary alteration performed by Allton's experienced tailor. Groupon customers also have the option to coordinate new outfits by purchasing three ties for an additional $99 (normally a $75 value each).
Elite Feet's professional staff of runners, personal trainers, and a licensed pedorathist fit feet with customized orthotics and shoes from Adidas, K-Swiss, Asics, and more. Whether looking to run away from relay opponents or castle guard-dogs, clients can choose from a plethora of pavement pounders and street stompers lining Elite Feet's shelves. Staffers match people with their optimal foot home during a free 10-point range of motion test, analyzing gait during a monitored outdoor run and flexibility based on whether each foot can scratch its own ankle. After completing their foot analysis, injury-prone runners can sprint safely with the stabilizing Saucony ProGrid Ride 3 shoes ($94.99), while earth-conscious athletes appreciate the Brooks Adrenaline GTS 11 with BioMoGo, the world's first ever biodegradable midsole ($99.99).
Fashion meets function at Hip & Swanky, a boutique clothier that carries designer threads, jewelry, and accessories. KUT jeans, for example, pair with handcrafted Old Gringo Western boots that can be dressed up or down with a variety of tops and blouses. Dresses pay homage to the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University, and various fun wallets and jewelry accessorize outfits, much like the high heels in a football player's uniform.
A single step inside Teaoli transports tea timers and culinary explorers into an international showcase of extra-virgin olive oils, balsamic vinegars, and loose-leaf brews. Commence visits to Teaoli’s Spring Creek Village market by sidling up to the tasting bar, where knowledgeable staffers combine the emollient know-how of seasoned grovemasters with a bartender's flair for service and obsession with tiny paper umbrellas. Guide taste buds through the winding flavor trails of Teaoli's olive oils, testing samples ranging from mild arbequina or manzanillo to robust fantoia or Mission Gold Medal. Teaoli's gourmets import all of their oils and vinegars directly from the source, filling their own 375-milliliter bottles ($14.95) to ensure freshness and the presence of inspirational haikus under every cap.