Blossom is a unique accessory boutique which caters to a wide dimension of consumers. Our demographic is not limited to a certain age. We embrace fashion and style across all ages by supplying our customers with a choice of products in various price ranges from Sterling Silver jewelry to costume pieces, handbags & scarves.
Sage green walls and wood decor. Luxurious linens. Soothing music. All of these elements coalesce at A Beautiful You to make visits to this spa calming and peaceful. A Beautiful You's massage therapists are also registered nurses who use their diverse knowledge base to excel in four different types of treatments. The team also includes a certified acupuncturist who harnesses the Eastern healing arts to help rejuvenate skin and help clients quit smoking. For those that desire more decadent services, A Beautiful You treats skin to numerous collagen, vitamin C, and seaweed facials that leave them glowing as bright as a newborn flashlight.
National Jean Company is a jean superstore supplying the New York area with a bounty of booty-flattering denim. Whether you've got a flair for flares, an addiction to cigarette jeans, or you push toward pedal-pushing pedal-pushers, National Jean Company has the stone-washed, pre-torn, or impeccable indigo of your dreams. National Jean Company's inventory name-drops a lengthy list of designer brands, including styles from JBrand ($143+), DL1961 ($126+), Recession Denim ($99+), Citizens of Humanity ($149+), Hudson ($154+), and many more. Encase your delicious leg-sausages in a stylish pair of Vintage Revolution jeans ($120+) or top off your northern hemisphere with a Pegasus rouched v-neck from Ella Moss ($94+). Once your new britches have bonded symbiotically with your nervous system, the National Jean Company's signature brand of affordable apparel ($24+) can complete the ensemble with a variety of summery solid tanks and fall-friendly plaid shirts and turtlenecks.
Emily Sky Fashions populates boutiques with chic, lively women’s wear subtly inspired by both modern sartorial trends and vintage sensibilities. Accentuate halter-tops or childhood Dracula capes with a flattering base of designer shapewear from Yummie Tummie, Spanx, and Into the Skinny ($26–$76). Shin tattoos of Aaron Burr peer proudly from beneath form-fitting pairs of Hue capri leggings ($30). Emily Sky Fashions' Sold jeans ($89–$98) artfully hug hips and butterfly-kiss the kneecaps of denim-donning damsels, and a deep vault of eclectic summer dresses ($59+) broadcasts a sunny disposition during warm days at the beach and tense negotiations with polar bears.
Diane Garetano's school—whose curriculum covers piano as well as other instruments—was an immediate success in the first year. She was renting space to accommodate her ever-expanding student body and the pianos that kept sprouting extra keys. Today, The Piano Studio for Kids imparts instrument skills at two locations. The school also has evolved in terms of technique, with instructors now incorporating even more methods built on fun, structure, and positive reinforcement. Once a year, students may elect to show off the fruits of these labors, with admission free of charge at a recital culminating in certificates, gift bags, and applause.