Warehouse Chic Accessories decorates bodies with fashionable items, scarves, and accessories in a wide array of styles and patterns. Customers can shackle wrists within the white rosettes of an antique gold-leaves bracelet ($7) or win the heart of a beloved lunch lady by hiding the topaz rhinestones of a golden ring($5) in her pan of macaroni. Nippy necks can bundle up in ruffled scarves($10), and lobes bear the load of a pair of silver coin earrings ($5). The festive feathers of a headband ($5), meanwhile, hold the capacity to attract eyes of admirers or lovesick peacocks.
DoubleTake stocks a consigned collection of top-notch knits and accessories carefully selected from designers such as Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and more. Save your neck from nudity with a floating heart necklace from Tiffany's ($58), or give your legs some stylish new sleeves by slipping on a pair of Giorgio Armani gray pants ($75). Catherine Malandrino's short-armed cashmere sweater keeps your torso wrapped in fashion ($58), while a small metallic handbag from Donald J Pliner ($70) serves as a safe haven for all your purse-worthy personals, ably repelling the snitchy grabs of passersby who want your Altoids.
Wendy and her showroom associates emphasize openness and education when it comes to purchasing a precious piece of jewelry meant to last for or beyond a lifetime. Her online guide to determining rock quality helps customers understand all the initials, abbreviations, and soothsaying associated with the sparkly stones. A quarter-carat round-cut commercial-grade diamond cluster are nestled on top of 14-karat gold posts and resemble tiny flower blossoms or a pair of eerily identical snowflakes. Sized at 3.7 mm in height and 5.25 mm in width.
Before the creative process even begins, visitors at Sunshine Gifts & Ceramic Art Studio are faced with a few choices: What shape? What about size? And what color? It's enough to unleash the meekest of imaginations. After browsing through more than a hundred raw ceramic bisques that line cubby-hole shelves, potential art-makers can then choose any combination of glazes before establishing a workspace at one of the studio's tables. Staffers standby to provide any needed guidance during the creative process, supplying things like sponges, brushes, and stencils to create a beautiful finished product. All glazes and firing costs are included in the cost of each piece, and creations are food-safe and ready for pick up in about a week.
Aetrex prizes comfort and foot health without sacrificing fashion. Their collection of pumps, sandals, boots and casual footwear with footbeds that combine Lynco arch support, memory foam, and antimicrobial technology. For precise fit and comfort, Aetrex stores house iStep measuring systems that focus 3,744 barometric sensors and 1,300 LEDs and receptors to measure each customer’s arch type and foot pressure and size. Using the information gleaned from these scans, specific Lynco orthotics are recommended to increase the comfort of any pair of shoes with their fortifying insoles, producing the sensation of walking on clouds without getting weird looks from birds.
One River School of Art and Design focuses on making art classes compelling so that anyone can experience the joy of painting a masterpiece or critiquing contemporary works. The school's art classes explore a broad range of media, while helping both kids and adults delve deeply into one specific art form or try a few new approaches. Teens can try their hands at fashion design or digital animation, adults can work on drawing or printmaking, and kids of all ages can express themselves while learning basic skills such as which paints are and aren't psychedelic.