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Voted Best Dry Cleaners by GoErie.com six years in a row, Thrifty Dry Cleaners gently exorcises dirt demons with a waterless, odorless, DF2000 solvent. Treat tarnished threads to same-day drop-off and pick-up service (available Monday through Friday), whether you're exiling Easter-egg stains from a spring skirt ($5.40), blasting pumpkin-pie blemishes from a fall blazer ($6.60), or removing reindeer saliva from your best winter coat ($13+). Thrifty Dry Cleaners also replaces any lost or broken buttons at no additional charge, and boasts a convenient drive-thru window at its Pine Avenue location.
Brimming with jewelry and accessories made by the hands of local crafters, Shabby2Chic outfits wardrobes with a constantly shape-shifting collection of stylish hats, scarves, belts, and more. Draw attention away from misguided facial tattoos with a handmade necklace-and-earring combination ($22) or pay homage to spring with a vibrantly hued floral-themed broach ($14). A round, silvery ring wraps ring fingers in a constant embrace without skin harming materials such as nickel or lead ($8) and an energetically spangled purse shelters billfolds, makeup cases, and scale models of dresser drawers ($20). Shabby2Chic Boutique also carries a consistently rotating selection of consignment items to fill in gaping wardrobe holes.
The Sassy Peacock outfits fashionable women with a stylish assortment of hand-selected garments and accessories in a wide range of sizes, from petite to plus size. Arming its aesthetic arsenal with top brands, such as Talbots, Chico's, and Coldwater Creek, the consignment boutique restocks its trendy inventory with the frequency of a supermarket speed-dating aisle, instilling impeccably organized racks with fresh fashions, such as Old Navy jeans ($10.99) and shirts from The Limited ($11.99). Footwear aficionados can treat toes to Nine West shoes ($13.99), while the consummate clotheshorse trots off in a tasteful Talbots sweater ($14.99). Flatter your figure in a Chico's blazer ($16.99), and stash away all your complements in Vera Bradley purse ($24.99).
This high-end resale shop stocks its racks with new and slightly used stylish merchandise. Carrying sizes from 0–26, as well as petites and maternity clothes, Clothes Mentor supplies the raw materials for women of any body type to radiate glamour like a countess caught in a solar storm. Name-brand jewelry ($3+), purses from Vera Bradley ($35), and boots by Liz Claiborne ($15) share space with brands such as J. Crew, Banana Republic, Gap, and Ann Taylor, giving fashion-forward, budget-conscious women a multitude of options for reinvigorating their wardrobes. Clothes Mentor’s experienced buyers pay cash for gently used, high-quality items, keeping store shelves buzzing with a steady influx of fresh arrivals.
Tom Karle & Son Traditional Clothiers outfits dapper chaps in exquisitely tailored sartorial selections that traverse the divide between board room and clubhouse with nary a problem. Tom Karle’s elegantly outfitted garmentmongers cull traditional dress clothing and sportswear from brands including Jack Victor, Cutter & Buck, Gitman Brothers, Peter Millar, and Allen Edmonds. They also proudly purvey custom suits, shirts, and sexy teapot covers handmade by their full-time in-house tailor. Vestments include sport coats starting at $45, ties starting at $45, socks starting at $13, and belts starting at $40. Sportswear by Cutter & Buck and Bobby Jones cuts a handsome figure on the golf course, out on the town, or while traversing a shopping mall’s complex series of escalators ($50–$295).