Apricot Lane's veteran fashionistas guide patrons among sprawling racks laden with an array of chic, brand-name threads. As shoppers frolic through a trendy wonderland as dazzling as a fireworks display in a quartz mine, they can ogle such accessorizing eye candy with fashion tops ($50+) and sweaters ($48+). A multitude of dresses ($58+) give stunning gams their proper publicity, and they decorate bare closets with other up-to-the-minute offerings from James Perse, JOIE Soft, and Level 99. Turn to the knowledgeable staff for advice or slip into the denim-rich comfort of Rock Revival jeans ($138+), which harness western panache like a rocket-powered tumbleweed.
Back in 1986, Huey Lewis taught us that it's hip to be square. That continues to hold true at A Little Square, where squares of fabric transform into dresses, shirts, and quilts of all colors and sizes. Adults and children can make their own wearable garments in classes that teach the basics of sewing and bedazzling. But this place isn't all about fabrics; look around, and you'll also spot an impressive array of old-fashioned children's toys, including everything from marbles to magic tricks that make your family disappear.
MAB Celebrity Services is sports marketing agency specializing in athlete representation, sale of memorabilia and hosts autograph memorabilia events. Clients include Tom Seaver, Bert Blyleven, Jon Lester, Bruce Sutter, Wade Boggs & many more!