Little Mysteries Books enlightens lives with literature and merchandise geared toward holistic healing and personal growth. The wisdom distributors at Little Mysteries share their talents in inventory discernment to help customers select the right soul-supporting book (about $10.99+) or gift. Captivated noses can browse the shop’s fragrant lineup of essential oils, such as the popular lavender ($9 for a 5 mL bottle), or locally made Sister Lotus body products, including wild-rose face cream ($20 for 30 mL). Static-clung minds can find fresh balance in the store's selection of stones and healing crystals ($0.75+), and naked wrists and necks can attract positive energy from admirers with an assortment of silver, pewter, and stone jewellery lines ($10+). Little Mysteries' brightly lit, tranquil shopping space often hosts events, including lectures, book signings, and classes on such topics as pagan traditions and the art of small-appliance maintenance. This Groupon is not valid toward lecture or class fees.
The friendly florists at My Mother's Bloomers craft colourful arrangements bursting with fresh flowers imported from around the world. The Spring Garden bouquet leads the chromatic cavalcade with snapdragons, gerbera daisies, alstroemeria, and mums ($50), and the Tropical Garden arrangement overflows with exotic foliage, including orchids, ginger, and birds of paradise, whose petals have been clipped to keep them from migrating ($50). Talented flora designers flex their creative muscles with the Our Modern Family arrangement ($50), a vibrant design constructed from the day's best flowers. The shop also carries a variety of vases, balloons, gifts, and loose roses in need of a stable home.
My Lil Package's inventory of simple, modern baby apparel swaddles wee ones in vibrant colours, while supplying smiles via toys, games, and other gifts. Many of the items in My Lil Package's adorable arsenal are made with eco-friendly or organic materials, with a wide array of products crafted in Canada by a guild of artisan geese. Proud parents can adorn their adorable offspring in green-constructed long-sleeve body suits ($22.99), or stimulate children's expanding craniums with earthy playthings, including natural soy crayons ($11.99) and sustainable wood rattles ($9.99), increasing cognitive abilities and providing the raw materials for their first high-chair time-machine.
Sock It to Ya specializes in garbs for the waist down as well as designer lingerie, sleepwear, and accessories from brands such as Hue, Bjorn Borg, and Spanx. Non-elastic socks ($5+) and tights ($10+) come in a variety of colours and patterns including stripes, fishnets, and optical illusions from M.C. Escher's stocking line. An array of Calvin Klein designs from bras ($48+) to select men's pyjama bottoms ($38) provides close comfort beneath outerwear or duvets. For corporeal adornment or help passing off an extraterrestrial as a fashion trailblazer, Sock It to Ya accessorizes bodily landscapes with funky jewellery ($10+) and variously styled whimsical reading glasses ($20).
The foot buffs at The Shoe Company outfit kickers in casual, formal, and athletic shoes for men, women, and kids. Flats exchange tap-dancing tips with long and short boots, including Madden Girl lace-up short boots in brown or black leather ($89.99). Women’s toning shoes nudge muscles toward shapeliness in brand names such as Skechers and Reebok ($69.99–$89.99). Male paws slip into a pair of deck shoes ($39.99–$89.99), and fashion athletic shoes from Puma, Diesel, Adidas, and other designers ($69.99–$89.99) beautify lacrosse games. Prepare for fall classes or bouts of acorn gathering with handbags in tote, cross-body, clutch, and hobo styles, including bright satchels from Baci Couture ($59.99) and black or grey satin evening bags from Cause & Effect ($24.99).