Apparel in Henderson


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Lauded by style magazines, Chinese Laundry’s array of footwear frames feet in styles ranging from elegant to everyday using eye-catching lines and innovative materials. Complement cocktail dresses by slipping toes into a choice of evening items, such as angelic, gold Willy Shimmer heels ($49.95) and dark and racy Haughty suede heels ($29.95), or wear one of each to engage gams in existential debates about good and evil. A range of daytime togs such as wedges ($29.99–$170), flats ($14.99–$89.95), and sandals ($14.95–$150) pair with jeans, shorts, and sundresses effortlessly, and sleek stiletto Faith boots ($59.95) drape legs in luxury while keeping out wind, rain, and subliminal messages instructing feet to do the mashed-potato.
350 South White Street
Wake Forest,
NC
US
For tasty Mexican fare, Knightdale's Qdoba Mexican Grill is hard to top. Low-fat is not a term Qdoba Mexican Grill throws around but delicious is! Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Qdoba Mexican Grill's beautiful outdoor seating area. If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go. Take the comfort of your own home and add great grub from Qdoba Mexican Grill to create the perfect night. null The dream is to eat an amazing meal for under $15, and at Qdoba Mexican Grill, they are making dreams come true. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Qdoba Mexican Grill's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
210 Hinton Oaks Blvd
Knightdale,
NC
US
fab’rik has garnered a lot of praise and wolf whistles from the press thanks to its wide range of women’s apparel and accessories. With the change of seasons imminent, stock up on fall fashions so that you’re not forced to craft makeshift loincloths out of jack-o’-lanterns when the summer outfit you’re wearing magically vanishes. Attract admiring looks with a "winter wool" jacket ($85) or dazzle lumberjacks with a pair of biker boots ($42) during flirtatious log-rolling contests. A striking "fifties something" dress ($104) will give you the power to turn heads of passersby and sashay past territorial badgers unharmed, while the metal detail zipper bag ($74) comfortably accommodates knickknacks and jars of nail clippings. fab’rik’s helpful, fashion-forward staff is on hand at all times to help you piece together gorgeous get-ups for your life-size action figures, and will dislodge the heads of any customers who mistake a pair of skinny jeans for a top.
2039 Cameron St
Raleigh,
NC
US
HandPicked's bauble boutiques brandish original, elegant adornments and sterling-silver jewelry handcrafted by artisans from around the world. HandPicked originals such as the Tiny Twinklers studs ($12) grant wishes for lonely lobes, and bare wrists find themselves encased in the turquoise globes of the For The Nurturing Center bracelet ($32), which pleases its parents by donating a percentage of proceeds to its namesake, a local therapeutic treatment center for child abuse.
421 Daniels St
Raleigh,
NC
US
At Ornamentea, beginners and veteran crafters alike can find the tools they need to complete their creative projects. The shop carries a variety of materials for making jewelry and scrapbooks, including metal and ceramic beads, silk cocoons, and adhesive resins. A selection of screws and rivets can be transformed into sturdy and stylish bracelets, and rolls of baker's twine enable artists to add flair to their work or tie croissants to their hands for easy snacking. You can also sign up for classes on topics such as beading, metalsmithing, etching, and paper arts.
509 N West St
Raleigh,
NC
US
With an experienced, personable staff and diverse selection of jewelry, Main Street Jewelers takes its bling seriously. Disgruntled forty-niners can browse a selection of stunning sterling-silver charms, chains, rings, bracelets, necklaces, jodhpurs, and earrings, as well as Beadle beads ($20–$32) that fit on most brand-name bracelets. The shop also stocks a full line of Concept earrings ($10–$45), designed for those with allergies and sensitive ears, and a display case full of sterling-silver Beadle bracelets ($59) eager to dress up bare wrists. A range of new and estate gold and silver items ($60+) bring dreams of owning Blackbeard’s dog’s golden bicuspid that much closer to reality. The old-fashioned jewelry boutique boasts an on-staff bench jeweler, a goldsmith, and a watchmaker to repair broken treasures, recreate favorite pieces, and clean up tarnished trimmings.
236 E Main St
Clayton,
NC
US
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