The dedicated staff at Cakes Boutique swathes style-starved customers in top-brand clothing and attentive, personalized service. Cakes stocks its style-oriented shelves with name- brand lines, such as Glam, Naked Zebra, and Gemini, and outfits bodies of all types, with sizes ranging 0–24. Enlist new denim recruits into a heavily jeaned army with Kensie Denim jeans ($78), clothe fashion-famished torsos in a warming Staccato fleece military jacket ($50), or update antiquated top collections with a Tulle birch tunic ($58). While stylistas examine Cakes' selection of appealing apparel, the staff can offer a free style concierge service—a personal, one-on-one clothing and style consult—to help patrons discover their ideal colors, fits, and fashion-forward spirit animals.
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As scrapbook specialists with an enormous rubber-stamp collection, For The Art’s proprietors bedeck card makers, collage artists, and scrapbookers with the supplies needed to create ink-and-paper masterpieces. A huge color variety of Glimmer Mist art ink sprays ($6) equips novice spray-and-prayers with artistic ammunition. Clear stamp sets ($10–$15) and alcohol inks in colors such as butterscotch and rust ($3.30) let mail-meddlers personalize their letters without filling them with nail clippings. Paints ($5), brushes, and embellishments by Tim Holtz ($2–$6) give scrappers plenty of creative fuel to power their memory books. A gallery showcasing works by artists-in-residence and other local craftspeople inspires with ideas for projects, such as paper flowers, board books, and cutout kittens made from Fancy Feast receipts.
Owned by a mother of three, Bee Mine Too drapes young children and infants in quality preowned garb and locally crafted threads. A variety of recognizable brands and an ever-rotating clothing selection grace their consignment shop at 40% to 50% off normal retail prices. Take the pressure off shy shirts with a pair of pants ($5–$8), or fuse the two sans welding torch with a leotard ($5). Baby shower “aww” choruses find inspiration with locally made vendor items such as tutus ($15), diaper cakes of varying tier quantities ($20–$30), or a CadyMay flower hair bow ($2–$6) to attract compliments, rather than bands of feral giraffes hungering for bites of unadorned hair.
Corey's Bootery assuages arches and relieves foot ailments with a vast selection of comfort footwear and shoe-repair services. With an experienced staff of booties builders, including three ABC-certified pedorthists, Corey's Bootery custom builds insoles ($338 value) to conform to the structural characteristics, including problematic pathologies and neurotic toe-tapping idiosyncrasies, of each leg-end. Casted by one of the board-certified foot wranglers, molds of tender toes will be set and sent to Corey's Bootery's shoe-art lab to fabricate footprints into weight-bearing pillows. Though each cushiony cloud is constructed to fit the curves and bounds of damaged digits and ailing arches, free adjustments are provided to ensure optimal foot relief with the best fit possible.
Art Bayou welcomes beginning and experienced artists to join two of its three-hour sessions on glass fusion. Instructors impart the secrets of layering glass to be melted into masterpieces suitable for home decoration and bodily adornment. Between the lime-green walls of a high-ceilinged art studio, students lay out the materials provided by Art Bayou over wide wooden tables as they prepare to fashion their trio of pieces. Pupils prepare a 6-inch slumped glass dish for holding decorative legumes (a $30 value), a freeform opus of up to 8 inches (a $40 value), and a 2-inch bauble that can hang from a silver chain as a pendant or be grafted to a refrigerator magnet (a $15 value). Dishes, decorations, and amulets may take multiple firings to self-actualize.