Eastern Ontario's premier running, walking, and multisport boutique, locally owned and operated since 1985. ProCare-certified fit specialists on staff. Performance footwear, technical apparel, and essential gear for runners, walkers, and athletes at every level.
The intimates experts at Coquetta stock and custom-fit figures with diverse lines of French lingerie and foundation garments that discreetly smoothen curves. Like a hug from Coco Chanel, bodies can find comfort and sass in the shop's assortment of brands including Chantelle bras ($105+), Passionata undergarments ($54+), Lejaby, and Prima Donna. Salespeople take precise measurements for expert fittings to ensure undergarments sit well on figures, in turn flattering clothing fit. Silk, imported lace, and couture fabrics give Christine Vancouver pajamas and slips their signature softness, as seen in the boutique’s collection of new arrivals. U.S.-made Hanky Panky thongs also provide distinctive minimalism, and Spanx foundation wear keeps wandering contours in line with a comfortable stretch.
At Green Door Vitamins, shoppers can peruse an array of nutritional vitamins, fitness supplements, and beauty products chosen for their health-enhancing properties. The shop's multitudinous multivitamins include Natural Factors' Super Multi, which packs a day's worth of nutrients and four suitcases into one pill ($18.99 for 90 tabs), as well as offerings from Greens Plus composed of nutrient-rich green things such as vegetables, herbs, and Loch Ness–monster extract ($19.99 for 60 tabs). Fish-oil soft gels from Carlson Labs come packed with healthy omega-3 fatty acids ($18.99 for 1,000 mg bottle), and InterActive Nutrition's chocolate-flavoured whey protein powder can assist in body bulkification ($26.99 for 340 g). Green Door Vitamins' spectrum expands to nonswallowable products, such as Weleda Skin Food, an ultramoisturizing skin cream that hydrates parched pores and irrigates epidermal fields using natural and organic ingredients ($17.99 for 2.5 oz).
Dwell Boutique's team of design gurus, led by interior designer Jen Storey, pack their showroom with a plethora of home-decor items from brands such as Gus Modern, G.Romano, and 18Karat. Find a home for colourful blossoms inside chic vases ($10–$78), or cushion living-room motorcycle jumps with piles of stylish pillows ($26–$124). Table linens ($5–$20) provide elegant drapery for dining-room surfaces, and artful wall decals ($50) can instantly make over drab living rooms, bedrooms, or walk-in freezers. While perusing these wares, customers can chat with or stare blankly at the store's helpful and friendly interior-design specialists.
Willow Soul ravishes body and home with a collection of clothing, accessories, housewares, and art fashioned mostly from Canadian materials or by local artisans. Canadian-crafted Rocky Mountain beauty products season skin with bath salts ($5) or luxurious body butter ($15), and Love+Toast hand lotions teach fingers the ancient art of black-belt softness ($11+). Necks flex fashion muscles under Frug necklaces ($26+) or airy summer scarves that protect against bumblebee-filled breezes ($19), and Hue jeggings eschew traditional denim conventions ($38+). In addition to house highlighters such as quilts, art napkins, and throw pillows, Willow Soul beckons bottoms to grow attached to furniture, such as reclaimed-wood benches made by Kingston artists.