The tailors at Legacy New York create handsome custom shirts and suits designed to fit customers' sizes and specifications. Online buyers customize their order by first selecting the fabric. They can choose from fine Italian cottons, European linens, and Asian silks—most of which are available in an assortment of patterns, such as herringbone, pinstripe, or windowpane. Then they specify the details, such as fit, pocket styles, lining color, and buttons. Guests can accessories with an assortment of ties, cufflinks, or emboss their purchase with a monogram.
With more than 7,000 items in stock, Star Track’s warehouse brims with craft and party supplies for nearly every holiday and occasion. Pirate-ship piñatas wait to attack passersby with showers of candy ($14), and a set of six inflatable dinosaurs may suit employee break-room reenactments of Jurassic Park ($18). The more sedate color-your-own butterfly backpacks hang in shrink-wrap chrysalises ($20/dozen), dreaming of adornment with craft gems ($5/150) and color fabric pens ($6/dozen). Grads may opt to brave the slings and arrows of giant confetti poppers ($48/24), or take up arms against a sea of responsibility with graduation activity books and crayons ($4.80/dozen). New items every week keep inspiration fresh and ideas flowing, and top-notch customer service helps overwhelmed party planners find the consummate furnishings for their festivities. Customers may also apply the value of this Groupon to rent standout soiree gadgets, such as a cotton-candy machine ($125/3 hours) or a leap-frog game ($75/day).
A jewelry manufacturer and importer, Designs By Donna Kim features gold and platinum wedding bands as well as cubic-zirconia jewelry. The jewelry designers can customize wedding bands, tailoring styles to include stones or design elements, such as texturized metal or the carved initials of your wedding officiant. Less expensive cubic-zirconia pieces include earrings, stone-encrusted rings, and bracelets.
Judith Ripka Jewelry intertwines the rich glaze of gemstones with signature beading and rope twists of exclusively alloyed gold and sterling silver. Fingers searching for natural elegance can snuggle up into the ambrosia stack ring, a sterling-silver affair that decorates the pink crystal of an oval stone with double hearts of white sapphire, symbolizing that the heart is not only unbreakable, but has a backup if needed ($175). The linked silver heart charm bracelet with signature lobster claw coddles a canary crystal heart charm ($195), and the small eclipse earrings entice the ears and frame the face with the dark, rich tones of tastefully shaped black onyx stones ($200).
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