Private Collection Consignment's stylists curate a fashionable assortment of well-cared-for, upscale women's clothing, shoes, and purses that changes almost daily. The store doesn't accept clothing that is more than two years old, ensuring a collection free of outdated duds such as last season’s shoulder-padded togas. Shoppers can keep their wardrobes on trend with dresses, jeans, and tops from brands such as DKNY, Vince, and Burberry. The well-organized store also routinely carries maternity and petite clothing, as well as colorful jewelry to accessorize newly assembled ensembles. Though not all the pieces in the shop are designer or couture, they are all brand-name, ensuring you won't have to spend hours sifting through piles of low-quality frocks.
Established in 2001, A very upsacle children's consignment shop. sizes newborn - 16 for boy's & girl's. New baby and trendy birthday gifts available! We carry maternity clothing, furniture, baby equipment, and awesome children's clothing! We have several NEW lines also. Handpainted wall art and frames!
Apple Annie’s bright, spring-green walls accentuate pristine white shelves lined with candles, gourmet foods, jewelry, and gifts. Shortbread lemon straws($1.95–$21.95) infused with tart flavor come dusted in powdered sugar to track the fingerprints of pilfering refrigerator repairmen, while hot-pepper raspberry preserves strike the perfect balance between spicy and sweet ($8.95). Candles ($10–$30) in numerous sizes and scents cast a rustic light in homes and a modern aesthetic in dank caves. Apple Annie’s line of Waxing Poetic jewelry drapes delicate charms across skin real estate with unique and intricate necklaces ($33.95+). Tote morning java in an insulated travel mug in silver or black with pale pink accents and personalized with elegantly lettered initials ($16.95). Apple Annie’s also spruces up presents with free gift-wrapping.
An ever-changing collection of designer-inspired baubles rotates through Dressed in Deceit's distinctive boutique. Give manicured hands a tougher mien with the help of the slinky beast prowling boldly across the panther ring ($16.99), or pay homage to the Crescent City with a rhinestone fleur-de-lis pin that can double as a pendant ($22.99). The Vera Wang-esque rose necklace adds floral décor to décolletage ($16.99), and two-toned cable earrings offer flair to earlobes and an easy route for sounds to navigate toward hard-to-reach eardrums ($17.99). The pink martini key finder conveniently clips onto the edge of a purse, providing peace of mind about where you've left your keys and a handy reminder to always have a drink before leaving the house ($10.99).
In a modern-day parlor that comes alive with neon-lime walls and hardwood floors, rows of self-serve machines dispense creamy swirls of frozen yogurt, all of which have fewer than two grams of fat per ounce. Curious, classic, and unorthodox flavors, such as chocolate raspberry, passionfruit, and english toffee, jump off the rotating menu and into cups before hosting any number of mix-ins, from honeydew to Jelly Belly jelly beans. The frozen deserts are made with fat-free milk, and guests can get no-sugar-added and gluten-free options. Unlike a secretive candidate running for the presidency of the American Dietetic Association, Orange Leaf posts the nutrition information for all of its snacks.
Paige Interiors vends an eclectic mix of domestic accents and sophisticated lighting, art, and jewelry. Safely reminisce on the days of signal fires and incense-wreathed maces with fragrant Seda France candles ($12–$50), or indulge in unique, locally handmade jewelry from Angela De Rodriguez for a one-of-a-kind look ($20–$125). Angela works in the store and is usually around to recommend jewelry to compliment every décolletage, wrist, or miniature poodle. Furnishings and accessories such as antique furniture (starting at $200), brancheliers, and Fortunata pottery grace homes with woodsy charm or samples of fine Italian décor, and fine art provides the perfect meditation point for living rooms and walk-in refrigerators (starting at $200). A quirky mix of accessories and home accents provide endless opportunities for a dashing domicile. Inventory changes frequently, and prices range from $5 to $1,200, depending on the piece.