At Posh Lingerie and Bra Boutique, lingerie experts strive to strike a balance between seductive and practical?sheer, lacy thongs and leopard-print push-up bras share shelf space with sturdy sports bras and seamless boy shorts. This diverse inventory for women of all ages and sizes earned storeowner Denise Magaziner a feature on Talk Philly. The in-house bra fitters help customers hone in on their ideal fit, and they specialize in prosthetic bras, postsurgery corsets, and undergarments for expectant or nursing mothers.
For more than 80 years, the retailers at Robinson Luggage have packed their showroom with functional and stylish luggage, business cases, and bags from brands such as Kenneth Cole, Johnston & Murphy, and Kipling. Today, more than 60 brands of luggage, computer cases, and backpacks line the shelves waiting for somebody to entrust them with their clothes, business documents, or treasured slinky collections. A close-knit family, the staff averages 12 years of experience, with many team members having been a part of the store for more than 20 years. They welcomely combine their expertise to aid shoppers searching for pieces that fit ideal factors such as budget, aesthetic, or function.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular offering: Jewelry, watches, clocks, sales service
Pro Tip: Bring your curiosity and enjoy a FREE coffee or tea while you browse.
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Tucked away in the historic Curtis Center, Philadelphia Diamond Company’s jewelers hone design aesthetics, helping students craft blueprints for unique neckwear, tinkling bangles, and sparkly finger baubles. From casting wax molds to figuring out which diamonds are ready to hatch, the jewel-savvy staff illuminates every step of the jewelry-making process. After drawing up plans for fresh finery or redesigning well-worn accessories, students munch on continental-breakfast nibbles while waiting for custom molds to emerge. Students hungry to turn their designs into reality benefit from a 20% discount on required materials, letting designers cast personalized wedding bands or dreamy amulets without the hassle of prospecting for precious metals or melting down old debate-club lavalieres.
Andrew’s Ties USA’s seasoned haberdashers ensconce torsos in Italian-made ties, shirts, and fine accessories. The Collection tie’s ($69) heavy silk cuts a resplendent blaze across dark-hued formalwear, and the Pari Pari's ($49) woven diagonal stripes bespeak classic elegance while offering advance camouflage on battlefields filled with barber poles. Pants stay obediently hip-bound courtesy of striped or polka-dot suspenders ($59), the flashier twin cousins of more business-minded leather belts ($69). A black check dress shirt ($99) lends gravitas no matter the occasion, and a crisp silk bow tie ($55) adds aplomb to tuxedos and football uniforms alike.