Warehouse Chic Accessories decorates bodies with fashionable items, scarves, and accessories in a wide array of styles and patterns. Customers can shackle wrists within the white rosettes of an antique gold-leaves bracelet ($7) or win the heart of a beloved lunch lady by hiding the topaz rhinestones of a golden ring($5) in her pan of macaroni. Nippy necks can bundle up in ruffled scarves($10), and lobes bear the load of a pair of silver coin earrings ($5). The festive feathers of a headband ($5), meanwhile, hold the capacity to attract eyes of admirers or lovesick peacocks.
Kidding Around and its sister store, Just Kidding Around, peddle timeless, traditional toys to foster creative play and stimulate the minds of youngsters ranging from infants to teenagers. The stores' helpful, knowledgeable staff members guide customers toward toys for every sensibility. The Schylling little farmer garden tote ($21.99) arms budding botanists with a pint-sized spade, a shovel, and a watering can for putting out garden gnome campfires. A host of music-making toys, such as the miniature Woodstock Chimes Chimalong xylophone ($22.99), sate tuneful yearnings, whereas a Make-Your-Own Sock Puppet kit ($19.99) enables tots to create a soft and fuzzy new group of friends they can bring to life using nothing more than their hands and an authentic British accent. Board games ($12.99–$59.99) for all ages facilitate friendly competition, elevating family game nights above the level of push-up contests and disco dance-offs.
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From jeans, tees, elegant tops ,handbags, shoes, accessories, and so much more...This boutique has it all! From an individual and unique style, to a classy, everydaylook this is a great place for you to come and shop!
Tia Harris, a mother and a Montclair resident since 2008, couldn't have predicted that an activity she enjoyed as a relaxing hobby would later become her full-time career. She was laid off from her previous job in 2011 and found herself turning to beading as a stress-reducing creative outlet. Embracing her entrepreneurial spirit, Harris decided in 2012 to open TiaMarie Beading Studio, where she shares her passion with other jewelry enthusiasts. She told Barista Kids that "We are striving to create a sense of community and a fun place for creative ideas to come together."
To accomplish the studio’s goal, Harris handpicked her team of multitalented instructors, which includes a former interior designer, a certified fine-arts teacher and writer, and a graphic-design expert. In addition to teaching classes, the friendly crew regularly hosts birthday parties and girls' nights out, where ladies can learn the art of wire wrapping—one of the oldest known jewelry-making methods next to training cobras to coil around your wrist.