Max 10 stocks a bevy of discounted brand-name apparel for men, women, and children. Frugal fashionistas can rummage through designer collections from Lee, Apple Bottoms, Levi's, Fubu, and more to find stylish swaddlings for any season. Shoppers can snag wardrobe basics from myriad $10 clothing items, or opt for the higher-end ensemble pieces ranging from $12.99–$19.99 without sacrificing any innocent Bills from their wallets.
Reid outfits the modern outdoor human with durable clothing for work and play, stocking apparel, footwear, and safety products from top brands such as Carhartt and Wolverine. As the perennial workplace leg covering, the low-maintenance Dickies men's Original 874 work pant ($26.99) resists wrinkles and needs no love from irons and the Carhartt men's nylon jacket ($79.99) protects torsos with triple-stitched seams and a fleece lining that keeps limbs warm long after the sun clocks out. Women can stylishly traverse rugged terrain in a crimson-colored Carhartt polo shirt ($24.99), complete with a four-button front, side vents, and an anticurl collar. A selection of safety products from LED flashlights to the Dickies men's high-visibility utility vest ($33.99) serve as necessary accessories for walks in the nearest industrial park or extreme-runway fashion shows.
Brown Bag Boutique's fashion savants stock their clothing racks with new, revamped, and vintage looks for women. Jewelry lends its sparkle to outfits, with shoppers festooning lobes with head-turning earrings ($4–$6) or tossing bracelets ($4–$6) around their wrists as passing carnival barkers cheer. Fashion seekers can cozy up to denim by slipping their legs into Silver Jeans Co. jeans ($22–$26), as evening gowns and prom dresses ($49+) spark memories of dancing to romantic music under flickering lights. While perusing new ensembles, gals can step up to a tall mirror nestled against the boutique's bright yellow walls to scan over potential duds or chastise their reflections for ruining an otherwise accurate vampire costume.
Midnite Sun & Cruise's red-light therapy treatments reinvigorate weathered skin, imbuing it with a smooth, youthful sheen. Vertical booths emit red light waves and motivational fight songs to kick-start the body's collagen production, enhancing skin's elasticity, suppleness, and strength. Additionally, treatments can soothe acne-prone skin, reducing redness and speeding up blemishes' healing time. For skin tighter and brighter than a sequin-studded ice-skating ensemble, approximately four sessions per week are recommended. Though not covered by this Groupon, Midnite Sun & Cruise's helpful staff is happy to suggest additional in-store serums to amplify results.
Rocket Express, located on the campus of Reeths-Puffer High School, joins forces with Y-Knot Embroidery to emblazon school emblems across a variety of merchandise. Pupils can assert their high-school-student status with the 100% cotton of a Reeths-Puffer t-shirt or hooded sweatshirt, which help justify a tendency to sleep until noon. Stow scalps beneath a pink ladies Port Authority cap, or sip milk from a 22-ounce refillable tumbler. The shop can customize much of its merchandise, embroidering items with names, numbers, or locker combinations.
The store opens its doors during lunch on school days, from 11 a.m. to 12:35 p.m., and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 2:45 p.m. to 4 p.m. The public can also select their spirited wares during basketball games, choir concerts, and indoor events.
The friendly folks behind Y-Knot Embroidery stitch and screenprint names, logos, or favorite phrases onto a range of accessories and clothes for individuals, businesses, teams, and volunteer groups. The staff can personalize any accessory or article of attire—which can include brightly colored tees, hats, coats, and work-worthy button-ups—in their entire inventory. They can spiff up a polo shirt with an embroidered monogram, or distract potential thieves hoping to steal your beach bag with a screen-printed math problem.
To give back to their community, the staffers promote cancer awareness, stocking items such as Kid’s Cancer Storys, which benefits Grand Rapids’ Van Andel Institute.