The friendly staff at Togs drapes patrons in fashionable threads and accessories culled from a diverse collection of designers. A chic assortment of tops modishly completes outfits in a variety of bright colors and styles ($27+), and a line of leggings suitably replaces magic markers as a method for covering up legs ($35+). Bedangle lobes, wrists, and necks with a vast array of jewelry ($18+) or gird loins in lace with a pair of Hanky Panky underwear ($18+). Kai Lotion, as seen on the Oprah show, introduces dermises to new realms of silky smoothness previously known only by Barry White's telemarketers ($37).
At Game Vault, players can peruse more than 3,500 on-floor titles compatible with systems as diverse as Xbox 360, Nintendo 64, and Sega Saturn. Today’s first option lets gamers stock up on controllers and games, or lets them apply their Groupon toward a system capable of turning a boring afternoon into a virtual circus filled with bipedal hedgehogs and self-aware mushrooms. Take home two or four old-school favorites (around $20–$40) or experience newer titles (around $45–$50) such as Excite Bike 360 and Portal 2. Patrons can rack up extra savings with Game Vault's price match guarantee or ask the knowledgeable staff for help locating obscure or antique 18th-century titles.
Photographer Jacque Haeffner crafts narrative portraits with an affinity for children and families and a lifelong zeal for camera work. Photon bouncers choose between an in-studio or an on-location session in the Haymarket area for a photo shoot accommodating up to six people.
Republic of Couture, or ROC, caters to the nocturnally stylish with scores of apparel made by a multitude of high-end brands and curated with a South Beach aesthetic. The boutique sells limited quantities of 6 to 10 pieces per style to preserve individuality and avoid awkward encounters with sartorial doppelgangers. Try on tops ($10–$250) from graphic tees to button downs bedazzled with Lilliputian studs to denim ($78–$320) assembled by lauded labels such as Hugo Boss, Robin's Jean, and True Religion. Accessorize party-hopping abilities with jewelry and accessories ($12–$275) that make the body glisten brighter than the time you dipped it in bronze. Hips can slink into svelte dresses ($48–$300), and legs that prefer to operate independently can swish in shorts ($38–$112) available in a number of apropos cuts.
Cartridge World, one of the world's largest ink and toner retailers, has kept empty cartridges from landfills by rearming them with liquid hues for more than 20 years. When ink cartridges start to show signs of depletion through faded colors and pleas to feed on magic markers, Cartridge World will top them off with befitting black or color ink. Staff examine cartridges before filling them up with matching ink types from HP ($6.95+), Canon ($7.95+), Epson ($9.45+), or other printer manufacturers.