Founded in 1915 as the Berne Overall & Shirt Company, Berne Apparel has maintained its long-standing mission to provide durable and affordable clothes for workers and outdoorsmen. Workwear, industrial outfits, and hunting apparel receive painstaking attention to every brass rivet, seam, and pocket. The quilt-lined original hooded jacket ($49.99), a perennial favorite, provides dependable outdoor durability with a heavy-duty, cotton duck shell and water repellant finish. The rigid denim double-knee jean ($27.99) offers economical durability with triple-stitched seams and knee-protecting layering, ideal for loggers and hard-crawling adult babies. For heavier industrial work, the deluxe unlined coverall ($38.99) is loaded with details and special features, pocked with pockets, studded with studs, and designed with safety-stitched seams with pleated bi-swing action for improved flexibility and saucy industrial runway style. Berne Apparel also outfits children and women, as well as heads and hands.
We are a pop culture store offering sports memorabilia and comics and games. The Fort Wayne store has a perfect split of sports on one side of the store and the other half is comics and games. our Lansing store carries only comics and games.
This high-end resale shop stocks its racks with slightly used, stylish merchandise. Carrying sizes 0–32, as well as petites and maternity clothes, Clothes Mentor supplies the raw materials for women of any body type to radiate glamour like countesses caught in a solar storm. Name-brand jewelry (starting at $4), purses from Vera Bradley (starting at $12), and sandals by Coach share space with brands such as J. Jill, Chico's, Talbots, and Ann Taylor, giving fashion-forward, budget-conscious women a multitude of options for reinvigorating their wardrobes. Clothes Mentor pays cash for gently used, high-quality items, keeping store shelves buzzing with a steady influx of fresh arrivals.
Madeleines Bakehouse takes its inspiration from the French treat known as a madeleine—a shell-shaped cake with a buttery crust and sponge-like texture. Originating in the city of Commercy in the 18th century, madeleines earned their name when a girl named Madeleine baked a batch that made it to the mouth of Louis XV's wife, who shared them with a loveable stray who would later win the world's heart by starring in Homeward Bound. This deal gets you a dozen of these majestic pastries, superb for dunking into an afternoon tea or submerging into your backyard pool of chocolate. Madeleines Bakehouse uses local and organic eggs in all of its recipes—including banana bread, coffee cake, and chocolate bouchon—ensuring high levels of vitamins and a soft richness.
USA Today, WANE 15, the Journal Gazette, and iheartfortwayne all featured Hyde Brothers, Booksellers. Four Yahoo! Locals and seven Insider Pagers give the business an average of five stars. More than 620 Facebookers like the bookseller.