The artisan jewelers of Bejeweled Images Fine Jewelry craft gold and silver [pieces](http://www.bejeweledimages.com/jewelry.html adorned with crystalline diamonds and gemstones. The staff work to repair existing jewelry, and forge knotted gold rings and delicately dangling necklaces, each littered with handpicked topaz and garnet that bestow bodies with graceful, elegant lines and the power to control the elements. The shop’s certified goldsmith and silversmith, who boasts more than 22 years of experience, employs wax-molds to handcraft custom rings inlaid with hand picked opal or diamonds. A variety of pottery, photographs, and paintings, and clocks rounds out Bejeweled’s selection.
Authenticity is key at E-Collectique Runway Boutique, where every previously owned dress, necklace, and satin pump is marked with a verified designer or vintage label. Pristine white walls surround high-fashion women’s wares that range from items from current lines to vintage pieces that date back more than a century. Shoppers can peruse clothing and accessories from couture designers such as Balenciaga, Chanel, and Gucci, as well as ready-to-wear styles from makers such as American Apparel and Ralph Lauren.
Run by a sartorially savvy mother-and-daughter team, Posh embellishes exteriors with pulchritudinous body ornaments and understated accessories, boasting a wide array of both bejeweled and dejeweled beautifiers. Get a dangly pair of earrings to complement outfits or hypnotize stray cats ($8–$35), or treat yourself to a necklace or bracelet befitting black-tie nights at the monster-truck rally ($10–$100). Handbags and clutches store accoutrements in style ($20–$100). Additional items, such as sunglasses, scarves, and shoes, range from trendily chic to timelessly sophisticated. The store itself embodies elegance, its exposed brick walls, pastel hues, and sleek circular tables establishing a chic atmosphere in which to inspect trendy outfit ornaments.
Jewelry Works specializes in distinctive pieces made both on location and by outside artists such as Wisconsin silversmith Tim Miller, who knows how to fetch the eye and accentuate the limbs. Surrounded by the friendly shops at the Cedar Creek Settlement, shoppers can accentuate a full day of arts-and-crafts shopping with the perfect ring or pair of earrings ($5–$15), a neck-defining necklace ($10–$50), or a specialty pendant to complement an heirloom chain kept in the secret jewelry box back home ($20–$100).
Owner Anna Zuckerman's late husband opened Sydney b. A Children's Boutique to make a mark on the world with "Sydney", their daughter's name, on it. Today, Anna and her staff keep the boutique stocked with hard-to-find, high-quality children's clothes from brands such as Zutano and Deux par Deux. They travel to New York, Atlanta, Chicago, and elsewhere to keep the shop filled with dresses, tutus, and charm bracelets, and there are plenty of toys, outfits for boys, and baby gifts as well. The team has a rule of thumb that customers shouldn't be able to find anything in the shop at a big-box store—they exclusively seek out unique finds that are well worth the expense.
As customers admire rows of Primigi shoes or Hello Kitty–themed goodies, tykes can watch kid-friendly shows or assemble puzzles. The staff also offers ear piercing to help little ladies pair their couture finds with a pair of pearls or their grandmother's heirloom gauges.
Zazzle.com is an intensely popular provider of personalized presents, stamping T-shirts, coffee mugs, postage, greeting cards, and more with a singular seal of your own idiosyncratic identity. Quickly customize a basic men’s T-shirt ($12.95–$19.95) to commemorate your stellar parking-lot rugby season, or go for a cutely stylized greeting card ($2.95 and up, discounts available for mass quantities). Other popular items include self-designed mugs ($13.95–$22.10) and absurdly cute pet clothes ($18.95 and up). Since each item is created on the spot by Zazzle’s nondenominational gift-making elves, more complicated orders and items may take longer to produce and ship.