Shopping in Bala Cynwyd


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  • Human Zoom
    With 15,000 square feet of floor space between its two locations, Human Zoom houses a vast selection of bikes from Trek, Cannondale, and Santa Cruz, as well as snowboards from Gnu, Roxy, and Arbor. They also stock a variety of accessories and parts such as gloves, shoes, pedals, and wheels. In the repair shop, mechanics fix broken bike spokes, adjust derailleurs, and install new handlebars so riders will have a place to put their hands while biking. The staff also performs 90-minute bike-fitting sessions, during which they interview clients and perform adjustments to optimize their ride’s performance.
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    4159 Main St.
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Octavio Miles
    Located in the Manyunk section of Philadelphia, Octavio Miles Boutique is your one stop shop for TRUE FASHIONISTA's. Specializing in amazing handbags, accessories as well as apparel for women, Octavio Miles Boutique offers a high fashion look at an affordable price! Also, check out our line of men's accessories as well.
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    4251 Main St
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Tag Clothing
    Tag takes pride in outfitting men and women with designer clothes, specializing in premium denim from more than 40 brands including 7 For All Mankind, J Brand, and Citizen of Humanity. Ladies can boogie into tops and dresses by Evil Twin ($65–$105) or Religion ($75–$125) or select a clutch purse from BCBG ($68) to safely store loose change and give a shoulder bag the baby brother it has always wanted. Gentlemen can peruse Tag's selection of denim duds from labels such as Ben Sherman and Joe's Jeans or choose a hat from a cornucopia of Goorin Bros. headgear ($22–$45) to mold rebellious cowlicks back into their natural fedora shape. In addition to hawking the wares that adorn the shop, Tag offers denim-consultation services to assist customers in finding the perfect pair of jeans to complement their personalities and peg legs.
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    4358 Main St
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Main Street Music
    Main Street Music offers a highly concentrated music shopping experience inside a small storefront, stocking new and used LPs and CDs, along with a handful of used DVDs and 33s. This is the kind of place where a poster for the latest Fleet Foxes release hangs near original display items from the Beatles’ Help! album, and the workers’ down-to-earth approach is exemplified by staff recommendations titled “Stuff that we think don’t suck.” Most used CDs can be gotten for $6 or $7, and a section of used LPs will put you back $4 for one or three for $10. Special live in-store performances get the place packed to the rafters, and audience members might be treated to free pizza for the occasion.
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    4444 Main St
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • The Little Apple
    A cute and eclectic gift boutique on Main Street in Manayunk, The Little Apple stocks new, vintage and repurposed cards, jewelry and housewares that can’t be found anywhere else. Screen printed tote bags are in the company of artistic special-occasion cards, inspiring books, candles and oil diffusers with the scent of Aloha Ochis, small glass vases, lotions and perfumes with exotic aromas such as gin and rosewater. Vintage trays and chests of drawers serve as display cases for most of the merchandise, bicycle-themed glassware fills one bookshelf and a small velvet-lined case holds jewelry made by local artisans. Quirky gifts for infants and pets inhabit the back room.
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    4353 Main St
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Paula Hian Designs
    Heavy black chains weave their way around the décolletage of a tiny black dress. Red and blue blocks jut and clash on a strapless, hip-hugging mini dress. Rife with bold patterns and appliquè flourishes, designs such as these have helped earn Paula Hian international acclaim: one of her dresses hangs in the Louvre’s permanent collection, and countless others have been featured in the pages of Nylon, Vogue, and Marie Claire France. She owes much of her inspiration to European runways and frequently scours France in search of high-quality fabrics such as mohair, silk, satin, and leather. Stateside, her crew of personal shoppers helps customers navigate her 4,000-square-foot showroom, as well as distinguish between mannequins and very quiet, slow-moving cashiers.
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    106 Gay St
    Philadelphia, PA US
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