A cooperative of influences and ideas curated by a group of friends, designers, innovators and visionaries creating textile and other mediums benefitting one man at a time with a goal of increasing ones wardrobe and homestead, in essence strengthening their supply all for the purpose of finding a place in a more meaningful
Swarovski crystals glitter and colorful feathers flutter on racks of Fallen Angels jewelry on display inside Tease Salon. The designer—a stay-at-home parent—handcrafts each piece from eye-catching materials and will also create custom baubles for weddings and other special events.
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Baby & Belly and Hopscotch occupies a prodigious storefront loaded with a cache of wares for babies, children, and expecting mothers. Founded by two sisters looking to stay in vogue with buns in the oven, the originally modest shop has expanded with the demand for dapper matriarchal duds. Expectant fashionistas can sift through flattering and current attire by Olian Maternity and Michael Stars ($20-$150). Couture devotees with fully cooked baked goods can pick up a classy diaper bag ($80–$350) or children's clothing by labels such as Baby Lulu and Tooby Doo.
William's Fashion Shoes outfits feet of every disposition in a ped-pleasing array from designers such as Gabor, Mephisto, Cole Haan, and Johnston & Murphy. Peruse men's and women's styles fit for every occasion, including evening wear, jogging, and impromptu moon landings. Tommy Bahama Big Island alides ($52) and Beach Walker flip-flops ($52) guide warm breezes over worn-out walkers for a below-the-ankles vacation, and wide-stitched women's boat shoes from Sebago ($85) double as tiny ferries for commuting socks. William's Fashion Shoes reaches beyond the realm of footgear with a royal panoply of handbags, jewelry, belts, hats, and apparel. Stylishly cinching men's belts from Johnston & Murphy and Cole Haan ($28–$48) and 100% cotton designer tees from Isda and Company ($38–$45) smartly bedeck human mannequins for jousting tournaments against their plastic impersonators.
Hanley-Wood's original San Antonio store has outfitted homes and equipped newlyweds for 45 years, and the newer Corpus Christi location has been following suit since 2005. The shop boasts a high-end inventory filled with myriad baby gifts, bar necessities, frames, plenty of wedding-appropriate presents, and more. Supply yourself with items such as a silver Texas-shaped bread tray ($34.99)—perfect for serving up longhorn-shaped croissants—or a pierced glass pitcher ($45) from Lenox, whose handle is actually just a hole, and whose spout is actually just a deeper hole. See the online store for limitless gifting ideas.