Shopping in Ridgefield

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With more than 25 years of experience, Patio.com oversees a wicker- and wood-framed stockpile of rugged and refined game-room and outdoor furnishings to outfit open-air play spaces with tables, chairs, cushions, hammocks, barbecue grills, and billiard tables. Shoppers can peruse a variety of styles from teak and aluminum to adirondack, sling, strap, and nougat-centered.

975 Ethan Allen Hwy
Ridgefield,
CT
US

A luxury boutique that considers fashion an art form, W-Moda bedecks its clientele in jewelry and elegant apparel designed by international wonder weavers and old-world craftsmen. Adorn lonely lobes and dreary décolleté with sterling-silver Swarovski-grade crystal ear danglers($39) and necklaces ($59), or save your oyster-shucking skills for a highfalutin dinner date with a ready-made shell-pearl necklace ($29), a vibrant string of prismatic blues and golds. W-Moda's assortment of pearl and crystal wrist huggers ($30+) enlivens empty arms while dazzling arresting officers, ensuring that swanky art heists go off without a hitch.

15 Ethan Allen Highway
Ridgefield,
CT
US

Magnolia Organics presents an eco-friendly and ethically sound alternative to conventional cotton products. Our product line of bedding, bags, and accessories are 100% certified organic cotton and are packaged in sustainable materials. We sell multiple sheet collections in varying thread counts and colors.

37 Danbury Road
Ridgefield,
CT
US

At New Canaan Ski & Sport, shoppers looking for outdoor apparel and equipment benefit from the insider's perspective of owners Pam and Gio Alberino, a pair of erstwhile professional skiers. An arsenal of sunglasses, from Sunclouds ($49.99) to Oakleys ($90–$185) can shield pupils from the summertime's vicious UV onslaught, and Carve UPF 50+ bathing suits can do the same for delicate tushes ($38–$54 per piece). Toes greet the seasonal air in Reef or Scott flip-flops ($24.95–$69.95), and the evenly spaced holes in the store's Crocs ($24.95) allow for well-ventilated comfort and perfect polka-dot tan lines. Yogis can array themselves for body-bending exercises with Yogabela gear ($58–$94), and cyclists can encase their pedal-pumping stems in Sugoi, Descente, or Dakine cycling shorts ($60–$90). New Canaan Ski & Sport also offers tune-ups for bikes ($59.99 plus parts) and the instruments of ultimate-harpsichord practitioners.

197 Ethan Allen Hwy
Ridgefield,
CT
US

Brimming with colorful bolts of fabric, carefully looped skeins of yarn, and rows of sewing provisions, Save A Thon Stores have been supplying New Yorkers with quality crafting necessities since 1973. With fabrics ranging from basic denim to upscale jacquard upholstery cloth from around the world, the shop showcases a range of patterned designs that can be crafted into cozy quilts or a signal to a passing ship that it would have looked better in plaid. Coils of lace ribbons and tubs of colorful beads add a decorative finishing touch to projects, which can be undertaken at home or under the tutelage of the shop's expert crafters during regular sewing classes, while upholstery classes teach students upholstery basics. The teachers are also experts in the Wilton method of cake decorating and can help students artfully embellish cakes and cupcakes with fondant, tiny decorations, and tiny brides and grooms on a dessert destination wedding.

5731 Myrtle Ave
Ridgewood,
NY
US

Koko FitClub is a radically different kind of fitness center. Members come in, have their fitness levels checked on the Koko Smartrainer, and then receive a custom, computerized key fob that stores all fitness information. The key fob, programmed with data to help clients achieve individual fitness goals, stores the day’s prescribed 30-minute workout and guides clients expertly around the workout of the day. With this fitness technology on hand, members move seamlessly from exercise to exercise, burning fat and building lean muscle while minimizing gym time.

88 Danbury Rd
Ridgefield,
CT
US