Blush Boutique houses a menagerie of rotating garb from such brands as Mek Denim and Miss Me, and the store arrays a slew of accessories against its florid hot-pink backdrop. Miss Me jeans ($99) squeeze gams into a chic and durable hug, and colorful handbags ($50 on average) stylishly shoulder the burden of carrying makeup, lotions ($5–$25), and chihuahua-prom groups. Gals can flaunt defiance against winter by donning a pair of Lindsay Phillips flip-flops ($24.95) or can stock up for the seasonal shift by amassing a hoard of scarves, hats, and gloves ($20–$50). Fashionistas can also explore several limbs' worth of Good Work(s) leather wrap bracelets ($22–$38), each of which comes emblazoned with an inspirational saying or one of Nietzsche's famous limericks.
jcpenney portraits' professional photographers capture paramount moments in premier lighting with high-tech digital cameras and a choice of vivid background images. After clients discuss pose preferences with their portraitist, subjects take the stage for approximately 10 minutes of flashing bulbs, bright smiles, and focused lenses. Following the shoot, customers and friendly photogs pore over digital frames to select which pictures are worthy of being immortalized onto six single-image enhanced sheets in a variety of sizes; customers can choose a different pose for each photo sheet, for a total of six poses. Customers receive one 10”x13”, two 8”x10”, two 5”7”, four 3.5”x5”, eight wallet-size, and one specialty-size (10”x10” or smaller) Be Squared portrait, all of which are ready to be wall-mounted alongside each other in a courageous declaration of self-love. A CD with one high-resolution image is also included. Customers may take an additional 40% off any purchases made that day.
The professional hair humanitarians at Gavora Studio nurse famished follicles back to health via nourishing products and revitalizing scissor treatments. When tending to forehead drapery, the experienced stylists shear away split ends and useless inches, creating elegant contours that flatter facial features while maintaining functionality (up to a $38 value). The deep-conditioning treatment cures crispy coiffures of their semblance to potato chips (a $15 value), while blow-dry styling adds height and volume to hair without using a forklift or spork full of glue (a $10 value). Step inside Gavora Studio's voguish cocoon of high ceilings, warm hues, and pendulant lighting to have your mop top trimmed, moisture-treated, and molded into a head accessory that will simultaneously stop traffic and accelerate the speed at which rogue dollar bills slip from your smooth strands and into your pocket.
Barley & Wine initiates beer-lovers into the world of home brewing with a panoply of beer kits, bottling equipment, and thorough classes on the art of brewing itself. Regardless of the medium, students learn the intricacies of the different brewing processes, from fermentation and malt extract to using yeast or choosing the proper equipment. During in-person courses, accomplished home brewers divulge secrets they've learned after living inside a fermentation barrel for three months. Their online shop contains all of the necessary equipment as well, with ingredients, tubing, and books on the subject.
The walls of Paper Habit are covered from floor to ceiling in colorful invitations, cards, envelopes, and ribbons, all neatly arranged according to thickness or hue. Engraved monograms, motifs and borders customize Crane & Co. stationery made from 100% cotton. Designers such as William Arthur, Arabella, and Marsupial Invitations furnish a vast selection of wedding invitations, which brides can browse in sample books. Blank stock is also available for self-creations, and the staff are willing and able to design unique, custom invitations.
Back in 1989, Debbie Robillard switched her focus from speech and language specialist to small-business owner. That's when she opened Hands-On Educational Supply Store with the aim of providing local teachers, parents, and kids with educational materials for home and school. All these years later, her shop is still packed wall to wall with fun items made to expand and enrich kids' brains far more effectively than a multivitamin coated in crushed-up encyclopedia particles.