Ground Zero Clothing and Boardshop?s adroit staff has been equipping athletes with apparel and gear for skateboarding, snowboarding, and wakeboarding since 1997. Harnessing the style and proven functionality of such top-tier brands as TOMS, Volcom, Nike SB, and Burton, they swathe bodies from head to toe in shoes, jeans, and T-shirts. Their collection of Spy and Electric sunglasses protects peepers from whipping winds, and their skateboard decks by Real and Creature help guests skim across surfaces with the speed of an over-caffeinated Zamboni operator. Though their selection of boards and accessories rotates frequently, they typically have skimboards, wakeboards, and snowboards in stock to help their guests defy gravity in style. Additionally, skilled staff members recalibrate scuffed boards or grant patrons a chance to test pilot new ways to commute to work with their equipment repair and rental services.
Master bespoke tailor Peter Navin exacts true fabric mastery in every handcrafted shirt, tie, and suit by using precise customer measurements and an extensive selection of fine Italian and English fabrics. For more than four decades, Navin has orchestrated thousands of custom outfits without the aid of premade patterns or outsourced labor, and his meticulous measuring techniques ensure that customers feel welcome inside their new body abodes. After a measuring session, customers can peruse more than 350 fabrics for each suit and more than 200 fabrics for each shirt, enough to plan a multitude of combinations to coordinate with the outfit of a date or with the hues of a shoulder-riding pet chameleon.
Dry Clean Today started with one location in Elk Grove in 1987 and has since expanded to 8 locations across the Sacramento area, including a brand new Folsom location. Open seven days a week, Dry Clean Today fastidiously expunges stains from favorite frocks and presses garments with haste, offering same- or next-day service. Professional cleaners also purge weather-borne impurities from raincoats or jackets, and keep fancywear spry with formal-gown or prom-dress cleaning. Otherwise, wedding-dress cleaning and box preservation keep sacred gowns in tiptop shape, ensuring that they can be passed down to children, grandchildren, or life-size Barbie dolls for use at their own weddings.
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Knowledgeable instructors at AcademyX help to keep students ahead of ever-changing technologies through a comprehensive listing of public courses. With sessions centered on Microsoft Office, Adobe graphic design, and web design, students acquire and develop new skills to apply toward career advancement. Classes pair students with dedicated experts and a host of accompanying learning materials. In addition, students work on dual-monitor workstations that display instructor presentations and provide ample screen space for applying new skills and writing haikus in binary.
The collection of high-quality consignment clothing at vintage ysj allows trendsetters to reach into fashion's back pocket for inspiration to create truly unique looks. Trendatarians can find inspiration on the ysj blog or by perusing the in-store stock, which is as ever-changing as the colors of Batman’s mood ring. Dresses ($24–$79) incorporate delicate details such as boho ruffled collars, Americana fringe, and ’50s secretary-inspired fitted frocks, and blazers, coats, and jackets ($20–$128) show off fur-lined collars, grunge-inspired plaid, and full-back depictions of former Vice President John Nance Garner.