The screen-printing sultans at Celebritees have concocted a trio of T-shirt designs to help dress green-minded revelers for Savannah's 2011 St. Patrick's Day festivities. Declare your love of all things sudsy and shamrocked by donning a light green tee with a screen-printed six-pack of sweet shamrock soda and the slogan "Add fizz to your St. Patty's Day!" or show your support for colors with proper names by choosing between two Kelly green options—a classic four-leaf clover decal with the date "March 17th" printed on the back or a collection of festive cups advertising "Savannah's St. Patrick's Day Shenanigans.” Tees are available in sizes small through extra large. Buyers should call or email email@example.com with their desired size and design, and allow three business days for shipping.
Flops & Socks' specialty boutique decks out toes and ankles in sandals from brands such as Cobian, Rainbow, Flojos, and Havaianas. Within the tidy shop of stone-tile floors, black lacquered wood, and dark red decor, designer flip-flops hang from the walls, and adorable toe socks and holiday-themed socks cover calves in fun stripes and bold colors. The ample selection of open-air shoes of fabric, leather, and foam is perfect for cultivating a look that says, "I am a laid-back beach lover" or "My feet are terrified of the dark." As its employees match feet to patterned and printed sandals, Flops & Socks helps out those in abject poverty with shoe drives to charitable organizations such as Soles 4 Souls.
Located on the beautiful end of historic River Street, Artsy's houses an inventory of over 1200 prints by national, local, and student artists. Our on site frame shop and glass alternatives allow us to create any item to match you decor within 24 hours! See website for more details
Staff members at The frayed knot stock shelves with supplies for knitting, crocheting, weaving, and other fiber arts. In addition to carrying a wide range of yarns, The frayed knot also features instructional classes in knitting, crocheting, dyeing, spinning, and felting for all skill levels.
24e outfits living spaces and offices with a slew of high-end living-space accouterments including a rotating selection of inimitable vintage and mid-century modern furniture in its ample attic space. Guests can amble around new products such as the Kendra two-drawer night table ($125) or the Serenity rectangular dresser mirror ($140) that gives patrons one last look at themselves before leaving for work at the mirror factory. The Aldo end table ($470) spruces up living rooms with its geometric design, and the translucent Casper dining chairs ($275) lend dining-room collections a ghostly panache.
Civvies' selection of new and gently used threads outfits men and women in a variety of fashions, sunglasses, and vintage T-shirts. The locally owned shop buys and trades duds daily, ensuring frugal fashionistas can piece together eclectic ensembles ready-made for a day at the office or any black-tie fantasy-football draft. Snag pairs of sunglasses ($10–$12) to attract less attention from the sun but more attention from vampires, or bait admiring looks with neckties patterned in popular prints of stripes or paisley ($7–$12). Shoppers may scour extensive collections of vintage T-shirts ($8–$15), dresses ($16+), or designer denim ($15–$24) sporting lived-in looks. Neat rows of black boots and leopard-print heels line shelves, along with men's shoes ($12–$25) that eagerly use tongues to mouth, "Notice me!" In addition to secondhand finds, Civvies retails locally made jewelry ($20–$48).