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Stage Two wraps bodies in formfitting splendor with a selection of dance apparel and swimsuits designed to minimize the pernicious effects of air and water drag. Dancers can accouter themselves in brands such as Capezio, Bloch, Motionwear, and Basic Moves, choosing from such dance essentials as leotards ($18.95–$42.95), tights ($6.95–$14.95), and jazz shoes ($28.95–$52.95). Those who prefer to leave rhythmic motion to the sea can garb their bodies in water-friendly pieces by Speedo, Tyr, Nike, and Arena, choosing suits according to their predilection for a leisurely backstroke or a rapidly competitive doggy paddle. Human torpedoes are sleekened to seal-like slickness with competition suits ($9.95–$77.95), and bodies toned by wintertime workout regimens are displayed to greatest effect with casual beachwear. Swim caps ($2.95–$19.95) aerodynamize heads and give socially anxious hair a safe, private place to collect itself.
Custom Bra Fitting. We offer women a unique approach to bra shopping. All of our products are high quality designer brands that are recommended by top fitters in the industry. A place you can feel comfortable and secure while getting the bra that is best fit for your individual body style.
An ornate chandelier floods Threads Consignment Boutique's soft-pink walls with light, illuminating racks of fine consignment apparel. The store draws business from mothers, daughters, and grandmothers alike, with designer clothing available in a wide range of sizes and styles. Guests can try on clothing, purses, and handbags behind the billowing curtains of spacious changing rooms, and the boutique also offers a selection of uncommon items from both local and international female artisans, along with handmade greeting cards from Fairest LJ and 316 Greetings. The shop is often the site of special events, such as fashion shows, jewelry workshops, private shopping parties, and timed cannon-loading competitions.
Harland Watch & Diamond's cases glint and glitter with shafts of prismatic light bouncing off skillfully cut gems. Working closely with patrons, staff members help match each customer with pieces that suit their tastes and fall within their budget, from pearl and diamond bracelets and earrings to designer watches to Montblanc pens perfect for forging presidential directives.
Studio Seven Arts, voted Best Art Gallery of 2011 by Diablo magazine's readers, is bedecked in one-of-a-kind fine art, handcrafted jewelry, and eclectic crafts, fostering an inspiring backdrop to their custom-framing services. The staff members curate a collection of American art pieces, including locally made creations, displaying handcrafted fine jewelry and skillfully made crafts that can be both functional and decorative—much like a scarecrow in a sundress. The gallery’s in-house framing artisans draw upon 25 years of experience to build custom frames for such treasures as paintings, photos, diplomas, and mirrors of any shape or size. Frames can be outfitted with wood to match any room’s décor, and with a variety of glass options that can block the bleaching effects of sunlight and scribblings of pets who feel they ought to be in all the family photos.
A frequent winner of Diablo magazine’s Best Maternity Couture Shop in the East Bay award, Stork’s Nest delivers a chic bundle of maternity and baby clothes and nursery accessories. Maternity clothes in a variety of styles, from seersucker dresses ($96) to vertigo pants ($64), snuggle up to their baby-size offspring. In addition to chromosome-specific Baby Brother onesies ($33) and Toni Tierney bluebird dresses ($51), gender-neutral clothes such as Trumpette knit hoodies ($27) keep both boys and girls stylish and un-naked. Stork's Nest also carries a cozy collection of nursery accessories from chenille baby blankets ($32–$64) to mobiles that sing nightly Metallica lullabies.
With bras made of candy and an entire section devoted to bachelorette-bash party favors, Kiss N Tell often takes a lighthearted approach to erotic goods. However, it doesn't sacrifice classiness to be crude. Since its inception in 1995, it has advocated for positive and healthy sexual expression, and it has an expert staff on hand to answer questions in a comfortable store setting. Plus, all of Kiss N Tell's products are on display for guests to inspect.
The offerings include We-Vibe couples' vibrators and personal massagers such as the Mini iVibe Rabbit, a smaller version of the popular Rabbit toy, as well as rose petals, Kama Sutra massage oils and candles, and other romantic accessories. Even Kiss N Tell's handcuffs selection is impressively varied—classic metal bracelets contrast with soft, feathery cuffs and the glow-in-the-dark plastic versions favored by policemen who patrol past midnight.
Fay Jewelers is Sacramento's one-stop shop for great prices on diamond rings and jewelry. We buy, sell, and trade all fine jewelry, and also offer in-house repairs and custom design. From bridal sets to earrings and pendants, we have a comprehensive selection of diamonds, surely something for every occasion and budget.
ABC News 10 named Pre-Flite Lounge one of "Sacramento's best 'not-so-obvious' happy hour spots," and Yelpers give it a rare 4.5-star average:
Located just west of Marshall Park, Cuffs stocks one of a kind vintage finds alongside independent and local designs, offering everything from tops, bottoms, and shoes to one-piece rompers and hand-made accessories. Suit up for summer in the color-splashed old-flame sundress ($48) or pay homage to childhood in the sand-and-sun romper ($46). Cuffs' chunky faux-leather, zip-back in-the-nude heels in taupe ($48) will match every color in your wardrobe or suitcase, and the vintage time-tested pocket watch ($32) will add a touch of Victorian class to your finest hooded gowns. Cuffs caters to the body-covering needs of both men and women, so update your beau's clothes with a long-sleeved day-one shirt ($38), or liven up a languid relationship by adorning the familiar face with chunky walk-this-way specs ($22).
Alister Oliver started taking photographs as a curious four-year-old—primarily of the worms in his garden. It’s been a while since those grub-hunting days, and in the intervening years, Alister discovered human subjects and a deep admiration for the work of Mary Quant, the iconic British fashion designer. His current work glimmers with flashes of the designer’s ultra-mod aesthetic, making for delightfully unexpected portraits and fashion photos.
At his current studio, Alister Photography, he specializes in eye-catching, magazine-quality portraits. Though he’s adept at creating traditional shots, his work shines when he’s reimagining icons such as Charlie Chaplin and Willy Wonka as women, or exploring the play of light and shadow on a subject in an otherwise unremarkable hallway. That same wellspring of creativity flows into his wedding photography, which chronicles nuptials more effectively than cutting the bride’s dress in half to count its rings.
Max Muscle found its feet in 1990, when a group of athletes set out to build a brand of supplements that would effectively boost performance. From this concept grew a national sports-nutrition franchise, with a spectrum of supplements that help to nurture weight loss, maintain overall health, bolster muscle mass, and build endurance for marathon games of Go Fish.
At more than 100 locations across the United States and through an expansive online store, Max?s muscle mavens dispense multivitamins and protein shakes to both solo customers and affiliated personal trainers. The company places a special emphasis on women?s health and fitness, offering supplements specially tailored to women?s bodies. Max Muscle locations also aid customers in beginning their wellness journey through nutrition consultations, during which certified staff members draft nutrition plans customized to clients? specific bodily needs and lifestyles.
Since 1984, Sports Fever has outfitted fans of nearly every professional and collegiate sport with the colors and emblems of their beloved teams. With 16 brick-and-mortar stores throughout Northern and Southern California and an extensive online catalog of apparel and accessories, Sports Fever lets locals celebrate the Giants' recent world-championship victory with sporty T-shirts while supplying alumni with college hoodies that show off their schools’ chart-topping ACT scores.
Few careers date as far back as the jeweler. From Egyptian headdresses to the wedding charms that decorated Henry VIII's bracelets, jewelry has been a sign of opulence and beauty that transcends generations. At the California Institute of Jewelry Training, instructors teach classes for all skill levels in a variety of disciplines. The institute's classes cover the skills needed to become a jewelry designer, gemologist, or stone setter or to forge a different professional track. For casual students and hobbyists, instructors lead one-day workshops that touch on specific facets of jewelry making ranging from wire wrapping to enameling to blacksmithing.
Kool Kids Boutique was just a twinkle in Pamela Randall’s eye when she founded her own clothing line, P & T Designs, in 2001, but her store now serves as home to her own line and to a voluminous selection of custom-designed children’s merchandise. Formal and casual duds for little ones bear brands including Le Top, Biscotti, and Nicole Miller. Toys and accessories, ranging from hand-sewn stuffed animals to colorful lunch boxes, dot the aisles alongside hand-painted rocking chairs and bedding for babies, toddlers, and sleep-deprived storks.