At SLICE OF LIFE Tees we make foodies t-shirts that express who they are. Our tees are designed around our love of food, cooking and eating. Some are thoughtful, some are quirky and some are just plain wrong, but if you’re a foodie, you’ll love each and every one.
Samantha's Skin Spa's dexterous team blankets the body with comprehensive skin and hair rejuvenation services. A Shellac gel manicure ($30) coats finger caps in one of 24 different colors for up to two weeks of chip-free shine, and a full manicure and pedicure ($45) prepares all four nail clusters to induce bitter jealousy with insincere waves. Trained lock-clippers shampoo and trim tresses before molding them into contemporary styles for both women ($40) and men ($18). Waxing services landscape facial hedges with eyebrow shaping ($10) and upper-lip smoothing ($5), and men can opt for a full-back wax ($50) to pack away wintry sweater collections. Nether waxing, such as a bikini ($35) or a Brazilian ($50) wax, pairs well with a quick UV tan ($1/min.) to complement a new designer sasquatch hair bikini. Today's second option offers skillfully applied eyelash extensions, pulling blackout shades on windows to the soul for about three weeks.
Adare's Boutique keeps shoppers chic with an array of fashions, accessories, and jewelry from name brands such as Sorrelli, Ayala Bar, and Detra Kay. Customers can accent colorful summer dresses and drab scuba suits with the kaleidoscopic sparkles of an abalone flower brooch by Detra Kay ($115), before bobbing head-first into Adare's jewelry selection to wreathe necks in the amethyst crystal necklace by Sorrelli ($110). The boutique's free parking and a seven-day exchange policy, customers have plenty of time to model their new looks for their friends, family, and discriminating stuffed animals.
Nestled along boutique- and coffee shop-lined Hope Street, Red Water Designs' storefront stops even the most caffeinated of passersby in their tracks with a selection of eye-catching accessories. Jewelers constantly update their array of glittering semi-precious stones and hand-blown glass beads fixed in sterling silver or gold-plated metal. Style experts seek out baubles created by local designers, selling only a limited number of pieces at a time from lines such as "Inspirations" by Rhode Island designer Chrisha.
Photo Card Creations is a leading online retailer for photo cards, invitations, and announcements, giving save-the-dates and season's greetings a personal stamp of elegantly un-pixelated digital portraiture. Since 2001, the custom creations have given couples, families, and solo heroes of the printed greeting a vast canvas on which to frame their valiant visages, with body language-enhanced thank you cards, warmly grinning invitations, and fatally cute cards to commemorate tiny new humans. All cards are printed on cardstock that, at a thick 100 lbs., is a bit self-conscious about its weight, but delivers a reliably sturdy greeting all the same. Cards for any occasion come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and designs, including hard-to-find watercolor and hand-torn-edge cards ($2.20–$2.35 each), panel insert cards ($2.05–$2.20 each), or a classic folded linen card in either cream or white ($2.10–$2.35 each).