The gardening store that Bill Green opened in 1943 remains open today, thanks to the oversight of Green's grandson, David. The family-owned business now provides garden design services to assist newly greened thumbs and hosts Saturday classes on topics such as winter rose care and impervious biodome construction. Primex also partners with local philanthropic organizations, helping to fill pantries in need with excess fruits and vegetables, Locally sourced plants fill the nursery and greenhouse, and organic gardening products stand on shelves throughout the store. A knowledgeable staff of horticulturists and gardeners provide garden consultations and advice on botanical matters. Chloe and Rascal, Primex's feline employees, roam the warehouse, greenhouse, and koi pond, dispensing horticultural advice to various inanimate objects.
Viva Fashion’s staffers handpick the European threads that hang from the store's shelves, which heave under the weight of more than 3,000 unique styles. The clothing cloaks men, women, and children with a selection of dresses, women’s tops, women’s outerwear, menswear, and accessories. The high-quality fashions come from European brands including Deca, Angels Never Die, and Lauren Vidal, and they range in size from XS to 4XL, ensuring that whole families of nesting dolls can shop in the same store.
Founded by Joe Mortimer in 1963, Select Jewelers has evolved from a door-to-door jewelry business to a thriving duo of elegant jewelry boutiques. Now run by Joe's son, called Joe Jr. by longstanding customers, the jewelry store carries high-quality brands such as Bentelli diamonds—which are sold below market-recommended prices—and Speidel watches. The shop's dexterous tinkerers also do repair work, replacing broken clasps on chains and resetting watches so that they skip over unlucky 13:00
Cach? helps women turn heads with fun, vibrant outfits that transition easily from day to night. From lifestyle sportswear to cocktail dresses, the national specialty boutique has what women need to look fabulous before, during, and after their 9-to-5. To ensure a personalized shopping experience, stylists stand ready to advise customers in every boutique. Shoppers can even schedule a one-on-one appointment to streamline preparations for a special event.
Though these looks change from season to season, Cach? is known for incorporating bold prints and patterns into everything from floral pants and dresses to animal-print tops. On the flip side, Cach? also maintains an entire collection of LBDs?little black dresses?that fit in just as well at a cocktail party as they do at the office.
Rally House encourages customers to wear their Philadelphia sports-team pride on their sleeves, heads, and everywhere else. For more than two decades, the shop has stocked clothes, accessories, and home decor that represent the city's professional teams including the Eagles, Phillies, Union, and 76ers. Its college spirit soars equally high with prideful relics that feature logos of Drexel, La Salle, Penn, Penn State, Rutgers, Saint Joseph?s, Temple, Villanova and West Chester teams. Guests can browse the space for unique finds, including pint glasses, vintage t-shirts, and license plate frames, among other items.
Since 1935, Sammy's Fabulous Jewelry has beautified clients with rings, watches, necklaces, and earrings, as well as colorful prom dresses and swanky formal attire. Baubles on offer include stretch and clasp bracelets and, to keep ankles' wrist envy at bay, anklets in gold and silver. Many pieces feature one-of-a-kind customized touches such as personal monograms, which can be put on wall art, necklaces, and earrings.