After raising her two children and earning a degree in fashion merchandising from Philadelphia University, Ruth Krass fulfilled her lifelong dream of opening a women's boutique. Alongside her husband Victor, owner of Krass Brothers, she began cultivating a fashion-forward collection of women’s apparel, shoes, and accessories. The store's golden hangers hoist everything from sportswear by Alice and Olivia to elegant formal gowns from Badgley Mischka and Marchesa. Bedazzled Boutique has an extensive selection of prom dresses, as well as mother-of-the-bride dresses, for customers with forthcoming special occasions. Zsa Zsa, the store's canine mascot, welcomes each shopper with a friendly wag of the tail and candid one-on-one advice on styling and sizing choices.
Vision Source Philadelphia’s network of boutiques and optometrists’ offices protects patients’ vision with exams and eyewear. Each location’s optical experts care for eyesight with treatments such as laser vision correction, glaucoma diagnoses, and emergency care, as well as assessing prescriptions. Then, galleries grace nose-bridges with frames from brands such as Ted Baker, Gucci, Dior, and Armani.
This is a dental practice committed to bringing patients comfort and providing good dental care. Dr. Nasrin Larijani has practiced dentistry at this location since 1995, and she has been teaching at the University of Pennsylvania Dental School since 1992. She is committed to excellent patient care and a calm, gentle touch.
The Running Place outfits active patrons from all walks of life with a variety of footwear, exercise apparel, and fitness accessories. Technical tops and bottoms by Moving Comfort and The North Face help to keep athletes and aesthetes stylish as they pose for post-race photos at the finish line. Workout-worthy Tarma jewelry makes a better gift for running relatives than an autograph from a cheetah, and Superfeet shoe inserts pamper precious toesies ($39.95). Hydration products, CW-X compression socks ($45), and sunglasses keep rubber-burners in good enough shape to pursue hooligans who refuse to respect the laws of thermodynamics.
Baskets, trellises, and pots fill Healthy Gardens and Supply's racks and shelves, awaiting the day their mesh bottoms and wire tops embrace the tender roots and leafy tendrils of hydroponic and organically grown plants. The plant purveyor furnishes home growers with supplies such as grow lighting, tools from cable ties to thirsty lights, and nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus. Additionally, a library of instructional books packs bindings with hydroponic how-tos, cutting instructions, and tips on how to comfort jealous houseplants.
As one of the largest authorized retailers for AT&T, Mobile Communications Systems equips conversers with phones, accessories, and services to fit various lifestyles. Requiring a two-year agreement for activation and upgrades, the plethora of impressive phones—including GoPhones, data phones, smart phones, and 4G phones—assures that talk meets its technological match. Smart phones, including the Samsung Captivate ($99), impersonate small computers with 16 GB of memory, a keyboard touch screen, and that new microprocessor smell. Built from recycled plastics, the Samsung Evergreen ($69.99) supports mp3 files and graces fingertips with a QWERTY keyboard. For more advanced technophiles, the 4G Motorola Atrix's ($199.99) 4" screen displays crisp videos powered by a dual core 1GHz processor, and the 4G HTC Inspire ($99.99) runs on Android 2.2 OS and records videos in 720 HD.