Shopping in Wauwatosa


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  • Ragstock
    Stocking shelves with new and recycled duds since 1971, Ragstock fortifies wardrobes with a storefront brimming with new and recycled men's and women's clothing and accessories. In addition to mainstream garments, stores sling eclectic outfit accouterments such as neon suspenders ($9.99) and thick-rimmed spectacles ($4.99+) that allow shoppers to evoke the air of literature professors without blithely quoting Joyce.
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    2500 N Mayfair Rd
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • EDGE Apparel
    This newly remodeled boutique is paradise for lovers of casual yet stylish garb, housing brands such as Alternative, Big Star, and Silver Jeans. Though most of the men’s, women’s, and kids’ clothing fuses informality with a subtle hint of punk-rock grit, other items play it safe with colors and styles to suit every taste. The shop even boasts its own signature line of novelty T-shirts emblazoned with slogans that are as playful and risqué as a tattooed kitten.
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    801 N Mayfair Rd.
    Wauwatosa, WI US
  • Hawks Nursery Company
    In 1875, Charles Hawks founded Hawks Nursery Company to outfit local farmers and residents with plant stock: usually fruit trees, shade trees, and shrubs. As towns grew more populated, the company’s staff grew, too, and soon Charles employed 200 salesmen, who traveled the Midwest by horse and buggy, train, or high-powered propeller beanie to sell their stock. When the Depression began atrophying business, Charles responded by expanding into the landscaping industry. There, the company really blossomed. Today, a team of landscape designers—most with college degrees in the field—transforms exterior spaces with verdant plant life, patio designs, and water hazards. The landscape artists’ stellar reputation even earned them landscaping work at the Milwaukee County Zoo and outside of the Milwaukee Art Museum. Hands-on gardeners flock to Hawks Nursery, wandering down outdoor paths that wind past potted flowers and plants, fountains, and trees. The serpentine paths funnel into an information gazebo, where gardeners of all skill levels can ask questions, such as how to care for newly transplanted shrubs or how to teach trees to grow caramel apples. An interior show room sells high-quality gardening supplies, patio furniture, and tropical plants, as well as seasonal decorations.
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    12217 W Watertown Plank Rd
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Urban Laundry
    The varied stock at Urban Laundry, named one of Milwaukee’s Best Women’s Boutiques by CityVoter, bedecks women in contemporary duds from renowned designers. The boutique sets up shop in a restored 19th-century building with exposed Cream City brick and wood-beamed ceilings, from which vintage chandeliers and artwork beam down on a collection of Lola and Sophie blouses and dresses, Free People graphic tops, and denim from 7 For All Mankind. A variety of jewelry and belts accents ensembles, and a selection of vegan handbags basks in cruelty-free materials, daydreaming of bottle feeding baby giraffes.
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    7602 Harwood Ave.
    Wauwatosa, WI US
  • Mattress Firm Wisconsin
    At more than 1,000 Mattress Firm locations around the country, shoppers sink into plush mattresses, recline on firm beds, and belly-flop onto pillow tops. Knowledgeable staffers can help customers create an ideal bedtime environment by dispensing advice based on sleep preferences and illuminating the difference between the many kinds of mattresses. And to the delight of their customers, much of Mattress Firm's bedding wears the label of a premium brand, such as Sealy, Serta, Simmons Beautyrest, or Stearns & Foster.
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    1751 N. Mayfair Road
    Wauwatosa, WI US
  • Haleybird Studios
    The certified yoga teachers at Haleybird Studios help children and adults of all levels of fitness practice a variety of poses. Its classes range from meditative yoga and yoga for teens to specialty workshops like teacher training and spring detox. Yoga, practiced well, can have a range of positive effects, from reducing muscle and joint pain to improving muscle tone and strength. Part of that is learning to use blankets, blocks, and other aid to perfect form. The studio also has a supply of their own mats, blocks, and bolsters for students to use during class or job interviews.
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    9207 West Center Street
    Wauwatosa, WI US

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