Here you will find artisans that create jewelry, pottery, handwoven home decor as well as wearable items and more. Visit these artists’ studios and enjoy browsing their galleries for that special gift.
Poinsettias are the quintessential Christmas flower and instantly add festive charm to any home. Pick up your plant at any of these great Connecticut florists.
One way to help take care of your skin as the seasons change is with a facial. Give your face the love it deserves with a facial at any of these great Connecticut spas.
Celebrating your first Christmas in your own space or would like to add an item or two to your decorations to bring some holiday cheer into you home? The following shops can help.
Black Friday gets its name from the day retailers begin to turn a profit for the year. Thus the financial accounts go from being in the red to in the black. Stores open very early and sales are everywhere, kicking off the Christmas season. Now is the time to start thinking of holiday gift giving.
Whether your favorite ghost or goblin is going out trick-or-treating or attending a party at a friend’s house, you will want their costume to be fun. The following are some costume suggestions that can be created easily and are under $20.
Do you ever wish your smile was brighter? Teeth whitening is easier than you think. Say so long to less-than-white teeth.
A manicure is a great way to pamper yourself. Keep those nails looking great longer with a Shellac manicure from any of these salons in Connecticut.
You can’t go wrong wearing a pair of designer jeans. Match them with an upscale shirt, designer handbag and shoes and you are dressed to impress.
Connecticut has a number of locally owned retailers offering a variety of jackets ranging from sports to outdoors and casual to upscale. Here’s a list of Connecticut’s top jacket stores that should satisfy any taste and any budget.
This Fourth of July, wear your patriotic spirit on your sleeve…or face, or feet, or anywhere! Here are some cool, weird, and funny July Fourth inspired fashion ideas using America’s national colors of red, white […]
Though now enjoying 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. as their home address, for years the first family came home to 5046 South Greenwood Ave. in Chicago.