Shopping & Style
Connecticut offers so many beautiful scenic areas, especially when the flowers start to bloom in spring. It’s the perfect time to capture those images with the perfect camera.
Even though mothers are valued year round, Mother’s Day is one day a year dedicated to saying thank you for all they do. Finding the right gift for your mother, grandmother, wife, or friend doesn’t have to be difficult. Gift shops located across Connecticut offer a variety of unique gifts from personalized jewelry and products to bags, chocolate, or top brand items.
The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Connecticut, with new businesses starting here every year. A few of these have met with growing success, with their products selling well not just within the state, but beyond its borders as well.
Finding new athletic wear can be key to making you feel most comfortable during your work out. Local shops around the state of Connecticut sell sportswear to meet the specific needs of women from tops, bottoms, shoes, and bras. When it comes to finding custom designed outfits Connecticut has that too. Shop one of these top stores for your next shopping spree.
Home to Yale University, historic literary giants Mark Twain, Noah Webster and Harriet Beecher Stowe, and more contemporary authors such as Wallace Stephens and Suzanne Collins (Hunger Games), it’s no wonder books are a plenty in Connecticut. Used bookstores are a myriad world of value, discovery, nostalgia, social connections and often, a warm coffee. Here are some of the best in Connecticut.
Alexandra Wallace-Currie is a mother of three children (and six puppies and a fighting fish), and knows that not every Connecticut soccer mom can rush off to Paris. This fashionista knows what works for her and her friends, and here are her thoughts on what women in Connecticut will be and should be wearing this spring.
Plan accordingly for this year’s April Fools’ Day gag. From gag gifts to magic tricks or funny t-shirts, there are plenty of options when shopping at one of these local stores.
Alexandra Wallace-Currie makes it her business not just to track but also to anticipate fashion trends, and here are just five of what she sees as the “hottest” trends in Connecticut this spring.
Finding a new piece of furniture to accent your home or office can take time. To make things a bit easier, shop at local consignment, antique or thrift stores.
A woman often dreams about her wedding since being a little girl. Whatever the theme or image for the perfect wedding, an important part is the women chosen to stand beside her. Finding bridesmaids dresses is made easy at some of Connecticut’s best boutiques.