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This exquisite boutique carries jewelry, shoes, purses, and home and body accessories.

This small, well-stocked store features home decor, office supplies, accessories, and more, much of it created from recycled/reclaimed and/or sustainable sources.

The only stop necessary for last-minute baby showers, weddings, housewarmings, or birthday parties. Stocked to the gills with whimsical and practical goods, there's no way you will leave without finding something guaranteed to delight.

Best known for its jaw-dropping selection of beautiful (but not bank-account-emptying) brushed silver and semiprecious stone jewelry, made by its namesake designer, the store also sells jewelry by local designers and baby items.

This kitschy-cool shop is crammed with unique (and reasonably priced) treasures like vintage-inspired jewelry, silly socks, terrariums, and various novelty items.

This shop offers environmentally friendly and spiritually oriented items for home and garden, including Buddha statues, fountains, candles, and the like.

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