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Sip & Shop Spring Boutique

Sip & Shop Spring Boutique
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The Women’s City Club of Pasadena located in the marvelous, lovely Binn House is celebrating its 71st anniversary. On April 23, all are invited to WCC’s Spring Boutique and Club Fair. Folks are invited to “sip, shop, and socialize”—meeting members and learning about WCC membership, tour Blinn House (worth the trip!), learn about the nonprofits […]

De-Cor: A Winter Sale

De-Cor: A Winter Sale

We love stepping into De-Cor, an enchanting profusion of color, smells, shapes, and textures. The 7,500 square foot showroom is lined with shelves of hand made textiles, filled with “re-claimed” furniture that’s been restored and updated, and a handful of display “rooms” that illustrate how their merchandise work together so alluringly. During the first week […]

In the Wheelhouse

In the Wheelhouse

We seem to be on a “ceramics” kick at the moment. We stopped by Flintridge Bookstore during Small Business Saturday to see Beverly Crist’s plates, bowls, and vases and started a savings jar for a future purchase. We snagged a stunning vase and bowl for Christmas presents at Xiem Clay Center’s fall show a few […]

TLO: Vintage Heaven

TLO: Vintage Heaven

Locals who (understandably) complain that Old Pasadena is just another mall, if an outdoors one, need to get off Colorado Boulevard and explore the side streets—especially Holly Street, where a gaggle of indie merchants are thriving. Our new fave is the Loved One, aka TLO, a vintage boutique that recently set a group of college […]

Therapy

Therapy

Always current, Therapy offers an effortless stream of brands that are modern classics. The customer ranges from 18 to 50+, and they’re all able to satisfy their latest craving without having to give into a flighty fad. Brands like Diane von Furstenburg, Joie, Theory, Elizabeth and James, and Cynthia Vincent appeal to the chic. Pick […]

Lady Bird

Lady Bird

At this colorful, preppier-than-prep store, customers browse the newest (and brightest) Lilly Pulitzer prints. Lady Bird, a Lilly Pulitzer signature store, offers everything Lilly—from summer shifts to wrapping paper, kids clothes to boldly printed overnight bags. The tiny store is a breath of pink-and-green air with its floral prints and welcoming employees. Along with the perfect […]

Leonora Moss

Leonora Moss

Mom and daughter owners run this stellar gift boutique and flower shop. Fresh-cut flowers are in the big fridge for your shopping pleasure, or pre-plan with Laurie and Judith, both of whom are talented designers. There’s also a good selection of accessories, reasonably priced linen clothing, one-of-a-kind jewelry and gifts for teen girls, their moms […]

La Cañada Goes Mad

La Cañada Goes Mad

In a manner of speaking, that is. Saturday brings the March Madness Sale to Foothill Boulevard, and the merchants are promising a lot of bargains. They’ll be moving the goods out onto the sidewalk, and there might even be some snacks involved. The event will run all the way from the Apple Cart on the […]

Stress-Free (!) Shopping at Vroman’s

Stress-Free (!) Shopping at Vroman’s

You may not be hearing those sleigh bells jingling just yet, but if you don’t want to driven insane by the jingling in the final days before Christmas, consider Saturday’s Stressless Soiree at Vroman’s. It’s a new kind of event for the San Gabriel Valley’s literary hub: You pony up $45, and here’s what you […]

Get a Head Start on Holiday Shopping

Get a Head Start on Holiday Shopping

Brisket tacos and an easy way to get a jump on holiday shopping? Yep, it’s a win-win this weekend at an artisan boutique being hosted by the Pasadena Jewish Center & Temple. Look for an appearance by the hot new truck Takosher (we can personally vouch for the brisket tacos, and word is that the […]

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