Lululemon's trademark logo has stamped its impression across the continent. The flourishing company stemmed from the founder, Chip Wilson's, need for gear specially designed for his yoga class. That very need coupled with the science of athletic fabric led to the first of the chain stores in 1998. Today, it boasts numerous outlets in America and Canada catering solely to the fashion requirements of fitness freaks. The collection includes comfortable and stylish tank tops, hoodies, undergarments, pants and shorts for both the sexes. The exclusive yoga line features mats, towels and accessories; and the store also plays host to weekly yoga sessions.
Fashion repeats itself at Consignments in Pittsburgh. The lovely boutique is more like an oversize closet that you wish were your own. It features secondhand and used merchandise for women, including trendy clothes, luxurious overcoats, scarves, hats, handbags, sunglasses and shoes. The statement jewelry collection in sterling silver and semi-precious stones at bargain rates deserves a special mention. Also on sale are tasteful ceramics and artifacts that make for great gifts and home decor.
If you are in Pittsburgh, you will be impressed by the fashion collection that Narciso Rodriguez showcases at The Dress Circle. Along with swanky outfits, the store also offers seductive perfumes, after shave emulsion, deodorant, shower gel and upbeat toiletries for men. There's superb body products for women too. Hair mist, body lotion, body scrub, perfume and purse perfume are some of the few items that Narciso prides itself with!
Kards Unlimited is the best place to visit if you are looking for some pretty and exciting gifts. They have an awesome collection of cards, candles, t-shirts, photo albums, beer steins, ties, wind chimes, garden decorations, ornaments that hang from the ceiling and other amazing stationeries. This store is always bustling with crowd that consists of people from many sections of the society. The kids won't be able to resist temptation once they get a glimpse of the Harry Potter stuff on display.
People ignore it, but shoes actually show the class and standard of a person. To choose the best visit the Ten Toes showroom. The most stylist and trendy shoes are waiting to bring glamor to your feet. From Cinderella-like heels to platforms, from sandals to boots, all are available here. The coveted pairs go for USD30 upwards. And while you're there, don't forget to have a look at the clearance rack, where last seasons shoes are sold at much cheaper rates.
Tennis Village has been meeting tennis gear demands in Western Pennsylvania for more than 20 years and is one of the leading stores in the area. Players can avail of racquets, clothing, shoes, bags, accessories, gift certificates, and Frequent Stringer Program. All kinds of brands make it here-Adidas, Yonex, Ashway, Viking and many more. Metered parking is available.
The eclectic collection at Hey Betty is just interesting enough to let you forget that most of it is second-hand. Check out the vintage clothing and the funky accessories. Cute tees, retro jeans, dresses, coats, jewelry and lighters-they have it all here. Who knows what you may find here, a divine floor sweeping gown from the '20s or a rugged leather jacket. Three floors with charming pieces at affordable prices; what better way to empty out your wallet! Be warned it is easy to go crazy in here.
Caesar's Designs features the unique fine jewelry designed by Caesar Azzam, a third-generation jeweler. Azzam carefully crafts beautiful pieces from the finest stones and metals, working with gold, platinum or sterling silver, diamonds, precious gems or pearls. No two pieces will ever look the same. The shop specializes in his unique work that can be designed to specifications.
People often stop at Prantls Bakery in Shadyside to inquire about the alligator-shaped bread in the window. The bakery sells the traditional-shaped loaves of bread and the shelves are full of delicious pastries, cakes and cookies. The house specialty is the burnt-almond torte. Don't forget to try the old-fashioned whipped cream cakes.
JCPenney is the blend of everything put together under one roof. Keep walking and you will find mens wear, womens wear, jewelery, cosmetics, parlors, kids collection, house hold items, housewares, shoes etc on display just for you. The options are many and at one point you feel the burden to choose a single item piling up on you. You feel you just have a small wish and that is to have everything you see. People with a liking for branded materials won't be disappointed as names like Nike, Sony, Levis, Calvin Klein are pretty much there.
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