Bundle up in chilly weather with the purchase of a new personalized headpiece from one of the following local shops.
Here is a listing of stores to meet your Halloween needs, whether your are in search of decorations for a party or just in general.
Jackie Bayer, Design Director for Amanda Austin Interiors in Baltimore, offers several tips for making your bedroom stylish and cozy.
Are you redesigning your fall wardrobe? Do you need new winter gear? Now is a good time to start thinking about fall and winter shoes. Check out this list of locally owned shoe stores.
Are you engaged to be married? Congratulations to you and your sweetheart. Now it is time to find a venue for your wedding. Here are five great places in Baltimore to get married in the fall.
A Baltimore shop owner gives advice on how to find the best deals shopping online.
The Federal Hill neighborhood offers variety eccentric, urban and posh boutiques. If you looking for a new fashion accessory, an eye-catching necklace or something to bring your home together, you are sure to find it at one of these boutiques.
This list has stylists who are well trained, experienced and listen to their customers’ wants and needs. These shops are part of the attitude and culture that is found throughout Baltimore.
With over 23 years of experience, Carol Weil has seen a lot of changes in the home decorating industry. She helps narrow the thousands of choices into just the few that work for the customer’s lifestyle and budget.
With movies and TV shows like “Frozen” and “Game of Thrones” taking over popular culture, it’s easy to see why braided hair is coming back into fashion. Here are some tips from local salon owner and style expert Melinda Thomas about getting your perfect braid.
Check out these local stores known for their handmade accessories.
In the decades around 1900, Baltimore clothing manufacturers employed more workers than any other industry. Those jobs are long gone, most going overseas.