Teal Lotus offers so many different products. Almost any gift-type item you’re looking for you’ll be able to find here. The inventory is constantly changing. This does bring a uniqueness to the shopping experience because not only can you get something that might very personally connect with the person you’re shopping for, but you’re also not buying cookie-cutter mass-produced items that can be picked up just anywhere.Read More A Guide to Steel Lotus Gift Shop
I was a little skeptical of walking into Simply You Soap & Candle Co. Why would I need a specialty store to buy soap? What I didn’t realize, despite the name, is that Simply You Soap & Candle is not just soap and candles. They carry all sorts of health and beauty products, making them more equivalent to Bath & Body Works or Lush.Read More A Guide to Simply You Soap & Candle Co.
The Penguin Bookshop has been a staple in Sewickley since October 1929 when the first location opened at 311 Chestnut Street. The original owners, Isabelle L. Adams and Eleanor Gilchrist, named the store after their favorite book, Penguin Island by Anatole France.Read More A Guide to the Penguin Bookshop
The style of clothes at The Line is primarily business casual. They carry a lot of pieces that can be dressed up for work or business events, or also dressed down for after work get togethers or Sunday Brunch.Read More A Guide to The Line
The feel of Gypsy Rayne, according to owner Alyssa Roppa, is boho-inspired by “mix[ing] fashion with comfort in a classy, tasteful way.” This branding is perfect for Pittsburgh girls. We love to look good, love to be in style, but don’t want to sacrifice the comfort of our yoga pants and hoodies.Read More A Guide to Gypsy Rayne Boutique