Sacramento has perfect spots for your one-of-a-kind wedding, whether your taste runs to fairytale romance, modern design, peaceful sanctuaries or the classic ambiance of Tuscany or “Downton Abbey.”
Most businesses from major retailers to local boutiques have a web presence, but Sacramento style expert Karri Grant knows it is important to be a savvy shopper.
In historic Old Fair Oaks, as well as in the more suburban areas, there are small businesses that have everything you need to find on your shopping list.
A day at the salon is not just for women anymore as men are starting to enjoy services geared just for them. If you are looking for a men’s salon in Sacramento, look no further than this list.
“Fashion Rocks” is back with some of the most recognizable names in fashion and music.
Home decorating can be hard on the wallet but Kim Temple from Ruins in Roseville, California provides some tips for home décor shopping on a budget.
Stylist Debra Driggs says that braiding hair is easier than it seems. She offers these suggestions for anyone interested in a quick coiffure that looks great.
To truly express your individuality and creativity, you choose items that are made by the hands and hearts of local artisans.
High-quality suits and tuxedos for men can be rented at these Sacramento small businesses, whether he needs to dress like a successful businessman, sophisticated bridegroom, GQ model or a Fred Astaire-esque stunner in top hat and tails.
This CBS Local Ultimate Fourth Of July Party Guide will have you prepared for the best Independence Day since 1776.
Toasters and crystal stemware may be traditional, but these businesses can help you find a special wedding gift that the happy couple will truly appreciate.
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