Shopping & Style
Do-it-yourselfer extraordinaire Shelley Wilson loves cruising craft and stores, thrift shops, garage sales and antique fairs for supplies. She says you can make easy, inexpensive and unique presents with “re-purposed buttons, toy soldiers, old maps, fabric, dollhouse furniture and photographs.”
Whether for the holidays or for occasions throughout the year, gift baskets can be a perfect way to celebrate while sharing something unique that was created right here in the Sacramento area.
If you want to win the ugly Christmas sweater contest at work, you won’t find what you need here. But these boutiques can definitely get you ready to shine at holiday parties throughout the season.
Teresa Dawson of Over The Top Events uses chalk paint, personal photographs and trips to Sacramento farmers markets to create fun, inexpensive and thoughtful hostess gifts.
Use your smartphone to truly maximize your holiday shopping. From coupon finders to shopping lists, these apps have everything you need to get the best savings.
Find just the right thing to complement your personal style or personal space at one of these top five consignment stores in Sacramento.
Don’t get lost in the sea of sales, coupons, flyers and email lists. Take a little time to organize and you can save a bundle this holiday season.
Here are five tattoo shops in the Sacramento area that deserve further exploration.
Although the venerable Village Hat Shop is no longer in Old Sacramento, these local businesses will help you find just the right lid for your noggin.
Where do you find what you need to make Halloween special? Take a look at the list.
High-quality designs and gorgeous, stylish interiors do not have to carry a hefty price tag. Toni Nulton of TLN Interiors discusses how to make this transformation possible on a budget.
These local shops and boutiques are among the area’s best places to find hot shoes for the cool seasons.