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Jul 15, 2010
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Pick of the Week, Plus Tidbits, Sales and More!

Pick of the Week, Plus Tidbits, Sales and More!

Pick of the Week

Looking for a way to diversify your wardrobe? I’ve frequently touted the benefits of changing up your look and wearing pieces in multiple ways. Recently I stopped at (shoo) to check out their high-end kicks including towering Jeffrey Campbell wedges, sparkly Corso Como sandals and killer Poetic License suede platform sandals … ah, shoes. Sorry, I got distracted thinking about footwear…back to my point: shoe clips. If you think shoe clips are best left in the ’80s, trust me, I feel you. I recall my mom having several (very cute) rhinestone versions that she’d clip on to her royal-blue, red and black pumps. Although they were stylish for their time they would likely look a bit outdated twenty-plus years later.

However, (shoo) sells chic, affordable shoe clips made by Barbara Zaharris, a Milwaukee artist, that retail for a mere $24. Now, I’ve seen shoe clips retail for much more than that online. And kicky pairs like boiled wool pom-poms, delicate chiffon bows (shown left) and quirky plaid flowers guarantee your shoes will have their own personality—and do double duty for two different looks!

(shoo) 109 State St. 467-6325. shoostore.com

 

Events

Indocara Customer Appreciation Sale
When: Now–August 15
Where: 540 W. Washington Ave.
Details: The magic words here are fifty percent off all merchandise. That means a beautiful glass-topped driftwood side table (originally $650, now $325), a leather woven lounge chair (was $1,900, now $800) and much more.
More info: 251-7711. Indocara.com

Fair Indigo Sidewalk Sale
When:
July 15–July 18, hours vary
Where: 570 N. Midvale Blvd.
Details: Knit tees starting a $6, jewelry starting at $3, jackets at $15 and more markdowns! Get some excellent mid-summer deals on fair-trade, eco-friendly and sustainable goods.
More info: 661-7662. Fairindigo.com

Maxwell Street Days
When:
July 16–17, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.; July 18, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Where: Downtown Madison, State Street
Details: Our annual sidewalk sale of killer deals is here! Mid-season also means the best deals on summer merch since shops will be making way for fall items soon!
More info: 512-1342. maxwellstreetdays.org

American Girl Fashion Show
When:
July 16, 6 p.m.; July 17, 3 p.m.; July 18, 11 a.m.
Where: Madison Marriott West, 1313 John Q. Hammons Dr.
Details: Unless you’ve been living under a rock you know that American Girl books are a hit with the tween set. In this local show, seventy-five local models will wear historical clothing similar to what the American Girl characters Kaya, Felicity, Josefina, Addy, Rebecca, Kit, Molly and Julie might have worn. Also check out contemporary outfits and Bitty Baby fashions, too. Refreshments plus raffle and door prizes will also be featured. All proceeds will benefit Madison Children’s Museum, which opens August 14. Tickets are $25 each.
More info: 256-6445 x222. madisonchildrensmuseum.org

Tidbits

Greenway Station has two new businesses opening this fall: Erehwon Mountain Outfitter and Ashley Furniture HomeStore. Erehwon will open in October and Ashley will open on or before Labor Day weekend.

Greenwayshopping.com

Elizabeth Wewerka of Lady Moxie has sold her business and will be leaving Lady Moxie as of July 31. One of Wewerka’s loyal customers has bought the business from her and will continue running it. Not much will change, says Wewerka, as the location, name and consignment concept will stay the same. Wewerka is preparing for a hopeful career change into the Foreign Service as a diplomat in the field of economics. Good luck!

Lady Moxie, 6706 Odana Rd. 826-4268. Ladymoxie.com

You likely have a favorite Memorial Union memory, whether it’s a stage performance you saw, viewing Lagerfeld Confidential, a documentary on Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld during the Wisconsin Film Festival (well, that’s me…), or of course, sitting in the sun on the Terrace. Relive those Terrace memories by purchasing a Brat Stand T-shirt, available in the very Terrace-like colors of yellow, green and orange. Bonus: wear your shirt to the Brat Stand five times and make a purchase, get it stamped—and get a free brat! Now that’s devotion.

Union.wisc.edu. Info on the T-shirts: Dan Granat, 262-7324. granat@wisc.edu

 


 

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As Madison Magazine's style editor, Shayna Mace writes the monthly "Window Shopping" column about Madison's coolest store owners, products and shops. She also reports on Madison's most stylish people, chic items she loves, store events and sales, and additional dish in her weekly blog. Her favorite places to check out around town are local boutiques, consignment and vintage shops for one-of-a-kind treasures, new restaurants and bars, and anywhere that affords her the opportunity to meet and talk to Madison's most inspirational (and many times, fashionable!) people.

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