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The Bike Shop sells new and used bicycles and bicycle accessories from a small storefront on Freret Street. The friendly and knowledgeable staff at the shop continuously go above and beyond the call of duty to make sure that customers have what they need to make their cycling experiences enjoyable. Moreover, The Bike Shop staff members are available to install accessories purchased there, as well as providing a full menu of tune up and bicycle repair services. - Bethany Culp
The fleur de lis has long been a symbol for the city of New Orleans. Fleur d'Orleans caters to those who prefer to share their New Orleans pride by wearing the symbol. This Magazine Street shop sells a variety of custom designed silver fleur de lis jewelry for men and women. Shop offerings include necklaces, bracelets, brooches, earrings, and cufflinks in addition to gift items like ornaments, money clips, and paperweights. Fleur d'Orleans designs are available at a variety of price points to satisfy any budget.
Spruce Eco Showroom and Studio adds a new element of design to home décor. This stylish studio is home to products and services to those looking to spruce up their homes with environmentally friendly products and processes in mind. At Spruce Eco Showroom and Studio, customers can expect to find a wide variety of eco-friendly products designed to enhance the beauty of the home—indoors and outdoors. In addition, Spruce offers services to aid in home-styling like custom interior architecture, green consultations, and staging and curb appeal consultations. - Bethany Culp
For more than 25 years, Stationer of New Orleans has been providing paper connoisseur with fine stationary and paper accessories. Stationer of New Orleans sells exceptional lines of stationary and invitations including Kate Spade, Vera Wang, Sweet Pea, Oblation Press, and Sarah LeClere, as well as custom designs. In addition to stationary and invitations, Stationer of New Orleans sells journals, hand made books, albums, and a variety of distinct gifts. - Bethany Culp
Whenever you are in New Orleans, for business or pleasure, a must stop is Magazine Street. This is the street that has it all no matter what your shopping needs are. Whatever you're looking for, be it fashion, vintage clothing, children's clothing, shoes, or accessories, Magazine Street is the place to be. When you start to work up an appetite, try seafood, French cuisine, farmer's markets, chocolates, or stop into one of the many bars for a pick-me-up.
Shoppers striving for a higher level of organization in their lives can address all of their needs at The Occasional Wife. This Magazine Street shop sells a variety of home and closet organizational tools to control clutter and organize spaces. In addition to selling organizational accessories for the home and office, The Occasional Wife provides a long list of services like party planning, home organization, holiday decorating, and moving and relocation services to help clients get any aspect of their life under control. - Bethany Culp