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Hello Boutique is the lace to be when you'r looking to shoo for all the latest trends in women's fashion. Featuring an extensive collection of casual and formal where, this is where you are certain to find the right outfit for all occasions. From elegant dresses and tops, to shorts, skirts an sweaters, you name it, and you will find it at this wonderful store. Along with a great clothing, Hello Boutique also features an impressive collection of women's accessories.
Known throughout the city for their intricate jewelry designs and fabulous diamond work, Derek Simpson Goldsmith is the place to be when you're looking to make a special purchase. Since its inception, this has been the neighborhood's most trusted goldsmiths, offering a guarantee of durability and genuineness to all its products. From gold and diamond rings and necklaces, to customized sets, no matter what's your demand, this goldsmith will ensure you are more than satisfied.
This funky (and popular with the Yale crowd) bookstore offers an expansive selection for all ages and tastes, plus a fun adjoining cafe to grab a bite or drink and to further enjoy the literary experience. The store faces busy Chapel Street and if you are lucky enough to grab a place by the window, you can add people watching to the experience. Close to the Yale University Art Gallery and other Yale attractions, Atticus is a great place for the bookish as well as the hungry tourist.
Wave is a gallery and boutique shop located in Downtown New Haven. Wave specializes in beautiful jewelry and handmade crafts, gifts and other decor items. The friendly staff is happy to help you with anything from picking out that perfect pair of earrings to match your outfit to finding the perfect gift for your friend's wedding.
With more than 200 hundred stores in the United States and Canada, Ten Thousand Villages brings fine quality handicrafts from all over the world to New Haven. Beautiful handmade crafts and textiles, toys and home accessories fill the small boutique run by volunteers of this non-profit operation. The proceeds from these purchases assist third world crafts people in many ways including income to pay for food, clothing, housing, health care and education for their families. This is a perfect place to pick out a unique gift for a special person (or yourself!) while making a difference in the lives of third world artisans.
This shop is a true piece of New Haven history, and it is worth a stop inside regardless of your smoking habits. Conveniently located across the street from the Shubert Theatre, past customers include Vincent Price, Olivia de Havilland and Rex Harrison. Two employees from the 1950s still work here; one an expert in pipe repair and the other a specialist in mixing tobaccos. The shop offers a walk-in humidor, cigar lounge and cafe, plus everything from hand-blended tobaccos and handcrafted pipes to music boxes, writing instruments and chess sets.