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Savvy Shopper: December Shake up your shopping trip.

Lapel Luxury Italians do everything better. The food, the wine … and the suits. So Savvy’s thanking her lucky stelle that Wilkes & Riley, a Baltimore-based men’s retailer that specializes in Italian fabrics, has taken its biz from the World Wide Web to a walk-in. Though the company, owned and …

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Savvy Shopper: November

(TWE)e-commerce When Savvy heard gifted Baltimore bloggers 30th & Weldon were opening an online shop in conjunction with their site, she was first to scout it out. The offerings are slim but solid: pretty, minimalist gilded neighborhood prints, a few scented soy candles (though “Coffee and Tobacco” hits a little …

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Savvy Shopper May/June 2016

    Dial Me Up! Little M Style, the oh-so-haute designer showroom that offers styling, personal shopping, retail and consignment to fashion savvy locals and the famous, turns three this year. “Our showroom is like a closet,” says owner Maria Williams of the space that features accessories for men and fashions …

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Savvy Shopper: April 2016

Divas wanted The A in the new Ellicott City shop A’Divaz Boutique stands for “Any diva.” “There’s something for everyone here,” says shop owner Angelina Brannigan. With a background in both retail and makeup, Brannigan says she has always wanted to open a store. Opportunity knocked and the North Laurel …

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Savvy Shopper: March 2016

Well-suited It seems like overnight, Harbor East has evolved into a major fashion destination—for women at least. Beloved South Moon Under’s men’s department has been the first and the last stop for Savvy’s male counterpart. Fashion plates, fret no longer. Later this month, the revered men’s haberdasher Brooks Brothers is …

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Savvy Shopper: January 2016

Betty or bust For B’more Betty, just as quickly as the store began (as an eBay shop turned burgeoning brick-and-mortar), it nearly ended in Federal Hill during the April riots. In November, Betty—which caters to both men and women—reopened in Fells Point. Owner Camille Edwards opted for a new location …

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