Best of Detroit 2012



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Women’s clothing store:

Chain:

// Nordstrom

Independent:

// Tender, Birmingham.

Women’s evening wear:

Chain :

// Nordstrom, three locations.

Independent:

// Marguerite's Boutique, West Bloomfield Township; 248-932-5253.

Place for a one-of-a-kind dress (tie):

// Marguerite's Boutique, West Bloomfield Township; 248-932-5253.

// Tender, Birmingham.

Vintage clothing:

// Lost and Found Vintage, Royal Oak.

Men’s clothes:

Chain:

// Nordstrom.

Independent:

// Claymore Shop, Birmingham.

Place to be fitted for a suit:

Chain:

// Men's Wearhouse.

Independent:

// Claymore Shop, Birmingham.

Athletic wear:

Lululemon Athletica, Troy & Ann Arbor.

Cutting-edge fashion:

// Tender, Birmingham.

Lingerie:

// Harp’s Lingerie, Birmingham.

Jeans:

// Caruso Caruso, Birmingham.

Buy a bridal gown:

// Roma Sposa Atelier, Birmingham.

Place to order wedding invitations:

// Lace Boutique, Troy.

Place to buy bridesmaid dresses:

// Bombshell Bridal, St. Clair Shores.

Wedding planner:

// Emerald City Designs, Farmington Hills.

Wedding photographer:

// Craig David Butler Photography.

Place to buy stationery:

// Lee's Specialty, Bloomfield Township.

Vintage antiques:

// Materials Unlimited, Ypsilanti.

Fine antiques:

// Materials Unlimited, Ypsilanti.

Farmers market:

// Eastern Market, Detroit.

Gift-wrapping service:

// Lisa’s Gift Wrappers, Royal Oak.

Gift registry:

// Macy’s

Buy an engagement ring:

Single location:

// Golden Sun Jewelry, Southfield.

Multiple locations:

// Tapper's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry.

Place to buy local crafts:

// Yellow Door Art Market, Berkley.

Place to buy a cake:

// Holiday Market, Royal Oak.

Wine store:

Macomb County:

// Champane’s Wine Cellar, Warren.

Oakland County:

// Cloverleaf, Royal Oak.

Fine spirits shop:

// Champane’s Wine Cellar, Warren.

Jeweler:

Single location:

// Golden Sun Jewelry, Southfield.

Multiple locations:

// Tapper's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry.

Estate jewelry:

// Tapper's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry.

Store for produce:


// Westborn Market, three locations.

Personalized service:

// Champane’s Wine Cellar, Warren.

Candy shop:

// Doc Sweets' Candy Co., Clawson.

Children’s clothing :

// Love Child, Royal Oak.

Ethnic food market (tie):

// Cantoro Italian Market, Livonia.

// Honey Bee Market La Colmena, Southwest Detroit.

Luxury bed and table linens:

// A Touch of Lace, Bloomfield Hills.

Accessories:

// Lolly Ella Jewelry, West Bloomfield Township.

Big and tall:

// Casual Male

Place to buy appliances:

// ABC Warehouse

Airport shopping:

// Pangborn Design Collection

Fabric store:

// Haberman Fabrics, Royal Oak.

Salvage furnishings:

// Materials Unlimited, Ypsilanti.

New book selection (independent):

// The Book Beat, Oak Park.

Used bookstore:

// John K. King, downtown Detroit.

Furniture store:

// Hillside Contemporary Furniture, Bloomfield Hills.

Place to buy a bicycle (tie):

// D&D Bicycles

// Downtown Ferndale Bike Shop, Ferndale.

Gift shop:

// Catching Fireflies, Berkley and Rochester.

Nursery/greenhouse (tie):

// English Gardens

// Bordine's

Independent hardware store:

Macomb County:

// Gilbert's Pro Hardware, St. Clair Shores.

Oakland County:

// Frentz & Sons Hardware, , Royal Oak.

Place to buy sports equipment:

// Dicks Sporting Goods,

Optical shop:

Multiple locations:

// SEE Eyewear

Single location:

// Roland Optics, Bloomfield Hills.

Place to buy toys:

// Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop, Berkley.

Place to buy original art:

// Detroit Artists Market, Midtown Detroit.

Shopping district:

// Downtown Birmingham.

Clothing resale/consignment shop:

// Bellocchio Upscale Resale, Royal Oak.

Detroit souvenir:

// Down with Detroit Apparel

Smoke shop:

// Churchills, Birmingham and Southfield.

Pet supply:

// Premier Pet Supply, Beverly Hills.

 


 

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