ShopTalk: May 2014

Your monthly style update and news

By Jamie Edelen - May 2014

ShopTalk: May 2014

Your monthly style update and news

By Jamie Edelen - May 2014

-Photo by David Colwell


Wow! A new location and a new name! Formerly known as Jewels, the new JG Sassy is now across the street and named for owner Kearny Dietrich’s Baltimore-based clothing line. Along with Dietrich’s signature line, you’ll find big names in jewelry and clothing, including a mix of classic staples and trendy pieces sure to appeal to all ages.
7701 Bellona Ave., Towson, 410-321-8100.

New Location

Although she closed her Belvedere Square stationery shop Simply Noted in 2010, owner Melissa Taylor has reopened the shop under the same name with the help of new co-owner Louise Wright. Together, the women have added an entirely new gift section stocked with brands like Jonathan Adler, plus you can find well-known stationery names like Kate Spade and more local lines like Gillah Press + Designs and Maggie Stewart Designs. The boutique also custom-makes special-occasion invitations and offers in-store printing services.
1515 Labelle Ave., Towson, 443-275-7094.

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