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Eva Zureck opened this women's clothing store in 2007 as a moderately priced alternative to the high-end boutiques cropping up around Park Slope. Though small, the shop has a comfortable, airy atmosphere, with an open area in the center where shoppers can model styles after emerging from the fitting room. The focus is on breezy, casual dresses from labels like Miss Sixty and Calypso, but Hudson jeans and separates can be found interspersed throughout the racks. Feminine frocks in youthful cuts and vibrant prints line the walls, and include silk shifts, tank dresses with ruffled and bubble hems, and strapless, form-fitting styles. The flirty collection incorporates eye-catching details like decorative buttons and ties, bell or pouf sleeves, ruching, and flattering pleats. Funky, brightly colored tanks and underwear cover nearby shelves, and a selection of giftable candles, lotions, and incense perfumes the store with a subtle citrus scent.
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