Shop ‘Til You Drop: October Shopping Celebrates with Spirit

Shop ‘Til You Drop: October Shopping Celebrates with Spirit

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in partnership with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, fragrance.com will be donating 15% of its proceeds to breast cancer research. Fragrances include Vera Wang Truly Pink, Lacoste Love of Pink, and Mandarina Duck Cute Pink. Visit fragrance.com for more information.

National Sneaker Day is this Sunday, October 9. To celebrate, put on a pair of your favorite kicks and show off your perfect weekend style. Keds has some great autumn styles, from their Champion Waxed Lace, a wine red shoe in the classic Keds style, to the High Rise Nylon, a high top shoe with a modern edge. They’ve got styles for everyone, made with the softest jersey knit, durable wool and tweed, canvas, nylon and suede. Check out more of their collection at keds.com.

Hamptons Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Kenneth Mark has just launched his new anti-aging skincare line. It features ingredients on the cutting edge of skincare, including ASTA-ZOME, a powerful antioxidant, as well as mineral extracts, stem cells,  and botanical extracts. The products are paraben and alcohol free. The new line includes an Antioxidant Boost, Exfoliating & Hydrating Mask, Moisture Cure and an All-in-One Cleanser. Dr. Kenneth Mark has been voted one of the best doctors in America by Best Doctors, Inc., and his expertise has made his new skincare line highly anticipated. Purchase the products now at kennethmarkmd.com.

Ethel & Row, the new children’s boutique in Bridgehampton, just finished up a fabulous first season. As the holidays approach, they’ve taken to their online store to bring you the latest in children’s fashion. The online shop offers designs by independent companies from around the world, from LA to Paris to Amsterdam.  The clothing is modern with clean lines. Even baby and toddler styles feature trendy patterns and colors, a perfect balance of comfort and style for your little ones. You can even find the cutest handmade wooden toys from Lithuania, made with all natural materials.  Visit ethelandrow.com, or stop by the shop at 2397 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton.

If you’re attending the Westhampton Beach Oyster Festival this weekend and find yourself out on the Westhampton Beach, take a break and stop by Deliciously Dorie’s Joyful Juice at 77 Main Street. The café is a perfect stop for healthy, tasty drinks and vegan food. Everything is made with locally grown organic produce. For a spicy fall treat try the Chai Delicious smooth, with banana, cacao and cinnamon. If you’re hungry, get a taste of their vegan pesto pizza, or warm up with one of their hot harvest soups. For a sweet treat, try the Raw Vegan Molten Chocolate Mouse Cake, or the Vegan Cinnamon Walnut Loaf. Visit deliciouslydories.com to find out more. Once you’ve refueled, take to the village for the Westhampton Beach Sidewalk Sale hosted by the Chamber of Commerce. Snag some great deals while enjoying the beautiful fall weather. Then, head over to Jimmy’s, a high end women’s boutique at 167 Main Street that is holding a sale—up to 75% off merchandise! For more info call 631-288-7000.

From October 6 to October 9, the Mannix Studio of Art will be hosting an art studio moving sale. For sale will be easels, chairs, benches and other studio materials. Stop by 38 Gingerbread Lane in East Hampton from noon to 4 p.m. for a unique shopping opportunity. Call 631-527-5151 for more information.

The Milk Pail shop on Montauk Highway in Water Mill underwent a gorgeous interior revamp this season. Now that fall is here, you can check it out without the crowds and heavy traffic. In addition to their own apples and peaches, cider, pies and donuts, expect a selection of Vermont cheeses, local produce and eggs and Wölffer wines. Call 631-537-2565 for all the deets.

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