Pulse: Style: Ragas Report: What’s in Store

Longing for Barneys-like service and designer fashions? Look no further than Chic Bella, which recently opened off Rittenhouse Square and carries top couture designs by Carolina Herrera, Evisu Jeans and Emanuel Ungaro. (Try the cropped tweed blazers in aqua or fuchsia.) They offer personal shopping and image consultation services, too.
Chic Bella, 100 South 21st Street; 215-972-0707.

 Tucked away on a tiny side street, Six Clothing is a small gem that’s easy to miss. It features summer must-haves like Free People’s embroidered, ruffled and tiered cotton skirts, jewel-embellished flip-flops, and cute tanks with beaded trim. Year-round, you’ll find your favorite jeans by Joes, Blue Cult, James and more, as well as 24-karat gold and semiprecious stone chandelier earrings.
Six Clothing, 6 Mechanic Street, Haddonfield; 856-216-0666.

Ardmore home store Inside & Outside recently moved to bigger digs. Nearly three times the size of the previous shop, owner Carrie McNamara’s home mecca is filled with the same great home accents, gifts (we like the ceramic sushi sets) and table-top decorations — but now also features select furniture, including ottomans, chairs, and pedestal and end tables.
Inside & Outside, 164 East Lancaster Avenue, Wayne; 610-971-1070.

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