Shop Talk: Shopping Day Trip: Doylestown

Make it a family affair: While the kids catch a flick at the County Theater (20 East State Street) or buy CDs at Siren Records (22 South Main Street), you can pound pavement for all kindsa glam gear

Head Over Heels Have fun with HOH’s full lines of Brighton jewelry, Tribal and Lynn Ritchie tailored pants, Curio and Willow season-specific sweaters, and casual Sweet Pea tops. 17 West State Street; 215-340-7755.

Bucks County Dry Goods Your inner hippie will have a field day with BCDG’s knitted Micco hats, Three Dots tops, and the comfiest-ever James Perse shirts. Also for the buying: jeans by Seven and Citizens of Humanity, and remakes of ’70s classics by Lee and Wrangler. 8 East State Street; 215-489-6168.

Circles Children’s Boutique Play dress-up with the little ones with the selection of special-occasion dresses — from Easter to flower girl to junior bridesmaids’ gowns. Or play mini-me by fitting them in bright Splendid shirts and Marimekko prints. For newborns to eight years old. 5 South Main Street; 215-340-9395.

Shop Sixty Five For her: Nicole Miller and Cynthia Steffe dresses and Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B. line of tops. For him: bold Diesel tees and classic Ben Sherman dress shirts. For both: an abundance of jeans (AG, True Religion) that pair perfectly with your choice of locally made Still Vintage belts and buckles. 65 South Main Street; 215-348-8250.

Bucks County Running Company The former owners of Bryn Mawr Running Company bring their expertise to Bucks County with New Balance, Asics, Nike and Puma kicks, plus socks, sneaker pads, jackets, and other all-terrain gear. 25 West State Street, 215-230-9606; buckscountyrunningcompany.com.

Sweet Blossoms Lingerie Boutique All the unmentionables worth mentioning: fine lingerie, panties, chemises, camis, robes, PJs, Spanx. That’s great, but even better? Owner Patty Tilney and staff offer expert bra fittings for almost any size. 1 Taylor Avenue, 215-345-5140; sweetblossomslingerie.com.

The Paper Unicorn Style and order invitations or announcements for every major occasion. Or, choose from the array of ready-made cards, and gifts like personalized envelope wax seals and brass impressions. Main and State streets; 215-345-8655.

One Last Trip Tip
Hard-core bargain hunters will want to check out Rice’s Flea Market, 6326 Greenhill Road, New Hope, 215-297-5993; rices.com. Hundreds of outdoor vendors offer artwork, clothing and jewelry, toiletries, home furniture and more. Open most holidays and Tuesdays; open Saturdays March to December. Psst: Get there by 7 a.m.; vendors start leaving by noon.

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