241 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
A true princess bride’s checklist includes soda-lime plates by Love, personalized pottery—such as platters and bowls overlaid with your favorite quotes—chocolate and green tea extracts by Pure Invention, Urban Metal’s transparent jewelry cabinet, and softer-than-cotton, crushed-bamboo quilts for much-deserved beauty rest by DreamSacks. And what of Streamline’s Reptilius, a faux-leather bookend that looks like a crocosaurus? As you wish!
Best of Philly 2009: Costume Jewelry
You think of Old City's eclectic boutique for gifts, decorative knicknacks, tableware — even PJs. But jewelry? Oooh, yes. Pay a...
User Reviews (2) :
I've been shopping at Scarett Alley for many years, and when I got engaged I knew I had to register at Scarlett Alley. Not only does Scarlett Alley have an amazing product line but the staff is wonderful to work with (Gary and Liz) the website is easy to use and organized in a great manner. I enjoyed receiving gifts from Scarlett Alley, everything was packaged beautifully and didn't have any issues with returns. Everyone that ordered from Scarlett Alley complimented the store in customer service and quality of product. Scarlett Alley is my go to shopping place for people of all ages and I always look forward to purchasing from them for wedding, birthdays, or any gift for anytime!!
Posted by Katie: Nov. November 13th, 2012 at 9:42 PM
SCARLETT ALLEY = SWINDLERS! This store knowingly carries stolen designs and merchandise, even though they've been furnished with documentation on the scamming vendor's long-time criminal history and pending class action lawsuit! Why a supposedly reputable store would put profits over ethics and moral business practices beats us...greed, anyone?...but if you want a good idea of the kind of lowlife supplier Scarlett Alley promotes, visit complaintsboard dot com (search 'kelly o'neal' or 'design legacy') and get an eyeful! Thank you for BOYCOTTING SCARLETT ALLEY AND PUTTING THIS AND OTHER DISHONEST RETAILERS OUT OF BUSINESS!
Posted by Michael: Nov. November 5th, 2009 at 8:28 PM