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Delicious arm candy can be had with Shashi’s Tilu tile bracelets ($38) pack a punch of color, shine, texture and are one size fits all. The FIND. 133 W. Wayne Street, 260.203.3498, thefindfw.com

Located in an intimate space, HD Esthetics offers a full slate of modern and classic skincare services. Owner and esthetician Hailey Durban established her menu of services as treatment packages rather than a la carte services. Clients select blocks of time ranging from 45 minutes ($50) to 120 minutes ($120); Durban then analyzes the skin and discusses customized treatments that can be performed during the allotted time. She said it is important to keep in mind the longer the time scheduled, the more services she can incorporate, including LED Light Therapy, Dermaplane, Extractions and High Frequency, Infusion Pen, Enzyme and Facial Massage. The spa also offers soothing and healing oncology approved treatments. Its retail shelves are stocked with at-home products and tools. 3525 Lake Avenue, 260.233.2299, hdestheticshop.com 

With roots in fiber arts and crafts, crochet is enjoying a major upgrade, thanks to high-end fashion designers like Marni, Stella McCartney and Kate Spade New York. Locally, retailers are stocking crochet sweaters and tops. The Crochet bralettes are perfect to wear under a blouse with just a hint of the handiwork peeking out. If wearing crochet clothing isn’t for you, you can still enjoy the trend with crochet earrings by local makers Knotoday (knotodaystudio.com) or The Jonesy Co. (thejonesyco.com). Urban Hippie, 534 W. Berry Street, 260.420.4479, theurbanhippie.biz; The Local, 14411 Lima Road, 260.316.6419, shopthelocalboutique.com

There is nothing better than a Weekend of Women. In honor of International Women’s Day (March 8) Creative Women of the World is offering a few in-store events. Put a little spring in your step at its Spring Sip & Share, Friday, March 6, 3 – 5 pm, and enjoy drinks, snacks and a preview of its new spring offerings. Enjoy knowing your shopping makes an impact in the lives of other women around the world as you have the opportunity to mingle with some incredible local females. 125 W. Wayne Street, 260.267.9048, gocwow.org

Help House to Home celebrate its new home on The Landing. This local furniture and home décor boutique is owned by two mom-bosses, Emily Baker and Beth Stutzman, who have figured a great way to offer a constant flow of new stuff showcasing the latest styles and trends at really good prices. The store’s grand re-opening is March 7, and you are likely to find something grand for your home. 110 W. Columbia Street, 260.267.0620, housetohomefw.com 

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