Thursday, October 28, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Congratulations to 360 Boutique for celebrating four years in St. Augustine. Owner Helena Kahan focuses on affordable fashions, fair trade and eco-friendly items.
She moved to St. Augustine from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. She owned two clothing boutiques in “The Big Easy,” but was forced to close her doors after the catastrophic storm. In 2006, Kahan opened 360 Boutique at 50 San Marco Ave., in uptown St. Augustine.
The shop features global imports including limited edition releases by small artisan and design companies from all over the world.
She credits her loyal St. Augustine patrons for helping her business to survive.
“When they have a little money to spend, they come in and find a new piece to add to their wardrobe,” Kahan explained.
“I get a lot of help from tourists who come to the city as well.”
For fall and winter, a selection of boots is available — in all heights, colors and shapes. Also in stock, mix-and-match separates, tops and skirts, organic cotton, and party dresses for the season.
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50 San Marco Ave.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Saturday, October 9, 2010
My family's favorite pumpkin patch is at the Methodist Church on King Street in downtown St. Augustine. We go every year and I love to take photos of the kids. I'll have to do a group photo of all three girls there soon, but here's one of Mesa on her very first visit to a pumpkin patch. So fun!
Taking photos of the Stouffer family at Lightner Museum in downtown St. Augustine was a BLAST! The boys were polite and well-behaved, and mom and dad were so much fun ... laughing and carrying on! I had to stop myself from laughing several times so that my camera wasn't shaking! And the photos show just how much fun this family has together!