Embark on a retail adventure at these shopping hot spots, where you’ll find unique treasures and experiences that will make for an unforgettable trip. 

Accents Jewelry Design Workshops

At Accents Jewelry Design, owner Steven Hanna teaches jewelry-making workshops, where customers can create adornments using the “lost wax technique,” a method that involves carving molten wax drippings into miniature sculptures that are then sent to a foundry and cast into silver. Participants are encouraged to experiment and discover their potential.

 

 

 

 

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A staple on Main Street for over 30 years, @accentsjewelry was founded by local designer, and avid surfer, Steve Hanna in 1987. Steve has been a mentor to many designers throughout the years and helped boost their career by showcasing their jewelry in the store and much more. Accents has become a favorite shopping spot for locals and visitors alike with its constantly changing, unique of the moment styles. The personal friendly services, affordable prices, and great music create a community where people come to socialize and shop. Accents continues to have a gallery feeling offering wearable art and creative designs and a relaxed friendly attitude that makes all feel welcome. #OwnerSpotlight #MainStreetSM 💍🌳

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Anthropologie Consultations

For visitors who are interested in the latest local design trends, the Santa Monica location of Anthropologie at Third Street Promenade offers complimentary in-store consultations with the company’s Home Styling team. A session with these professionals provides an opportunity for visitors to glean inspiration for redefining their living space.

 

 

 

 

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One day my home will look like this 🙏😍 🇫🇷 un jour ma maison ressemblera à ça 🙏😍

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Beadahs Classes

Mother-and-daughter-run Beadahs craft store has a wide collection of exotic beads—perfect for collecting or fashioning into jewelry, an art that Beadahs’ professionals teach during group and private classes in stringing, knotting, off-loom bead weaving and wire wrapping.

 

 

 

 

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The girls wanted to make special “mama and daughter” bracelets so that’s what we did💜

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Free People Fitness

As an outlet for customers to “wear in” their activewear, specialty women’s clothing brand Free People offers its Moving Together program, through which shoppers take part in health-and-wellness-oriented activities led by local fitness instructors. Many of the sessions, featuring yoga, Pilates or ballet, for example, take place in the Free People store; however, some take clients outdoors, even for surfing lessons under the temperate Santa Monica sun.

 

 

 

King Baby Tours

From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, visitors can take a peek behind the curtain of King Baby jewelry during an on-site factory tour. Admission is free, and guests can expect to witness the entire process through which the company’s jewelry comes to life, from the carving of wax molds to the casting of the final products. 

 

 

 

 

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Can’t get enough @king_baby_studio #RockNRoll #KingBaby #KingBabyLife #NothingButTheBest

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RON ROBINSON Events

RON ROBINSON is a concept store with women’s and men’s fashion, children’s apparel, cosmetics and beauty, home design, accessories and gifts. Additionally they are an art gallery that holds many events, collaborations and launches. On weekends you can join in on their community yoga or fitness sessions.

 

 

 

 

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Brave ❤ at @ronrobinson78 today 🙌🏼

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