Monday, December 04, 2006

Woodstock & Saugerties: Potential part II

(Continued from yesterday...) Then, how fitting is it that my "very special friend" (who recently made the move into the 'woods' for a new job) and I happened to stumble upon Saugerties' one-night annual open house/late shopping night (late being 8 p.m. - this is Saugerties, folks)? The fun folks at Ya Ya's Emporium, which sells funky accessories, global gifts and vinyl records (I'm plagarizing their business card...) were so taken with my Barbara Feinman hat (see my earlier "hat" post, including photo), that we got into a discussion about Guerilla Shopper. Hopefully they'll visit and see themselves in e-black and white!

The store is full of cute, reasonably priced jewelry, bags, wallets, gloves and a great little collection of records in the back including jazz and more. Check it out if you're in the 'hood. It's fun for the whole family!

3 comments:

fitzInabox said...

SMALL TOWNS? don't go so far into Hippiedom...Piermont and Nyack can boutique you to death, that is if the ong Distance Bykers don't run you off into the river first...

El Ess said...

Ha! Yes, I fully intend on writing about the joys of Piermont and Nyack in the near future. One of my favorite 80s haunts is in Nyack and I've been told it still exists!

Love and bananas, G.S. NYC

Jennifer said...

hippie fashion life beyond the birkenstock...leave it to the guerilla shopper to find the best of the best!