Charlotte holiday shoppers: start your credit cards
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Friday, Nov. 15, 2013

Charlotte holiday shoppers: start your credit cards

Discovered Traditions Gift Shop at Temple Beth El

Chanukah will begin on Nov. 27 this year. In light of the upcoming holiday, which will be celebrated during the same time as Thanksgiving, Discovered Traditions has stocked the shop with holiday needs including menorahs, dreidels, candles, gelt, decorations, jewelry, gift items, books, and toys. Visit the specialty shop inside Temple Beth El

•  Discovered Traditions Gift Shop

5101 Providence Rd.

Charlotte, NC 28226

704-749-3060

www.beth-el.com .

SouthPark Mall

Celebrate the season at SouthPark. November 22 marks an annual entertaining event: the Tree Lighting Celebration, complete with free entertainment and a family-friendly holiday film (Elf). The fun begins at 5 p.m.; tree lighting and Santa’s arrival will be held at 7 p.m. Also, bring Marley to the mall from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 24 or Dec. 8 for Pet Photo Nights with Santa.

•  SouthPark Mall

4400 Sharon Rd.

704-364-4411

www.simon.com/mall/southpark .

JT Posh

From strapless to sparkly, cocktail or chic, Social Dress Shop is a provider of pretty party dresses. In celebration of their 1st Anniversary at JT Posh, the upscale women's consignment boutique is hosting an evening of fun and festivities including discounts and giveaways. Event will be November 21 beginning at 6 p.m.; a portion of the proceeds will be given to The Friendship Trays of Charlotte.

•  JT Posh

2400 Park Rd. 2A

704-375-1334

www.jtposh.com.

King’s Greenhouse

Pretty up your place with tips from the experts at King’s Greenhouse. Visit the Holiday Open House on November 30, complete with wreath making, bow creating and other holiday happenings and plant products.

•  King’s Greenhouse

524 Stallings Rd.

Stallings, NC 28104

704-821-7507

www.kingsgreenhouse.com.

Handpicked

Get a head start on the holidays at HandPicked. Enjoy different discounts each day Nov. 20 - 24;

save on scarves, stones and sterling select bracelets. Savings will run from 25 - 40 percent off.

•  Handpicked

Arboretum:

8040 Providence Rd.

Blakeney:

9844 Rea Rd.

Dilworth:

1721 Kenilworth Ave.

www.handpicked.net.

SHU

Known to many as “Dan the Shoe Man,” Dan Mauney recently opened a retail shoe store offering ladies shoes, handbags, jewelry and accessories in South End. Occupying a 4,000 square food space, SHU is located next to Mauney's first store (BRIEF) and offers shoes starting at $60. Lines include LK Bennett, Schutz, Butter, Vince Camuto, Anyi Lu, Ask Alice, Dolce Vita and more.

•  SHU

1426 S Tryon St.

Charlotte, NC 28203

704-372-6223 .

www.shusalon.com.

IC London

For years, IC London has been a Charlotte staple for luxurious lingerie and loungewear. The first location was opened in Dilworth, and with expansion, a second store opened in Ballantyne. Owner Shelly Domenech recently relocated to The Village at SouthPark in a 1,262-square-foot location and continues to offer exclusive brands and a selection of styles in sizes XS - 3XL.

•  IC London

4310 Sharon Rd. Unit T13

704-377-7955

www.iclondon.com .

Off Broadway Shoes

Head to Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse on Black Friday (Nov. 28) and save 50 percent on 50 styles. Be one of the first 50 customers and enter to win free shoes for a year. Sale that starts on Nov. 28 runs through Nov. 30.

•  Off Broadway Shoes

Blakeney:

9876 Rea Rd.

Matthews:

1848 Galleria Blvd.

www.offbroadwayshoes.com .

Kiran Dodeja Smith is a freelance writer for South Charlotte News. Have a story idea for Kiran? Email her at kdodeja@me.com.

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