Spotlight on Bella’s Boutique

Bella's Boutique TarrytownNeed a gift?  Head to Bella’s Boutique at the site of the former Razzmatazz, 35 N. Broadway in Tarrytown.  Bella’s offers a wide range of quality gift choices at affordable prices for everything from baby’s arrival to a friend’s birthday to something for the hostess.  The store’s selections include many handmade items from local crafters such as cotton aprons and tea cozies, ceramic pitchers and berry bowls, and crocheted baby blankets and sweaters.  

Seeking accessories for your outfit?  You’ll find plenty to choose from at Bella’s, which has a huge selection of reasonably priced fashion and sterling necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings.  They also highlight unique handcrafted jewelry by local designers featuring styles with stone, pearls, crystals, and even micro-macrame!  More casual choices include leather and string bracelets, and stretch bangles and cuffs for easy on and off.  In addition to jewelry, Bella’s carries fashionable scarves, hats, and gloves for both women and men, and a unique collection of handbags.

The store’s offerings are rounded off by selections oriented to teens, men, bath and body, and spiritual items.  A special dress-up section contains fancy, but affordable, jewelry and evening bags for proms, weddings or other special occasions.

Bella’s is noted for its collection of local-interest memorabilia and art.  Customers seeking a memento of Tarrytown or Sleepy Hollow can choose from quality tee-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, mugs, magnets, books and cards.  There’s even a Headless Horseman shot glass and a Tarrytown trivia quiz!  Works by local painters and photographers depicting local sites are available in a variety of forms such as cards, small prints, matted prints and large framed prints.
A visit to Bella’s is bound to yield the gift you need or a gift for yourself!  The atmosphere is friendly and helpful, but no pressure, and gift wrapping is free.

The store is open 10-6 Monday through Saturday, 12-5 on Sunday. 914-333-7778

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