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Invite someone to go with you to to the market. Invite Juan to watch a movie. We scraped the coconut. Talk to the lonely child. Malamig sa labas, baka ka kiligin. It is cold outside, you might shiver. Carry a newspaper on the way to the office. Make the way narrow. You make the way narrow.

The rough cloth rubbed on his skin. Sharpen the kinife on the whetstone. He earned a lot at the company. They want to see each other tonight. Collect some financial assistance for typhoon victims. Gather the dry leaves in the garden. Get yourself some bananas from the basket. Get the bananas from the basket. Huwag kang mangulangot sa harap ng ibang tao.

You should not pick your nose before other people. Kumulog ng malakas kaninang umaga. It thundered loudly early this morning. Don't put the bird in the cage. Imprison yourself in your room. Maria wants to learn how to make curly hair. Make her hair curly. Confess to the priest later. Confess your sins to the priest. He wants to repair broken shoes. Repair the broken shoes. Kumustahin mo si Stella para sa akin. Send my regards to Stella for me. Take a piece of food on the table.

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A bevy of Easter-egg-hued blazers, including a cream Givenchy and a butter-yellow linen Valentino. More about Cultured Couture Vintage Return to top. For 15 years, he designed rides and resorts for Disney theme parks. Goods that are made to last forever: Dubarry boots and sweaters, featherlight Topo bags, moto gear by Motorcycle Company Parma. The sweet spot between streetwear shop and high-end designer boutique.

Limited-edition sneakers, handcrafted leather footwear, premium denim, high-end outerwear, and a smattering of accessories and grooming products. An in-house brand of hand-finished jeans from ultra-luxe Japanese selvage to four-way stretch denim and elevated basics like tees, three-button henleys and hooded cutoff sweatshirts, set to launch this spring.

This revered company — in operation since — made nostalgia cool with its greased-lightning concept: More than a century later, and armed with licensing agreements with all the major sports leagues, its flagship store is a mecca for sports fans from all over the country.

Laid-back sporty lair punctuated by an impressive collection of memorabilia, like signed Iverson jerseys. Authentic throwback jerseys, jackets, pennants and hats. An MLB batting-practice jersey. Floor-to-ceiling blond wood; slick modernity. Elevated streetwear from brands like Norse Projects, Herschel and Publish, alongside sneakers, raw denim and a colorful wall of bags.

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A big-time Philly media exec came here to buy ancient Indian elephant doors to use as garage doors for his Main Line manse. More about Material Culture Return to top.

Housed in an historic landmark building, this antiques emporium unfolds over four maze-like floors and has long been a destination for designers and lazy Saturday-afternoon browsers. A creaky, sometimes musty treasure hunt. Early American and British furniture, mid-century modern pieces, 19th-century French imports, Asian antiques, china, old movie props, vintage clothing, jewelry, silver, architectural artifacts and more, from 45 vendors.

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Twelve years later, their 13th Street store is a perennial favorite among shoppers looking to stock their beauty arsenals with all-natural products that have Philly roots. Soap, candles, lotions, balms, deodorant, shampoo, body wash, scrubs, perfumes, beard oil, aftershave, and anything else that belongs in or near a tub. Last spring, the shop expanded to include an upstairs hair salon and a third-floor yoga studio.

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When Liz Sieber planted roots here back in , it was just far enough off the Rittenhouse retail path to be a gamble. But her intensely curated selection made it a cult-loved destination for discerning shoppers weary of gifty go-tos like Paper Source.

A teensy yet endlessly shoppable emporium. Thoughtfully designed little luxuries — from paper goods and jewelry to home and apothecary — with a strong Japanese influence. More about Omoi Zakka Shop Return to top. When Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran set out to transform 13th Street from a desolate stretch to a buzzy destination, their first map-marking venture was Open House, a star of a gift shop that has consistently shined since its opening in Home accessories, tableware, baby goods, jewelry, and anything else you could possibly want to give — or get — as a gift.

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