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New & Hot 2017: Retail

Here’s what’s fresh in the landscape of clothing shops, galleries and more.



Coastal Outfitters
Promenade at Bonita Bay,
The third location for the outdoor gear retailer in Southwest Florida

Fleet Feet Sports
Bell Tower Shops,
Shoes for active kids and adults

Miromar Outlets, 495-6060,
Clothing for young women, along with jewelry, gifts and more

Miromar Outlets, 495-6060,
On-trend clothing and accessories

Little Paris
Promenade at Bonita Bay, 450-8232,
Home décor with French flair

Sandy Feet
Promenade at Bonita Bay,
Home accessories for coastal living

Soft Surroundings
Coconut Point, 221-6159,
Women’s clothing, home goods and beauty items

Total Wine & More
Coconut Point,
The name says it all.

Tuesday Morning
Coconut Point,
High-end home goods, gifts, toys and more at low prices



A. Jaron Studio
3784 Bayshore Drive, 596-8610,
Custom jeweler relocated from Trail Boulevard

Antica Sartoria
Mercato, 216-8119
The third Florida shop for the popular Italian clothier

Carolyn’s Off Third
294 14th Ave. S., 331-3632,
High-end consignment store

Cypress & Palm Boutique
Pavilion Shopping Center, 631-2903,
Boutique women’s clothing shop with a coastal vibe

Fritz Martin Cabinetry
365 Fifth Ave. S., Suite 104, 963-1731,
High-end, custom cabinetry

Gallery CW
993 Second Ave. N., 307-8498,
Upscale gallery featuring works by Dennis Creadon and Brad Woods

Pavilion Shopping Center, 417-3450,
Paintings, prints and home décor from the folks behind Galerie du Soleil

Happy Feet Plus
Pavilion Shopping Center, 351-2260,
Comfort footwear, including Kenkoh Massage Sandals

Mainstream Boutique
Shoppes at Vanderbilt, 431-6034
The first Southwest Florida location for the unique women’s clothing shop

Mare Blu
600 Fifth Ave. S.
Women’s swimwear and beachwear

Pedego Electric Bikes
10565 Tamiami Trail N., 370-8640; 3945 Bayshore Drive, 398-6078;
Two locations for electric bicycle sales or rentals

Pretty Is Pink
Shoppes at Vanderbilt, 653-9958
On-trend women’s boutique clothing

Soft Square
3078 Tamiami Trail N., 963-9363,
The Sarasota-based contemporary furniture studio opens in Naples.

Outdoor furniture crafted in the Netherlands

St-Tropez Home
The Naples-based home décor store opens a Waterside location.


Secrets of Jennifer’s Success

Back in 1983, Jennifer Williams opened Jennifer’s on McGregor Boulevard and remarked to one of her early customers, “If I can just make it five years…” Trends have come and gone, but Jennifer’s is still there. Williams has survived the unforgiving world of retail, but she never quite feels like she can coast. And maybe that’s the story of her success.

As we introduce the new and hot retail news for this season, Jennifer gives us some ideas about what it takes to remain hot after all these years.

– Guide the customer through the latest trends. “You can buy clothes anywhere,” she says. “We cultivate the mindset of how to put it together.”

– Add a personal touch. “It kind of feels like Cheers in here,” she says. Everybody knows your name—and they’ll offer you a glass of wine at the front door.

– Connect with the community. Jennifer’s hosts Fashion Forward Fridays, where a portion of profits gets donated to a local nonprofit. Its annual food drive for the Community Cooperative brought in close to 1,200 pounds this year.