Despite having boutiques on either side of the Cuyahoga, Danielle DeBoe and Candra Squire have a lot in common. As the owner of Room Service in the Detroit Shoreway and the founder of the Made in the 216 series, DeBoe has been a fixture on the local style scene, guiding North Coast sensibilities with her eye for unique design and passion for regional development. In Cleveland's Waterloo Arts District, Squire curates Salty Not Sweet, a bright beacon amid the retail blight of mainstream consumerism. She's a vocal advocate for one-of-a-kind handmade home goods and fashions that are built to last, eco-friendly and undeniably cool. The pair bring a refreshing perspective to life on Lake Erie. With Midwest charm and humor, the duo deliver the region's most au courant guide to home and style.
In this episode, the ladies talk apparel. As the summer draws to a close and fall fashions emerge, the ladies explain why it's always a good time to spruce up your wardrobe with a few choice pieces. Looking stylish needn't break the bank either, as stylish comes in many forms, from dresses and purses, to jackets and cardigans, tie-dye underwear to sasquatch T-shirts.