|Open: Berkeley 10-6 Sunday 11-6|
Pt. Richmond 12-6
|Holiday on 4th St Berkeley |
Heather and Leslie wearing coats, jeans and hat from our TempleShop closet! Dresses by Cari Borja now at half off! (or rent!) accessories bling necklace, feather hat clip, patten leather purse by Frederic of Paris, and the Love potion (essential oil) by Trillium
|SALE sale sail Sail into the New Year...|
|Happy (almost) New Year LoveTribe!
Yeah ... made it through another year with style and grace! Celebrate!
New Years Eve private sale! Everything will be an additional 20-50% off (except for french coats and jackets) Plus dress sale and/or rental!
We are beginning our closing sale in Studio City ... let all of your LA friends know! And we will have a one week sale here in Pt Richmond and in Berkeley.
The sale tomorrow will be for our LoveTribe (you!) only (the 31st) and then beginning Jan 1 we will include the public. . We will be breaking out the bubbly as the day goes on into the night... join us!
The Berkeley store won't be closing until the end of Feb ... we'll let you know when that closing sale starts sometime next month.
LoveTribe Goddesses(and arm candy) getting ready to Party!
Gail wearing Nataya dress with bling necklaces and satin shawl, Leslie wearing Cari Borja dress and Robert wearing Chrome jacket with zip off sleeves
|Holiday at the Point (Richmond) Shop|
Luna (artist formerly know as Tashi) having her birthday party Outback. A drop in guest and her honey trying on and buying coats by Pile ou Face and clothing by Deca
Vismaya sang 3 arias... the first opened our hearts, the second stirred our passion and the 3rd a farewell to the children ... touched the cords of our compassion, deep love, sadness for our behavior that could cause suffering in others and the price our children pay.
Then the mystic sounds of the sitar as we played, dressed, danced and conversed with each other.
A small ceremony with Sara and I to discover our stories, and see if we want to tell them in a new way or let them go. And then Tell a vision (as Swamyibeyondananda says the new televisons) tell the stories we want to grow into.