In a city that attracts everyone from young families beaching it to the super wealthy just trying to stay away from the cold, you’re bound to find a pretty wide spread of price points and product offerings. St. Armands is Exhibit A: There are more than 130 stores: A mix of fashion boutiques for men and women including Tommy Bahama, White House/Black Market, Chico’s, and Oh My Gauze keep company with art and gift boutiques like Brighton Collectibles and Uniquity. The Giving Tree Gallery specializes in artisanal jewelry from the likes of Patricia Locke and Rodrigo Otazu. FantaSea elevates the lowly seashell to an art form with highly polished shells from around the world transformed into home decor accents, necklaces and earrings. Also in the mix are specialty retailers that are unique to this area, such as St. Armands Antiques & Gifts and Wet Noses, which, if you didn’t guess, caters to your canine family members.