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March 17th, 2014

Prom Fashion Show, Azura Clothing, Sunday, March 23rd, Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Dresses for Sale, Giveaways, Delaware, Southern Delaware,


It is getting close that time of the year where looking for a prom dress for many young women is almost like a competition.  I remember my friends telling me that they had to get out of town to get a prom dress for their daughters.  No way…something different is what was needed.

Say no more because if you do not know what to wear to the Prom, then Azura Clothing is hosting the 2nd Prom Fashion Show!!!  It will be Sunday, March 23rd from 1:00 p.m. until….?  The dresses will be priced from $50 to $250.  There will be lots of giveaways….so, make sure you do not miss the fun!!  It really will make things so easier instead of driving around all over the state.

Azura Clothing is located at 139 Rehoboth Avenue in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  Tel. 302-226-9650

Have a great time!

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March 12th, 2014

Wine, Dine, Stroll, Shop, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 4th Annual “Get Down In Town”, Friday, April 4th, Fundraising, Rehoboth Elementary School’s PTO, Rehoboth Inspired Chefs’ Initiative, Delaware Beaches, Southern Delaware


Delaware is such a small state, but widely known to have a big heart.  Downtown Rehoboth Beach is one square mile full of restaurants, shops, and galleries, and entertainment.  Let’s not forget that it is a destination for year-round fun.  A wide beach, an award-winning boardwalk…and even though the restaurants serve unique and amazing foods….the Boardwalk grub will have you come back again and again.  It’s true.

“Get Down In Town” is such a fun event.  On Friday, April 4th, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m., Rehoboth Beach Main Street will host this event that is now in its 4th year.  It is a special evening of really great deals, accompanied with fantastic appetizers and desserts from your favorite restaurants inside participating downtown Rehoboth shops.

To be a part of this one-night charitable event of discounts and food, you can purchase $10 glow necklaces.  Proceeds from the sale of the necklaces will go to Rehoboth Elementary School’s PTO and RICI which is Rehoboth Inspired Chefs’ Initiative.  Glow necklaces can be purchased the night of the event or in advance at:

Azura Clothing, 139 Rehoboth Avenue

Bellmoor, 6 Christian Street

Carlton’s, 31 Rehoboth Avenue

Heidi Lowe Gallery, 328 Rehoboth Avenue

Rehoboth Beach Main Street, 28 Lake Avenue

Participants can also enter a drawing to win thousands of dollars in gifts and prizes from Rehoboth merchants.

This local fundraising event is for such a good local cause.  The phrase “shop local, dine local” could not be more appropriate.  If you have visited Rehoboth Beach, I am sure you have to agree that there is no better place where you can wine, dine, walk and shop with ease.  After all that shopping, relaxing with friends for cocktails or dinner is always a must, and Rehoboth had plenty accommodations which include, hotels, and B & Bs.

More info?  Please call 302-227-2772 or visit

Have a great day!!

November 2nd, 2012

Cocoa Crawling in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware….The Second Season at the Delaware Beaches

I joined my fellow Crawlers, Jody and Jade, as we helped raise funds for the local charities of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  The Rehoboth Beach Cocoa Crawler was celebrating its second year and for the looks of it….I think people were loving and enjoying every minute of it.


There was a definite chill in Rehoboth Beach.  We needed to get our wristbands.  They were only $10.  The proceeds going to the charities.

The welcoming committee was Maggio Shields Real Estate.  They were in charge of selling the bands.  They were a happy bunch.


From the Maggio Cafe, at First Street Station, and next to Maggio Shields Real Estate, we were offered tomato bisque.  It was warm and delicious.


Grotto Pizza was also part of the welcoming committee…an institution in Rehoboth Beach.


The sun was beginning to set quickly…it is that time of the year.  So pretty and crisp.  Rehoboth Beach was crowded and hardly any parking available.


Jody, Jade and I decided to stop for dinner at Lily Thai on North 1st St.

They had the Pad Thai, which was very good


I had the Crispy Eggplant in a Chili Sauce with Shrimp…delicious.  I do love this dish.


Now that our energies were recharged, we continued to crawl. Our next stop was going to be a shop on Baltimore Avenue that has been there for about 30 years.  Crysti.  There is a post in the making, but, in the meantime, meet Joyce and Crysti.


The best local restaurants were inside participating stores.  At Crysti, Dog Fish Head was serving…beer, of course.  But, check the dessert they had available; the bacon chocolate cheesecake.  It is available at the restaurant in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.


Outside people were chatting and having a great time.  Drinks on hand everyone was crawling through the streets.


By this time, another fellow crawler, joined our group. He is right there on the picture with Jade.  His name? Michael from Stephan & Co. Salon & Spa.  Jade also works at the salon.  I have to write a post on them soon.


Our next stop was Browseabout Books, where we found Cake Break.  They were serving mini cupcakes.  Perfect because they just popped in your mouth.  Not too much guilt, either.  Cake Break can now ship gluten free cupcakes and other gluten free baked goods.


Crawling away, we continued….and we found only one dog doing his crawling while wearing his sweater.



We continue on a crawling mode and stopped to see a sign that rain, shine or hurricane…it is always there, reminding us that salt water taffy is still so good.


At Carltons on Rehoboth Avenue we found Lupo di Mare.


They were serving “pot de creme”.


Crawling back to First Street Station, we noticed that there were still people shopping at the Penny Lane Mall.


At First Street Station, Paul Cullen was entertaining the crowds and serving his wines. A future post in the making.


And, then, the crawlers gathered.  There was going to be a drawing.  You had to be there to win.  Well, we did not win, but Danielle did.  That was the end of a perfect evening, spending it with friends.  Priceless, don’t you think?


So, it was time to go home….a total success it was….


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November 1st, 2012

Rehoboth Cocoa Crawl, Event, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Friday, November 2nd, 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., Azura Clothing, Dowtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches


The idea is to stroll Rehoboth Beach, find great deals, enjoy great food, and check the local art.  Proceeds from the wristbands you purchase for $10 will go to local charities.  The Rehoboth Elementary Art Docent Program and Nikki May Cancer Fund will be the recipients.

This is the 2nd Annual Rehoboth Cocoa Crawl, with so many participating stores and restaurants.  Even though it is only in its 2nd year, it is becoming an event not to be missed.  Downtown Rehoboth Beach is such a walkable town; the merchants are so friendly.  Should be fun!!


So the place to be on Friday, 11/2, from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. is Downtown Rehoboth Beach. Enjoy delectable drinks with and without spirits!!  Activities for the young ones!!  You can purchase the wristbands at tents in First Street Station and in front of Heidi Lowe Gallery.  They can also be purchased at WSFS branches, Azura Clothing, South Moon Under, Carltons & Bellmoor prior to the event.  The purchase of a wristband enters you to win over $2,000 grand prize drawing at the end of the evening.  You must be present to win.

If you have any questions, please call 302-226-9650.  You can also visit

The connection of Azura Clothing to Rehoboth Cocoa Crawl is simple.  Its owner, Alyssa Titus, is also the founder and force behind Rehoboth Cocoa Crawl.  I stopped today at Azura to take a few pictures.  Afterall, it should be featured on this post.  Putting together these kinds of events takes a lot of dedication.  Alyssa has a family and juggles the dynamics of a family and a business, or two for that matter.  She also owns, Clad, which is located at the First Street Station, in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.


Azura Clothing is located at 139 Rehoboth Ave., Tel. 302-226-9650.  Website?

Chatting with Alyssa, I found out that she is also a designer.  She has her own label.  And, she has been in the business for a long time.

This has not been my first visit to Azura.  But, it has been the first visit in which I have to pay more attention to detail.  First impression?  I liked it.  The store is bright and full of merchandise.  If you are attending the Rehoboth Cocoa Crawl you are going to be pleasantly surprised.


I can see why Alyssa likes the quote; “A woman creates her style and fashion”.  Alyssa told me that she looks for very unique pieces.  The ones that can set you apart from the rest.  She blends styles very well; trendy, casual, and classic.

To check the individual brands carried at Azura, please visit

This is what I found today:





Casual Tops








Home Accessories & Gifts





Azura Clothing also carries jewelry by designer Charles Albert.  He designs very unique pieces of jewelry.  Pretty much one-of-a-kind creations.  Alchemia “zero karat gold” infuses a blend of base metals to simulate the look and feel of 18k gold, but very affordable.  This new allow is nickel-free, lead-free, and hypoallergenic.




Please note that Azura Clothing also has its own line of lotions, body and hair care.  All made by Azura here in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.


Shopping in the boutiques of our coastal towns, here at the Delaware Beaches, where you get personal attention is pretty nice….talk to you later.


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