As Delaware’s stay-at-home ordinances grow tighter, businesses deemed “nonessential” have been forced to shutter through at least mid-May. That means local businesses like boutiques have only one way to make an income: via your online or phone purchases. So, we’re compiling a list of who is offering what. Not on here? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added.
What better time to work on a home project or master the décor than when you’re stuck at home? Peruse current collections from Adorn Goods Instagram account (@adorn.goods) and place your order online or over the phone by calling 575-9657.
The Bellefonte couple whose creative woodwork and signage can (normally) be seen at restaurants throughout the state is still open to work on your personal orders. What better time to knock out a home project or show someone you love that you’re thinking of them with a personalized gift? For ideas, visit Against the Grain. For orders, call 757-9158.
Stylists know you’re already suffering without your routine cut and color. To tide you both over, Blo Blow Dry Bar is offering curb-side pickup of your coveted cosmetics and salon hair products.
This trendy teen/young miss boutique has a web store coming soon. In the meantime, shop their Instagram and place your orders for clothing, accessories and more by emailing email@example.com. Also receive a gift card for $25 for each $100 gift card you purchase.
Miss your morning espresso on the way to work? Us, too. Fortunately, Brandywine Coffee Roasters is still shipping your favorite beans (and tea leaves) straight to your door.
From Joie to Johnny Was, Ellie features a limited collection for purchase over the phone at 656-4409.
Maybe you want to use this stretch of self-isolation to try a beauty treatment like a facial peel, or maybe sporting your usual red lip just makes you feel good. An e-commerce site is coming soon for whatever your beauty needs are. Sign up here to receive a discount when the site launches.
From Ethiopia to Mexico and beyond, become well traveled in Little Goat Coffee Roasting’s beans, which can be bought online and shipped along with merchandise. You can also tip your baristas online via Venmo.
Peruse plenty of trendy looks from wardrobe essentials to accessories at Nicole J. Boutique’s online shop.
Now when you shop Peter Kate online, you’ll receive 30 percent off of your favorite apparel and footwear brands. Find designer denim, soft tees, flirty frocks and shoes for every spring and summer occasion—when you’re ready to hit the town again. Use code name RONA30.
Perk up your mood—and your wardrobe—with cheerful swim and summer wear from Pink Crab Rehoboth, the signature shop for neon-print princess Lilly Pulitzer.
Need custom tees? Visit Spaceboy Clothing to choose your color and start designing, or shop the artists’ collection for fun. The shop will collect payment via Venmo.
Trolley Square’s contemporary boutique for young women—carrying the best of Ganni, GRLFRND and more—has shuttered its brick and mortar but is offering a $25 gift card for every $100 Shop Trudy gift card purchased. Email or message on Instagram to purchase the giftcard promo.
For all things embroidered, embellished and stamped with your personal logo or message, Unique Impression in Newark is offering orders online and via web. They’re even working to add a fun art project for parents to do with their kids at home.
While you may not need those seersuckers and sundresses for Point to Point this year, you can still plan ahead on your spring and summer wardrobe at Wilmington Country Store, who is taking orders over the phone at 656-4409.