I love going to my chiropractor. For one, he’s relieving my shin splints, so I can get back to working on my buns of steel. (Okay, more like buns of caramel, but that’s neither here nor there.) Secondly, Merge is in the same shopping center on Preston and Royal (unfortunately next to delicious Pinkberry). With all the running I’ll soon be able to do, and therefore weight I’ll lose, it’s convenient to have a store nearby to pre-celebrate my success. (I can connect the dots between any situation and a necessary retail fix.)
Merge is unpacking and hanging up new spring merchandise everyday, so feel free to stop in more than once.
(from top) Locally designed python wallets and iPad cases, pastel skinny leg jeans, a sale rack of denim from white to dark wash, more python iPad cases and clutches, House of Harlow 1960 black resin necklace ($145), Bella Dahl white blouse ($97), Ttee taupe jacket ($142), and Jamison sweater ($148), House of Harlow 1960 studded bangles ($138).
*If you deal with shin splints, your workout life isn’t over. I see Dr. Jason Rowenhorst at Premier Sports Chiropractic, and I’m healing. I can actually hit the treadmill again. (For, like, a minute before I’m out of breath.)