Warm coats of all stripes (and spots)

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Warm coats of all stripes
Baby it’s cold outside. Time to check out our great selection of coats. There is some dynamite cashmere from the 1950’s, when “cashmere” meant warm soft and endlessly durable. We also have a couple of 60’s era faux leopard coats so you can look sophisticated like Mrs. Robinson in “The Graduate.” Warmest of all, there’s shearling, beaver, and mink, some real, some faux, all vintage.

Holiday gift ideas


It’s getting down to the wire for holiday gift ideas. We have lots of bags made by “One Swell Gal,” Natasha Keller, our in house designer and fashion maven.

More gift ideas: For ladies, we have lots of warm leather gloves, wooly scarves, sassy French Berets, cozy cashmere socks, essential oil perfumes, and scented soy candles from Southern Alchemy. For men, there are sleek leather wallets, ski sunglasses, leather jackets, felt hats, and cashmere sweaters.

Local Lovers Challenge

Sale, Special Events

I Buy Local.Petrune is proud to be a part of the Local Lovers Challenge, which is designed to encourage Ithacans to do their holiday shopping locally. Check out their website for a list of participating businesses: www.localfirstithaca.org.

Just pick up a card at any participating business, get stamps at each business you visit (no purchase necessary!), and when your card is full, fill in the back and drop it in a box! You’ll be entered to win cash cards in the amount of $50, $150, and $250, as well as gift certificates to local shops.

As part of Local Lovers, we are participating in 10% on the 10th- That means that on December 10th, Petrune will be taking 10% off of EVERYTHING in the store, along with over two dozen other participating businesses.

Volume Records, which is located upstairs inside our store, will also be taking 10% off of all records! With new and vintage clothing and accessories for men and women and thousands of LP’s, you could get all your shopping done in one place! Supporting two local businesses and getting your Christmas shopping done in one store; not bad for a day’s work.