We’re at it again! Twenty of the best shops and designers on the Shoreline will convene in a mammoth empty retail space for the Sixth Annual Insane Insidewalk Sale! It’s a pop-up local shopping mall smack in the middle of Old Saybrook. You’ll find an enormous selection of clothing, accessories, jewelry, gifts, home decor and MORE, marked down between 30 and 75% off (most merchandise is at least 50% off!). Snag great bargains AND keep your shopping dollars local! Save the dates, two days only: Friday, January 30th, 10 – 6 Saturday, January 31st, 10 – 5 105 Elm Street (in the Old Saybrook Shopping Center, next to Stop & Shop) Admission $5 (covers entrance for both days). See pics from last year’s sale HERE. Vendor List: Amelie Michel: Beautiful, practical table linens, hand-selected and imported directly from France. Amy Leiner Designs: Local designer, renowned nationally for bohemian chic jewelry. Ann Lightfoot Jewelry: Local jewelry designer whose collections are featured in shops such as Donna Karan, Eileen Fisher, Lori Warner and online at Sundance and Calypso St. Barth. Billie Beads: Handmade, one-of-a-kind, colorful & intricate, beads, jewelry, treasure boxes, piggy banks, hair accessories, paperweights and art objects. All work is done in the ancient art of Millefiore, but in a modern Polymer clay. Then many of the pieces are bejeweled with Swarovski Crystals. Ciao Bella: Fun, fabulous fashions accessories and unique gift items. Crowning Glory: Jewelry, accessories, handbags, baby items, gifts and home decor. Ella Where She Shops: Figure flattering clothing at affordable prices. Ellen Raines Martin: Day into evening collection of capes, wraps, shawls and scarves. Eve’s @ Chroma: Creative clothing and accessories for young women of all ages. Goods & Curiosities – The Griswold Inn Store: Traditional. Contemporary. Whimsical ~ Goods & Curiosities! Featuring an eclectic mix of products inspired by the Inn and New England. Hand-crafted and Connecticut-made products. Grace: A lifestyle shop located in the heart of the Coastal Village of Niantic – Grace, Where Best Friends Shop. Features young contemporary clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories. Jennie Fresa Brow & Beauty Bar, Treat yourself to a selection of cool indie brands, organic skincare lines, fragrances, Jennie’s signature makeup collection and many other divine treasures. J Horton: Stylishly gifted. Gifts, workout clothes, jewels and home decor. Expect the unexpected. J.McLaughlin: Classic Men’s and Women’s clothing with sophisticated fabrics and patterns. Just Hatched: Unique clothing and giftables for baby, newborn through age 8. The bestist and most cutist…baby and kids clothing in the world. LuLu’s, A ChiChi Boutique: Women’s clothing and lounge wear, sleepwear and lingerie, jewelry, accessories and other fun stuff. Mix Design Store: “Best Gift Store on the Shoreline” -the-e-list and Connecticut Magazine. Gifts for men, women and children (pets too!). One North Main: One North Main (formally Stonewear) is known for fashionable must-haves. Clothing, jewelry, handbags and accessories. ONYX of Madison: Always stylish, always flattering, women’s contemporary clothing, accessories, jewelry from international designers. Patricia Spratt for the Home: The finest selection of table linens and decorative accessories. 100% cotton and innovative cotton blend fabrics, from the best mills throughout the world, are sewn in Connecticut. Southern Exposure: Hand-selected clothing, shoes and accessories ranging from a tiny pair of earrings from Zuni, New Mexico, to an exquisite Tufa Sandcast Pendant from Santo Domingo Pueblo; from Minnetonka Moccasins to an exotic leather cowboy boot from Lucchese; handmade coffee mugs to hand pinch pottery and denim shirts to artist designed wearable art. Three Islands Lifestyle: A casual American lifestyle brand that combines the clean tailoring of New England’s classic good looks with vibrant and whimsical hand-screened batiks from Bali, Indonesia. The collection includes accessibly priced women’s, men’s and children’s apparel. Each piece of clothing, from the tunics to the swim shorts, echoes the colors and patterns found in water, on beaches and in far-flung island villages across the world.