Back to School

Storyville is a newcomer to the New Orleans’ clothing scene, but is already making a name for itself with wildly popular tees with local flavor. Forgo a boring and plain T-shirt for one of their creative designs, available in men’s, women’s, unisex and even kid sizes. The family-owned and operated business allows customers to also create custom shirts in the store, which recently moved to the 3000 block of Magazine Street. Check out their Web site for their complete collection. Storyville, 3029 Magazine St., 304-6209, www.wearyourstory.com.

The summer doldrums are coming to an end, and for many that means the start of a new school year. Joining new sports teams and clubs, seeing old friends again, and even figuring out your class schedule is an exciting time, so putting your best foot forward is almost as important as acing that looming  upcoming chemistry test. Let your individual style shine through with these budget-friendly options for youths of all ages, so you can put your hard-earned cash toward new books or a big vacation with friends or family.

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