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    Wanting to break outside the normal gift giving slump for dad this Father’s Day?  Think outside the box and go down to the Highlands neighborhood of Louisville and do a bit of shopping at WHY Louisville. This fun and locally owned shop is located at 1583 Bardstown Road. The store is full of items you can get for your dad that he will surely appreciate. The gifts from there always make my dad laugh and he actually wears the clothing I have purchased for him in past years.

    Shirts are priced around $19.00 if your dad dresses casually.  If your dad has a more conservative style, there are ties for $29.99.  There are a variety of fun Louisville themed clothing and accessories, but my favorite for my dad is the “Biggest City on Earth” t-shirt by K Composite for $17.99. Another great find is the hardcover book titled “Historic Photos of Louisville”, which is $39.95. Its 216 pages of our city’s journey through Civil War, the Depression era, buildings, life, etc.

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    About Bella Portaro

    Happiness Cultivator. Blogger. Writer. Social Media and PR Maven. Dreamer. Louisville Lover. Blogger at Bella of Louisville; a lifestyle blog. A lifestyle is- by definition to me - the way in which one chooses to live their life. As I’ve entered into this chapter / book of my life with a strong understanding of who I am, lifestyle has become about the art of living well. This idea goes beyond creating a beautiful home and investing in my wardrobe. Living well means being kind, being good company, contributing to your community, and becoming a person of substance and grace. If designing a life full of substance and grace isn’t aspirational, I don’t know what else is. I love writing about events and things to do in Louisville. I hope you enjoy my posts and connect with me on social media!

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