Two Terez bags—an overnight/swim/beach bag ($56) and backpack ($80)—and a fun Ice Cream-brand cosmetic bag ($22). Judi Anders of New Canaan is manager of the new shop at 115 Elm St. Credit: Michael Dinan
“We’re so excited to be a part of this great community,” owner Corri Neckritz told NewCanaanite.com through a spokesperson.
The store at 115 Elm St., formerly had been occupied by Ralph Lauren Kids, though it underwent extensive interior renovations to accommodate Groove. It’s Neckritz’s second shop, after Westport, where Groove recently moved into a larger commercial space.
The Planning & Zoning Commission last week by a vote of 8-0 approved the exterior sign at Groove.
We visited the store ahead of this weekend’s festivities—see gallery above for a sample of its offerings. Here’s more background on Neckritz and Groove.