STL Style

At STyLehouse in south city, the motto is "You can't spell STYLE without STL." The city-centric screenprinting shop flies its St. Louis flag with pride and wears its love for the Lou on its sleeve. Identical twin brothers Jeff and Randy Vines dreamed up the concept for their Cherokee Street shop over a decade ago, and since then have put the standard t-shirt shop to shame with its bold fleur-de-lis and clever St. Louis community designs. Simply pick a design off the wall -- Ghettoway to the West, anyone? -- and name a color and size to get a tee, tote or what-have-you fresh off the press. Aside from putting the typical gift shop to shame, the STyLehouse serves as incomparable eye candy, full of bold colors and sweet designs to spy.



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