Get To Know Love Lakeside

Hi! Thanks for having the interest in who we are. Love Lakeside has a team that loves to work in Croton Falls, a small railroad town in Northern Westchester County, NY. Our studio/gallery is located in a former lift trucks factory and is just around the corner from the downtown hamlet. It's a wave to everyone kind of town and we love being a part of reviving the area to bring people into this special place.  We'll hope to welcome you in person, should you be in our area, one day soon. 

The owner, Libby, has been in the fashion accessories industry for over 30 years. Her background includes creating the Jerry Garcia ties and the Grateful Dead scarves. She has run a wholesale/manufacturing business, had brick and mortar retail stores as well as an on-line presence within the field. The team includes Rosi our seamstress guru. Mae, the website and photography afficionado and Diego our shipping superstar. Beyond the core team we surround ourselves with artisans and provide them a platform to share their genius creativity. 

We strive to build our business based on the integrity of the product, price point and customer service. We ship the same day with orders in by 3:00 EDT which means most orders are in hand in 2 days on the east coast and 3 days on the west. Take that Amazon, and no yearly subscription payment!

Oh, and why Love Lakeside? Libby, who grew up on midwestern lakes and spends a lot of time on New York lakes and now happens to live on a local lake, named the business for her love of, yep, lakes!

We hope you find our product selections to be of top quality, at fair prices and delivered swiftly. You can rest assured the energy of the company is run on and by happy people loving what they do and where they do it.

We're here to work hard in the hopes that we'll be your go-to resource for accessorizing yourself, friends, family and anyone you deem worthy. Wherever you might be ordering from know that your support of a small and local, to some, business supports the survival of "Main Street USA" and the artisans that make that Main Street "home". A sincere thanks for that!