With a 10-foot reclaimed hospital emergency room sign as a focal point of their shop decor, Well Done Goods is here to cure all your fashion and gifting emergencies.

1440 Gratiot Ave 1D
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 404-2053

Well Done Goods is open 7 days a week! 

Spring 2018 Hours: Mon-Sat: 11am-7pm | Sun: 11-4pm
Late Night Shopping: Evenings by appointment.  Groups welcome!

Well Done Goods, by DEQ Magazine

Hey friends! We're doing something kind of new.  Welcome!

Well Done Goods by Cyberoptix is a brand-new men's & women's accessories shop that serves as Cyberoptix's flagship tie and scarf retail store. WDG launched its own in-house brand of handmade apparel -- iconic t-shirts, tanks, hoodies, hats, baby gear, and socks, as well as a whole new line of home-goods: Pillows, aprons, vintage and scientific curiosities, barware, coasters, coffee mugs, raw stone jewelry and gifts from other esteemed designers around the world.


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Widely known for their offbeat neckties and scarves that have graced the necks of celebrities on the red carpet, are collected by Apollo and Shuttle Program astronauts, and are sought after by science and art museum gift shops around the world, Well Done Goods by Cyberoptix Founder Bethany Shorb emphasizes that "Our store is not about 'just ties' anymore!" 

Why stray from that winning combination?

Not just ties! While Cyberoptix is celebrating 10 years of bringing unique neckwear to Detroit and beyond, Well Done Goods by Cyberoptix showcases a full range of ties, scarves, bow ties and pocket squares inside the new shop alongside their whole new line of graphic-forward accessories including aprons, pillows, tea towels, napkins and poster-size art prints. "Our customers have asked and asked for us to put our designs on other things, what better place to launch that venture than right here in our hometown?" says Shorb.


See what others have to say about this nifty new spot!

Detroit Electronic Quarterly | Detroit Free Press | The Detroit News | The Art of Manufacturing (podcast)Curbed Detroit | Corp! Magazine | Crain's Detroit Business |  Model D | MetroTimes | WIRED Magazine |

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Made in Detroit, by Detroiters...but with new friends too!

Fiercely loyal to their home in Eastern Market for over a decade, Cyberoptix still prints all accessories to order in their 4000 square foot manufacturing facility located directly upstairs from the new shop. In addition to their hand screen-printed wares all made in house, WDG has curated in other product lines to compliment their gift-ready offerings. WDG is proud to include 3-D printed jewelry from Boston's tech-savvy Nervous System, vegan felt bags from Los Angeles' Mad Rabbit Kicking Tiger, hand-poured paraffin-free candles from Michigan favorite JKM Soy Candles, who features irresistible scents like "Eastern Market Flower Day" and "It's So Cold in the D," and sustainable tables from Union Town Woodshop, handmade in Detroit by two firefighters working for over twenty years with redwood, oak and walnut slabs exclusively sourced from felled trees.

So what the heck is it, anyway?

What's the overall theme of this new gift shop? Well Done Goods Founder Shorb notes, "What happens when aliens crash-land in Detroit with a flying-saucer-load of design favorites from the MoMA Store, a local screenprinting shop and the contents of a natural history museum's basement?" An emphasis on well-designed products, hyper-unique finds and most importantly affordable gifting options will be the overall direction for this new project, with Shorb adding "no pretense and tons and tons of fun!"

With a 10-foot reclaimed hospital emergency room sign as a focal point of their shop decor, Well Done Goods is "here to cure all your fashion and gifting emergencies."

For more information, contact Joel at 313-404-2053 or  orders@welldonegoods.com

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