When you’re spring cleaning this year, don’t forget your closet. Now’s the perfect time to get rid of old items that no longer fit or that you don’t wear. And after you’ve donated those items to your favorite local thrift shop, you’ll have plenty of room for new pieces that will give your wardrobe a breath of fresh air.
Be sure to visit these local boutiques when you head out to shop for your spring fashion.
Fresh, fun, and fashionable, this boutique carries a wide variety of unique pieces that will spice up even the most avant-garde wardrobe. Check out their knit romper, perfect for running errands on a Saturday, and the Ashlee Dress, with its breezy silhouette perfect for an evening walk or Sunday brunch. And take a peek at their look book so you can get inspired for summer, too!
Here, you’ll find “boho chic” elevated to a whole new level of sophistication. Owner Pamela Coffman-Imani knows how women want to look – and helping them achieve that look is her passion. The clothing at this shop is cut to make the most of women’s figures – no matter their age or size. The Aries Tank with its deep V-neck and gathered waist is flattering on every figure, and the Claudia Skirt’s gauzy, floral design will have everyone doing a double take.
This shop has everything you need – loungewear for a lazy weekend, cropped blazers for a day at the office, and sequined tops for a night on the town. Youthful and hip, the clothes at this boutique will carry you into the next season in style. All the clothes are sourced from Los Angeles, bringing that distinctive West Coast vibe.
Apricot Lane Boutique
Locally owned, this fun boutique features both well-known brands, as well as emerging clothing lines, which means you’ll find all kinds of unique pieces there. With affordable prices and trendy merchandise, you’ll get a lot of bang for your buck here. Don’t forget to take a look at their funky accessories while you’re there – with their statement jewelry and bold handbags, you can take every outfit to a whole new level.
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