From thrift shops to charming boutiques, I’m sure to find something unique!
Case in point …
These funky tunics (100% cotton, made in Nepal by an ethical company). Jackie (owner of La Jolie Molly boutique) was wearing one when Maria and I went shopping in Ridgeway, Crystal Beach. We both bought one. Maria’s has short-sleeves; I chose 3/4 length and folded them up a little. Great to pair with leggings. The design and butterfies are so cute. We love the pockets!
Visiting Maria is always an adventure!
This past year has been extremely difficult for small businesses. While the mega stores like Amazon, Walmark and Target are making more money than ever, so many small shops have had to close their doors forever.
My daughter’s eco boutique is going online
“The worst part about closing the Drizzle & Shine physical location will be laying off my wonderful staff. I didn’t make this decision lightly. And frankly, it wasn’t really a choice. We just can’t stay open and pay the expenses of a brick and mortar store with the drop in sales we’ve seen since the beginning of the pandemic.
Going exclusively online doesn’t take the time and work that running a physical location requires. People are the best part of a store. But without customers to interact with, displays to set up, shelves of inventory to replenish, events and fundraisers to plan and run, there isn’t enough work for any of us.” read more
Let’s support small businesses and shop local.
Say yes to new adventures!