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I hadn’t been shopping for at least three years. Yes, I would run to Target to grab diapers, almond milk and peanut butter. But real clothes shopping? No. So, it’s almost ironic that I was assigned to this piece. I had to walk into a real boutique for grown-ups with all sorts of pretty clothes. This wasn’t work. This was play dressed up like work.
Stylistas are rejoicing at the new Woodbury boutique, Primrose Park, which offers Woodbury shoppers another great opportunity for unique clothing, accessories and gifts. The store opened in November next to Akita Sushi and Hibachi at Tamarack Hills, adding to their growing lineup of great independent retailers like Sisu, Merriment and Mainstream Boutique.
Julia Stone (picured above)
Trend: Two-piece Crop Top
Dress: A sensational two-piece prom dress from Faviana offers both simplicity and extravagance. From the flowing chiffon skirt with slit and lightly-beaded lace bodice, along with a lace-up back and illusion halter neckline, each detail creates a fashion-forward look. Shown in guava; also available in ice pink and ivory. $378
If you’re looking for the perfect gift this fall, or simply looking for some additions to your wardrobe, Woodbury has some great boutiques for your accessorizing needs. Whether it’s the necklace you can wear every day, or the bag that pulls together an outfit, we’ve gathered some great ideas from local shops for any budget, style and age.
Merriment Adornments is a known home and interior design store in Tamarack Hills. What may not be known is the beautiful jewelry found inside. “We have a number of jewelry lines, some from bigger vendors but most from small vendors around the U.S. that are one-of-a-kinds; our most popular lines are from local resources that do custom work,” says Sarah Olsen, owner of Merriment.