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A Canadian transplant wanted to share her passion for fashion with Cincinnati. Learn about her online boutique that offers opportunities to give back and support the community.

Jenise Nelson’s journey has taken her from Vancouver, Canada, all the way to the Queen City. Now a wife and mom of 3, she’s also added the title of business owner. 

Nelson is the founder of Maple Mercantile, a womens’ clothing boutique focused on comfortable yet stylish outfits. Nelson started her business in 2018 and runs it from her home. 

She says she was inspired to launch Maple Mercantile to follow her own love of fashion and shopping. 

“I had been a stay-at-home mom for many years and once my kids went off to school I realized I needed a hobby that wasn’t centered around them,” she explains. “I decided a boutique would be a fun and great way to supplement my personal shopping habit. It quickly became more than just a hobby. I now get to call it my full-time job and I love every minute of it.”

You’ll find a little bit of everything at Maple Mercantile. “I love a comfy outfit so athleisure is a big part of the collection,” she says. There are also a lot of layering items, jewelry, and winter apparel. 

“I recently started carrying shoes as well, which has been really fun for my customers to create a head-to-toe Maple Mercantile outfit,” she says. 

Sizes available from Maple Mercantile range from 00to 4XL, so that she can offer a little bit of everything to women of all sizes. 

Nelson says that she loves a sale as much as the next girl, so the items from her store are priced competitively. “You can find solid color tops for as low as $14 and high-quality outerwear for as high as $58,” she says. “Denim can be found in the $30-$42 price range.”

Nelson says her favorite part about running a boutique is the relationships and friendships she’s formed along the way. “My customers know that they can message me with questions and it’s always great to get to know them better and have a conversation about their style or size needs,” she adds. 

Nelson and Maple Mercantile are in the business of giving back to the community. The boutique offers “Shop for a Cause,” a traditional shopping party with a mission to give back. “Hosts can donate 20 percent of party sales to the fundraiser of their choice,” she says. This program helps everyone to feel good while shopping because they know they’re supporting a great cause. 

Nelson also recently started a brand ambassador program. “This is a way for me to give back to my best customers who love to shop and want to share with their friends,” she says. “It’s been really successful so far and I’m excited to see where it will go in the future.” 

Currently, Maple Mercantile is an E-commerce store, and the website serves as the main platform. However, Nelson says, she also has a Facebook group where its members always have a ton of fun. 

You can shop Maple Mercantile at You can also follow along on Instagram<> and join the Facebook group<>.

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Learn more about a new faith-based community and sustainable streetwear company launched by a recent DAAP grad.

Cincy Chic: What is BINO? 
Niyah Jackson, BINO CEO and Founder: BINO stands for “Be In Not Of” which comes from the scripture John 17:14-15, “I have given them your word. The world hated them because they are not of the world, just as I am not of the world.” As a young adult believer, there is tension between living in this world, not being of it. BINO exists to help aid this tension. It is truly an intersection of faith and culture.

Cincy Chic: What is the inspiration behind the company? 
Jackson: I got the idea for BINO while I still had my fashion blog, Inexpensive Chic, which I ran for nearly 7 years. I noticed myself beginning to write more about my faith, alongside my #OOTDs. I knew I wanted to switch things up. Instead of having a fashion platform where I talked minimally of faith, I decided to create a faith-based community that featured stylistic visuals. The majority of online Christian spaces feel sanitized and cutesy – the BINO community can’t relate to that. We crave something deeper, more real and vulnerable. The same goes with theclothes. BINO is a way for us to hold one another accountable and align ourselves with peers who want to live a life differently than the world does. 

Cincy Chic: What are BINO’s values? 
Jackson: Our values are connection, creativity, authenticity and truth. We want to transform individuals from feeling isolated in their faith, misunderstood and ashamed into feeling confident and actively flourishing in their faith because of the community they are now experiencing. 

Niyah Jackson

Cincy Chic: How does Shop BINO play into the picture? 
Jackson: Shop BINO is a sustainable streetwear company handcrafting one-of-a-kind faith-based apparel for those who choose not to blend in. I take thrifted finds and remnant fabrics and transform them into wearable art. We carry unisex t-shirts, long sleeves, sweatshirts, and various gift items. You can shop the store at

Cincy Chic: Who is the BINO target audience and shopper? 
Jackson: The target audience for the community is imperfect, young adult believers striving to live Christ-like lives. For the shop, I hope to attract both believers and non-believers. The apparel is intentionally meant to circumnavigate the “cheesy Christian apparel” trope. We want to offer something anyone and everyone who is into one-of-a-kind streetwear would want to wear. 

Cincy Chic: Where is BINO located? 
Jackson: We are Cincinnati-based and have a community all over the world since we are made up of both physical and digital meetings.

Cincy Chic: What has been your favorite part about watching BINO come to life? 
Jackson: The testimonies have been the best part! Knowing that the white spaces I saw are actually valid, and that BINO is solving for them makes me happy. I’ve had many people say they’ve been looking for a community of believers their age. I have met some of my

closest friends through this platform God gave me the vision to form. It’s so important to have relationship with others, because choosing this lifestyle can be isolating if you let it, it’s not always easy. 

Cincy Chic: How can readers connect with BINO and Shop Bino? 
Jackson: There are many ways to connect with us. You can follow us on Instagram. You can also view our blogYoutube channel, and website. You can also subscribe via email for our weekly encouragement and updates at

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A new women's boutique with vintage charm is now officially open for business in Crittenden, KY, offering versatility, style, and most importantly, comfort. Read on for all the details.

Liv & Rose Boutique is a modern boutique with a vintage charm, striving to always have a piece of clothing that will fit into everyone’s wardrobe. 

“My dream boutique offers unique apparel for women who value versatility, style, and most importantly, comfort,” says Owner Olivia Juergens. “No matter what style you are interested in, Liv & Rose has something for you.” 

Since 2015, Olivia Juergens, owner of Liv & Rose Boutique, has been investing in a vision for her business. The inspiration behind the company comes from her passion to be confident and comfortable in anything she is wearing. 

“I am a working mother of two small children. I was so tired of having to take my kids out to the store to shop but never finding anything I truly loved. My career as a cosmetologist allows me to stay trendy, but comfort and confidence is key. That is the main focus behind all of our products at Liv & Rose Boutique.” 

After a long time coming, the modern boutique officially launched this past year and Juergens’ vision came to life. The boutique offers products ranging from earrings, jeans, jumpsuits, Brumates, and tops. For the shoppers that want to stick close to home, locally-made products and custom clothing items are also available. 

At Liv & Rose Boutique, there is no one set of target customers. “We want every shopper who is interested in fashionable and comfortable clothing to feel able to shop our website,” says Juergens. “No matter what event or daily activity you have, we have something that you would love.” 

There are two ways to shop at Liv & Rose Boutique: online at or a unique storefront shopping experience in Juergens’ home. The virtual experience with Liv & Rose Boutique offers features such as easy navigation, texts updates with the stage of your order, model measurements, and customer support with any questions or feedback shoppers may have. 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, shopping in-person includes a limit on the number of customers in the space, face mask requirement, and a sanitizing station for after try-ons to ensure all products and customers are safe. Contactless pick-up and check out is also available. Liv & Rose Boutique is located at 305 Alexander Road, Crittenden, KY 41030

To stay connected with Liv & Rose Boutique, visit their website at and follow them on Instagram and Facebook for daily deals and new arrivals.

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Changing times call for evolved ways of working with clients on home design. Click here to read more about how a design firm is reflecting clients’ styles through virtual meetings.

Amy Holt spent years working as a kitchen and bath designer, but she also had a burning desire to pursue interior design. After getting her name out in the industry, winning awards in local home shows, and building a brand of her own, she launched Designs on Madison, an award-winning interior design firm based in Cincinnati.

“Designs on Madison is home to nine talented designers with a kaleidoscope of styles and years of experience, and provides residential and commercial interior design including kitchen and bath design,” says Office Manager Lauren Olthaus. 

Olthaus says that Holt opened Designs on Madison to continue to offer clients a design process that is both effortless and enjoyable.

“With a variety of designers, our clients can be placed with someone who reflects their style,” she says. 

Trends are constantly evolving in the housing industry, and Olthaus says that Designs on Madison has seen a big increase in wallpaper, whether it’s a statement pattern and a color for a powder room or a more muted and textured look for a dining room. 

“There are so many options to choose from and it really gives a room a nice finishing touch,” she says. “As for paint colors, various shades of gray were popular for a while. We are seeing a switch to lighter shades of gray and more use of whites. Another fun trend is using black paint for accents like on a ceiling, accent wall, or door for a dramatic effect.”

And since the world is much different than it was just four months ago, Designs on Madison has evolved in its design work since the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Clients are still interested in updating their homes, but with these uncertain times, clients are gravitating toward doing a refresh of rooms rather than completely redoing them.

“This can be a new piece of furniture or updated accessories and art; or even adding wallpaper,” says Olthaus. “Also, we’re getting more calls for remodeling current homes now that people are staying in more and not wanting to move.” 

Social distancing is also applying to housing professionals, as Olthaus says the design team at Designs on Madison is utilizing virtual meetings more than ever before to meet the needs of their clients. 

Work may be different, but it hasn’t slowed at Designs on Madison. Currently, they are working with Sterling Homes on two houses for this year’s Homearama at Walworth Junction in the City of Cincinnati. “The homes in this year’s show are geared toward luxury city living and have views of the Ohio River versus the traditional large neighborhoods in the northern parts of Cincinnati,” adds Olthaus. 

You can learn more about Designs on Madison at There you can see photo galleries and projects. Designs on Madison also has weekly posts on Facebook and Instagram showcasing current projects and offering design tips.

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The Indian ethnic clothing options are made of the highest quality fibres and designed by professional designers. These tailor-made ethnic clothes provide a glimpse of the culture and heritage of India. Every cloth print is unique and has lively colours that represent the diverse culture of the country. The main goal is that every woman wearing these stunning outfits feels more feminine and cherishes her body. Professional working women break existing stereotypes to encourage every woman in the country to work and fight for their dreams. The most fashionable ethnic clothing from Kreeva lifestyle brings people the freshest Indian fashion trends.

Choosing The Ideal Ethnic Wear

One can either choose to set trends or follow them. With the immense popularity of ethnic clothing among females, designers have set new ways to style them. A good outfit can define the confidence of a person and make a great first impression. This is why people must choose trendy outfits. There are several ways by which one can style their ethnic outfit to make it look chic and elegant by accessorizing it in several ways.

 Trending Ways To Style Ethnic Clothing:

1. Kurta with a denim jacket- A denim jacket is one way to accessorize both western clothing and Indian ethnic clothing. A new trend has been going around of styling plain short kurtas with loose-fitting blue denim jackets. There are several varieties in denim jackets too. They can be printed, ripped or have some embroidery work done on them and they also have variation in sizes- from oversized to loose fitting. It is perfect for styling winter ethnic clothes as it adds an extra layer of warmth during cold days. It makes the outfit look smart and completed. One can also wear fitting denim jackets according to their comfort.

2. Long breezy palazzo pants- These pants are a new comfort ethnic wear and are widely popular among females. Every female whether they are college-going students or are working women can effortlessly pull off these pants. They look chic and stylish. It is certainly an excellent way to upgrade mundane office or college outfits. They have also started replacing bottoms like regular leggings or salwar as the new favorite bottoms with kurta or kameez. Style a pair of comfortable palazzo pants with crop tops, short kurtas, or tuck in t-shirts for an elegant look. Complete this look by accessorizing it with earrings with a pair of heels.

3. Vibrant Jaipuri jackets- Jaipuri jackets are all anyone needs to brighten their outfit. Jaipuri jackets have intricate designs and sophisticated mirror work on them which makes it look beautiful and unique. The embroidery work done on these jackets is a skill acquired by the men and women of Western India that had been passed down for generations. These men and women work hard from home and spend hours perfecting the small details on the jacket which makes it special. It makes the jacket look lively and proudly represents the culture of Rajasthan. Style this jacket with ethnic outfits or semi ethnic outfits for an overall Indo-western look.

4. Sharara pantsThese comfortable, stylish pants have become one of the latest Indian fashion trends. They come in a variety of colors and can be styled with kurtas or blouses. These pants were originally worn during wedding functions, but because of its attractive looks and design, simpler versions of it have been manufactured for daily wear purposes. They have layered endings that add a dramatic flair to the outfit. These pants are famously worn by Instagram influencers and celebrities. One can pair sharara pants with a contrasting kurta and dupatta that is the same color has the pants to style it with statement accessories.

5. Crop top but make it ethnic– crop tops are a western element of fashion style, which has gained a lot of popularity in India. Female teenagers and young adults alike are seen styling their crop top with a pair of high waisted jeans or denim skirts. However, the latest Indian ethnic clothing trend of mixing ethnic crop tops with any bottoms, breaks all stereotypes about Indo-Western clothing. Short, printed, and beautiful ethnic crop tops are styled with jeans, colorful palazzos, used as blouses for sarees, etc. This trend is great for summer fashion outfit ideas for an exquisite ethnic summer fashion look book.

6. Lustrous and ruffled ethnic clothing- Weddings are a huge part of Indian culture. and who doesn’t want to look their best at a function as auspicious as a wedding? Everyone wants their outfits to be designer and based on the latest fashion trends. Shiny tones have started becoming a trend at weddings. Most of the wedding dresses are made of smooth and lustrous silk threads which give the outfit a subtle glow at night-time and daytime. Ruffle designs are also part of the ongoing trend. Ruffles are added to lehengas, sleeves of blouses, and kurta to give it an ‘it’ factor.

7. Floral prints- Floral print outfits and accessories are favored by most of the females as it looks aesthetic and at the same fashionable. One can wear floral prints kurta, skirts, or sarees to blend floral print and ethnic clothing in the most contemporary way. Plain and simple accessories like pendant chains and pearl studs complete the floral outfit ethnic look.

To sum up, there are many more ways in which one can choose to design and style your ethnic outfits. These were just the top seven trending ones. Indian ethnic clothing is a deep-rooted part of the Indian culture and always will be. Designing an ethnic dress to create a new style has always been an Indian specialty. Dive deep into the different and unique cultures from every state of India with ethnic clothes. Surf through the websites on the internet today, to find some gorgeous, unique, stylish, contemporary, and comfortable Indian ethnic apparel.

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Inspired by her daughters, an Ohio native launched a new handmade jewelry line, with ready-to-wear and customizable options. See how you can shop her collection from the comfort of home.

Andi Lantz Rothfeld is a mom of two, she’s also an entrepreneur and excelling at both. Lantz Rothfeld is the founder of Sophia James Designs, a jewelry line handmade by the mom of two and named after her daughters Lily Sophia and Chloe James. 

“What started out as a passion has grown into a successful business,” she says. “I started making bracelets for myself with my kids’ names on them to add a little pizazz to everyday outfits.”

What was once a fun way for her to take her mind off everything else, it then grew into something much more than that. 

“I was getting so many compliments and requests to make for friends so I graciously accepted and soon started making more and more designs to go with those bracelets,” she says. “My older daughter, age 5, was getting curious into the beading I was doing at night and now that it has turned into a business it’s been fun to teach her how to be a mom boss and an entrepreneur. Now I love to design custom stacks made specifically for the customer in mind.”

The products offered by Sophia James Designs include customized bracelets, stacks, chain link bracelets and necklaces, charm bracelets and necklaces, men’s bracelets, and children’s DIY kits, with birthday party kits available as well. 

Lantz Rothfeld says that the most important part to her in making her jewelry for Sophia James Designs is offering personalization for her customers. “We have some styles that are traditional and make for a great gift if you want to pre-select an existing style, however many customers have so much fun designing their own customized pieces,” she says. 

Customers can start with a classic bracelet and personalize it to their own unique style. The shop is also constantly adding new charms and colors to the collection and clients have the opportunity to design for their personality.

Lantz Rothfeld also creates specialized designs to resonate with current world affairs. “For example, we have a ‘Loveland’ bracelet for both Black Lives Matter and Pride Month right now, as well as a line for No Kid Hungry, where a portion of the proceeds are being donated to those specific charities,” she adds.

Sophia James Designs is always expanding its offerings, and tries to introduce a new style one to two times per week. Currently they are focusing on fun colors for summer and also making a line of bracelets with messages of love and hope to spark happiness to customers.

“Simply wearing the word Love or Hope, or having hematite, a very protective stone that can help you stay grounded in many situations, on a bracelet can remind you to take a deep breath in a stressful moment and reset,” says Lantz Rothfeld. “We will continue to focus on personalization but also will be planning our holiday lines for people who want to choose an easy holiday gift for their loved ones.”

You can shop the line from Sophia James Designs on Facebook and Instagram. They will also be launching a website soon. 

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One local fashionista launched a business to build confidence of our youngest generation through cute outfits that help kiddos look and feel their best.

A passion for fashion, glam, and everything beauty is in Aleese Alexandra’s veins. Since she was a young girl she’s loved all things fashion, so it only made sense for her to take a leap and open up her own boutique as an adult. 

Today she is the founder of Kiddy Kouture, a children’s clothing brand based out of the Queen City that offers everything fashion-forward for your littles. 

“We aspire for our minis to be just as fashionable as we are,” says Alexandra. “We offer replica, adult-like clothing, but in a friendly, kid style. You can also find a few mommy and me looks as well, because we know how much little girls aspire to be and look just like mommy.”

Kiddy Kouture launched six years ago, when Alexandra felt that there weren’t very many places to shop for unique, stylish kids clothing, aside from typical department stores. So she wanted to give those in the Cincinnati area the opportunity to shop local. 

In the boutique, you’ll find a variety of looks from chic styles to street wear, fun accessories, and so much more. “We have our house brand clothing styles and you can find a vast majority of other brands, and even some local designers that are featured in our showroom as well,” adds Alexandra.

Alexandra prides herself on the quality of products that she offers in her store. “A lot of looks that you see at our shop you will not be able to find anywhere else,” she says. “We make kids feel good in our clothing and accessories and they only want to shop at Kiddy Kouture.”

The items that are curated for the store are chosen carefully and Alexandra works closely with designers to implement the perfect look. “Not only are we just a boutique for kids, but we’ve handled a number of fashion shows for kids all across the globe,” she adds. 

In addition to being a children’s boutique, Kiddy Kouture is a styling service and modeling agency. 

Alexandra is looking forward to the future for Kiddy Kouture. “We are actually working closely with another company by the name of ‘Pink Roses,’ kids modeling agency, where they are greasing up to film reality TV,” she says. “Kiddy Kouture will be the lead wardrobe stylist for the models on the show. We have also been back and forth from Los Angeles, New York City, and Columbus for filming and cultivating different looks for all the models. It’s fun, fun, and more fun! We are so stoked for this opportunity so stay tuned!”

Kiddy Kouture is located in East Walnut Hills at 2337 Victory Parkway. You can also shop online anytime at Kiddy Kouture is also on Facebook and Instagram.

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Learn about a local jewelry shop spreading homemade love and inspiration, one fashion accessory at a time.

For the past three years, Faith Love & Leather Jewelry has been bringing homemade hope and love to customers all over Hamilton and beyond. The shop sells hand cut earrings, bracelets, necklaces and keychains. 

“Finding joy in the everyday life” is the foundation that keeps both the business and founder, Trisha Grantz, running. “It can be difficult as a mother of young kiddos to see the joy in changing diapers, constantly feeding, cleaning up dishes and laundry, little to no sleep or time to yourself. I struggled for years, just wishing for tomorrow or when the kids get a little older, or things get easier,” says Grantz. “I need to see each day as a gift and find something joyful in every situation. It’s not always easy to do so, but once you start working on it, you find yourself happier and more willing to see the blessings even in the hard situations.”

Faith Love & Leather offers many products that are made from mostly quality leather from suppliers out of Washington and Israel, along with a variety of metals. Grantz is also starting to explore the combination of acetate and leather for her products.

Grantz offers her robust selection of products, as well as a custom order feature as well. “For a custom order, customers can contact me through Etsy or social media,” says Grantz. “I work with them until their vision is just right. The whole process takes about two weeks to until full completion. I enjoy custom orders because they get my creative juices flowing in a direction that I wouldn’t have explored on my own.”

There are many great things about owning a small business and for Grantz, it is the irreplaceable relationships she has formed along the way. “I fiercely love people, but never quite found the right way to reach people outside of my family and friends,” she adds. “Owning a small business has stretched me outside of my introverted tendencies and I find myself making friends, encouraging strangers, and loving on people in situations I never would have been in before Faith Love & Leather Jewelry.”

Faith Love & Leather Jewelry can be primarily shopped on Etsy,, and at Sara’s House on Main Street in downtown Hamilton. 

To connect with Faith Love & Leather Jewelry, follow them on Facebook and Instagram. You can also email Trisha at

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A mompreneur helping others look and feel fashionable grew her boutique from a small bedroom to her Milford-based storefront. Read on for all the inspiring and stylish details.

LeiMarie Limited started as an online business for mompreneur Chrissy Gedeon. It grew, and grew, until she opened up a storefront in Sharonville before eventually settling down in historic downtown Milford. 

The women’s clothing and accessories boutique is located along the banks of the Little Miami River, amongst a vibrant community of unique, family-owned businesses including shops, restaurants, and services. 

Throughout its growth, LeiMarie has remained true to itself. “From an online boutique to our first store to expanding to the Milford store, we have always remained true to who we are and where we started,” says Gedeon. “We focus on ‘comfy not frumpy.’ We strive for unique fashion pieces that you won’t find elsewhere, and that provides a sense of confidence and comfort to any woman who ventures into the shop.”

The history of LeiMarie dates back to early 2016 when Gedeon’s business was online and traveling to local pop-up shops. Then, in 2019, she opened her trial storefront in Sharonville. “We then relocated to the larger, more walkable space in Downtown Milford,” she adds. 

What started out as a naptime hustle has become so much more for Gedeon, a mother to two young children. 

“In 2014, we had our daughter, Gedeon explains. “I worked full time in finance, and craved creativity. I needed color, texture, and my own fun. After seeing several online boutiques in other states, I decided to try it out. I never dreamed we would be where we are now. We started in a 10×12 guest bedroom, and have grown to a 2600 sq ft storefront. Truly, our shoppers continue to inspire me to keep going. Seeing women feel great in our pieces, and seeing our fashion being worn to their special events, or even just date nights, is truly inspiring and motivating for me.”

As a #momboss, Gedeon says that she often finds herself doing work before her littles wake up or after their bedtime. “To tell you that keeping a balance between mom life and entrepreneur life isn’t hard is a lie,” she says. “A ton of credit is owed to our stylists. Each day, we have two in the store who handle shopper inspirations, and daily business operations. Cheryl, Shanna, Jen, Stephanie, and Emily are my rock, and the brand wouldn’t be what it is without them!”

A lot of the basis behind LeiMarie is supporting local. In fact, they have a “Love More Local” initiative, where local makers sell their items in the store. 

“Small businesses must band together in order to survive, and we truly feel the community over competition in our brand,” says Gedeon. “Currently, we host Thornwoods, a local husband-wife duo creating hand-painted signs. We also carry Lilian Grace Designs, a line of woman-created greeting cards, postcards, and stationery of all sorts as well as K&L Handmade Clay Earrings, beautiful, handmade clay earrings with natural earth tone vibes and a unique design.”

Gedeon is ready to find a new “normal” for her store, as she plans to host Love More Local sessions once they are allowed. These sessions involve a local maker hosting a DIY class. She also plans to host private parties for birthdays, bachelorettes, book clubs, or girls nights out.

“The storefront has a space dedicated to these types of events, which serves for a fun place for any group celebrating an event, or just wanting to get together,” she adds. “The store receives new inventory weekly and new arrivals hit the store each day.”

You can visit the storefront at 223 Main Street in Milford. You can shop at or follow along on Facebook and Instagram.

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Learn about a new, eclectic online shopping experience that will satisfy your home, body and spirit. 


Looking for a unique online shopping experience to please your closet and spirit? Look no further. Witchy Woman Boutique is a brand new online boutique offering an eclectic mixture of handmade, gently used, and brand new items for the home, body and spirit. 


“Witchy Woman Boutique is about encouraging women to continue to seek their inner powers and strengths,” says Kristina Kennel, Witchy Woman Boutique founder. “The goal is to give our shoppers the opportunity to discover unique, high-quality products. Our hope is that Witchy Woman Boutique can foster a sisterhood of vendors and shoppers all coming together to enjoy a for-women, by-women experience.” 


The Witchy Woman retail space is currently online only, with the shipping and fulfillment done from a farmhouse in Shandon, OH. “The inspiration for the company came from the strong women I was surrounded by growing up who inspired me to be true to my journey and true to who I am with undying love and support,” says Kennel. When I decided to embark on the journey of opening Witchy Woman Boutique, the encouragement I got was humbling, magical and truly inspirational. As Witchy Woman Boutique continues to grow, I want to carry this same powerful energy within the Boutique.”


Witchy Woman Boutique is set to have a soft opening and launch date on June 5, 2020. To stay connected and get updated, visit their website, and follow them on Instagram and Facebook