Golden Grace Boutique

Golden Grace Boutique

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A good outfit makes for a good day. That’s the idea behind this local boutique dedicated to creating confidence through strong community and on-trend style.

Golden Grace Boutique is a unique shop full of on-trend clothing, accessories and a whole lot of love. 

The boutique was founded in 2017 by owner Kathleen Reinert. “The inspiration behind my boutique came from my grandmother, Goldie Grace. She was a strong-willed, caring, and beautiful woman who would give the shirt off of her back to any stranger,” Reinert recalls. “At Golden Grace Boutique, we strive to make sure our customers feel like family and confident in her own skin.”

Reinert founded the boutique after having her second child and realized that working as an LPN at Good Samaritan hospital was no longer her calling. She took after her grandma by putting her strong will, heart, and hard work to the test and the rest has been history. 

The boutique carries an assortment of products, each hand-picked with the customer in mind. The products include clothing, fashion jewelry, accessories, gift items and home décor. The products all hold an underlying quality of fresh and unique. “Once an item sells out, we rarely restock it – it makes it a one-of-a-kind,” says Reinert. 

When you step into or log onto Golden Grace Boutique, you instantly become family, she adds. “We strive in making your experience amazing,” says Reinert. “Whether you are coming in to browse or looking for a specific item, we will be there alongside you every step of the way. We want to make you feel beautiful in your own skin, no matter what tough patch you may be going through. I often get messages after customers have left over their appreciation for their time in the shop and how our staff made them feel.” 

Woman of all walks of life can strut alongside Golden Grace Boutique. Their target customer ranges from 13-65, with a recently launched Youth Line. The sizes range from XS to 3X. 

The boutique has two brick and mortar locations and an online presence. “Growing up on the East side, I wanted to establish the boutique in an area close to home, says Reinert. “The village of Batavia has a small town feel and while it might not always be extremely busy, our customers come from near and far to visit our small shop.” 

Their home location is located in Batavia, while their Amelia location will be open up for events and parties. Community is something that Golden Grace Boutique was founded upon and they always find a way to give back. 

The boutique ships to many different states and holds fundraisers for local non-profits as a way to give back. Reinert’s favorite part about watching the boutique come to life has been the intentional community that runs intertwines within the boutique. 

To shop Golden Grace Boutique, they are located at 210 East Main Street, Batavia OH 45103 or you can shop online at To stay connected, you can follow them on Instagram and Facebook.

Hattie Martin is an editorial intern at Cincy Chic. She attends University of Cincinnati, majoring in Public Relations and Fashion Studies, complimented with a Creative Writing Certificate. When she is not found writing, you can find her at your local coffee shop or spending time in her hometown of Owensboro, Kentucky. Contact her at