December 8, 2017

Arkansas Boutiques to Shop this Holiday Season

Looking for a fun, LOCAL place to shop this holiday season? We asked some shoppers who truly know where to shop in the Natural State (Arkansas Women Bloggers) and here is a list of some of their favorite boutique stores around the state.

Unique gifts, as well as traditional treasures, abound at these wonderful places where you can shop small, shop local. Whether you are looking for antiques, clothing, jewelry, kitchen accessories, or home décor, I’m sure one of these stores will have what you need to make gift buying a cinch! Click on each one to see what they have to offer. Several of them offer shipping!

The sweet hospitality at Euna Mae’s will grab you as soon as you walk in the door!

 

 Northwest Arkansas

Freckled Hen Farmhouse (Fayetteville)
Eunamae’s (Springdale)
Persnickety (Greenwood)
Hazel’s Haven (Fort Smith)
La Maison de Lulu (Paris)
Sophie’s Boutiques (Gravette)
Occasions (Siloam Springs)

Photo Courtesy of Freckled Hen

 

North Central Arkansas

Photo Courtesy of Shelby’s

Shelby’s (Harrison)
Siloe (Batesville)
Soul Mates (Heber Springs)


Central Arkansas

Photo Courtesy of The Boutique in Searcy

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Southern Gypsy (Benton)
La Belle Vie (Bryant)
Shine (Maumelle)
Eggshells Kitchen Co. (Little Rock)
The Vintage Rose (Quitman)
Merle Norman & More (Morrilton)

Upper Delta

Photo Courtesy of The O Boutique

The O Boutique (Jonesboro)
Me and My Sister (Blytheville)
Wilson Pharmacy (Wilson)

Lower Delta

Photo Courtesy of Sage Boutique

Sage Boutique (Monticello)
Paul Michael Company (Lake Village)

Southwest Arkansas

Photo Courtesy of KaiSra Boutique

KaiSra (El Dorado)
Glitz N Hitz (Magnolia)
Violet Fields (Caddo Valley)
The Farmhouse (Arkadelphia)

We love our Arkansas business owners and we want to hear which ones YOU LOVE, TOO!  Tell us in the comments.

Amanda Farris

Arkansas Women Blogger member Amanda Farris is a wife to her super hero hunk of a husband and a mother to 3 little kiddos. She is a teacher/coach who hung up her coaching whistle after she got promoted to motherhood. She is a runner who loves all things sports and outdoors. She loves long coffee chats with her husband,fresh flowers on her table, and hosting game nights. Her friends would call her a "gatherer of people" who loves building genuine community. She's just Living the Adventure!. You can find her occasionally blogging at amandafarris.org.

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