Garments boutique is on the transfer

  • Bexley Ann’s Boutique not too long ago moved to 301 Primary St., the previous Goodwill keep, from just a block down the road. A ribbon chopping was held Friday.
  • Operator Jessie Bates at first opened the shop in November 2019. It characteristics infant and toddler dresses, apparel for females and teenagers, purses, jewellery, household décor objects and much more.
  • The keep is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and has a Fb website page.

COSHOCTON − Group support and sturdy business for a nearby garments and clothing shop has led to a move to a greater site.

A ribbon slicing and grand opening was held Friday for Bexley Ann’s Boutique at 301 Most important St., the website of the former Goodwill. The store at first opened in November 2019, just a block down the avenue.

Proprietor Jessie Bates of West Lafayette explained the authentic strategy was a newborn shop with a minimal additional, and the bigger location is allowing for her to discover the ‘little more’ element further more. The new shop is about twice the sizing and Bates calls it far more shopper helpful, as it has improved obtain for wheelchairs and strollers. She has also has much more area for storage and office environment area.

“I just necessary much more room,” Bates explained. “It really is a good deal of what we were carrying out, just a lot more of it and extra specialty goods.”

Bexley Ann's Boutique has moved to a new location at 301 Main St., site of the former Goodwill. Owner Jessie Bates said the larger space allows her carry new items in an atmosphere she called more shopper friendly.

Together with infant and toddler apparel, the boutique gives Mommy and Me matching outfits, garments for girls and teenagers, purses and jewellery and home décor merchandise. 

The revamped retail store has a much larger stock and some new items, like stuffed animals termed Warmies that can be heated in the microwave, leather-based belts and kid’s dance apparel. The store also has unique reclaimed household décor and repurposed home made jewelry from nearby vendors. Bates hopes to include men’s dresses in the foreseeable future.