Retail Fix

In December 2022/January 2023, Stuff by Anna Beth AdcockLeave a Comment

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Start the new year off right with a new ’fit, spa treatment and more via these local picks.

After revolving locations, you can now find consignment boutique Revolver in a new spot next to the original DTR Char-Grill Downtown. Just keep your eyes peeled for the waving mannequin seated outside the shop—and stop in for some sweet secondhand designer goods. 610 Hillsborough St., Ste. 101

For a one-stop shopping experience, head to MODE, a designer consignment boutique (we’re talking high-end brands like Kate Spade, Coach, Louis Vuitton and more!) that recently moved to a new location in the Village District. 510 Daniels St.

How’s this for joyful news? Joy Worthy Co. officially opened its first storefront (!), offering regular classes and events in partnership with local businesses and creators. And, well, joy is guaranteed. 131 S. Wilmington St.

*Cue tiny violin.* Renowned violin dealer, maker and restoration shop Montgomery Violins—founded by veteran instrument maker and restorer John Montgomery—made a move from Hillsborough Street to Morson Street in Oakwood. … And that’s music to our ears! 410 Morson St.

Spread #GirlPower in style via The Women’s Social Club’s new online store feat. cozy apparel, tumblers and stickers emblazoned with empowering messages like “Votes for Women” and “Women Supporting Women.” doveandoliveraleigh.com

Spa, la la! Woodhouse Day Spa made its debut at North Hills in November—and with its indulgent spa services (think massages, facials, waxing and body treatments), the new spot is sure to have you feeling perfectly pampered. 4204 Six Forks Road, Ste. 102

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