Shop local: The holiday gift guide for womenPosted: Updated:
Christmas is coming up quickly and it’s time to get busy with your holiday shopping! So why not shop local and support our local businesses right here in Wichita? Wichita has some of the most unique shops with distinctive character to find the perfect gifts.
Today, we’re highlighting several local stores that carry a variety of products for the women in your life.
The First Place is a 44-year-old staple in Wichita! A leader in fine jewelry, decorative accessories and gifts for the home. They specialize in top designers in both industries, including David Yurman and Michael Aram to name a few. You’ll find exceptional customer service, gift wrapping and the perfect gift! Oh, and check out their Christmas decorations while you’re there... beautiful!
Section 37 has been around for 13 years and offers classic contemporary clothing for women ages 25 and up! They have anywhere between 25 to 30 brands in clothing and denim. At Section 37, you’ll find a friendly atmosphere and one-on-one service.
And finally, Little Black Dress, or (LBD) is a one-stop-shop for all the latest trends as well as a large selection of accessories, including handbags, and fashion jewelry. If you love Kendra Scott jewelry, LBD has a well-stocked inventory and several other fashion jewelry designers.
If you’re looking for personalized customer service this holiday season, remember to shop local and preserve our one-of-kind businesses.
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