25
Nov

One Thing Three Ways – Piko Dress

Styling a Piko

It seems that some items are just made for versatility. These items can be accessorized in many different ways to create completely different looks. However many people have a hard time choosing different accessories. The boutique associates and I decided to work together to help show you how you can take one item in your closet and style it three different ways.

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18
Nov

DIY Winter Hostess Gift Basket

Hostess Gift

It’s that time of the year again! While everyone else is complaining about whether or not Christmas music should be playing before Thanksgiving, I am busy preparing for all the parties and dinners I will be attending. One thing I always enjoy doing is bringing a gift for the hostess of whatever dinner I am attending. I personally feel that hostess gifts are a dying art and a common courtesy all in one.

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12
Nov

How to Style a Fall Place Setting

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With Fall in full swing and Thanksgiving a mere two weeks away, you may be hustling about to make sure your house looks perfect for the guests that will be arriving soon. From cleaning to decorating you are determined to do it all! Today we are here to help you with one of the most difficult things to style, in my opinion, place settings.

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8
Nov

Walker Boutique West Grand Opening

WBW

Living in a small town means that new stores and grand openings are BIG deals! That was definitely the case this past Thursday when Walker Boutique opened its second retail location, Walker Boutique West. This new location aims to bring trendy clothes, jewelry, and gifts to the west side of Statesboro. Be sure to stop by and visit us the next time you are in Statesboro.  Continue reading

4
Nov

Forever Love: A Story of Long-lasting Marriage

He sat across from me at the table, his weathered and wrinkled hands clasped in front of him.  He finally looks all of his eighty-five years, but that happy twinkle is still in his eyes, and he laughs as easily as ever.  Uncle Bennett has always possessed a boyish charm and youthful soul that draw me in when we visit, year after year.  Aunt Doris has been gone six years now, but Uncle Bennett’s memories and his affection for his bride of fifty-seven years are still obviously fresh upon his heart.  Although my visit with him was much too brief last month, the time we had together left me with a question that lingers on my mind…

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