6th St. Boutique

Southern Charm is Thriving

There are many things that Southerners take pride in, but there is one thing that every southerner can tell you everything about….their hometown. There is nothing as important than feeling like you are who you are today because of the many people who live in your community. People that can be found within the local grocery store, The Court House, Fire Dept, even the local Fast Food stops we make on the regular.

You see, in a small town there is a few things that is certain, 1. your field trips will most definitely be local, 2.If you think you can get away with something, well I hate to tell you, but Jim from the local Depot, knows your daddy, 3. You will no doubt see someone you know every single time you go out, so you better have your face on and be ready to talk.

Small towns grow the greatest stories, because everyone remembers a time when…

Not only do they carry gorgeous clothing, but the staff is amazingly sweet.

One thing that I love about growing up within a small town is the growth that you can actively see happening. The town is always evolving and growing. Bringing in some of the most amazing locals who have dreams that are finally becoming realities. It is an honor to watch so many of our locals thriving within the local shops. Supporting these small businesses is such an interval part in what makes our community more like a family.

One of these businesses that I have grown to love and cherish is Simple Luxuries Boutique. I see the pride that the boutique has taken with styling the community as well as the love they have for Tuscumbia, Alabama. There is something worth visiting when you know that when you walk within the doors, you are greeted with good styled Southern Charm.

In the words of Miranda Lambert

“Everybody Dies Famous in a Small town.”

As a true Southern girl I know how valuable a good kimono, and a pair of shoes can mean. My closet holds more boutique pieces than I can count. I am always looking for different pieces that I know will “Wow” when I leave the house.

They are continuing to grow, and just kickstarted an online website.

Simple Luxuries not only houses womens apparel, but also a line of mens apparel that is both stylish and well priced. They hold so many options for teen to adults that you can see the worth that they bring to Tuscumbia. From hair ties, purses, to candles they bring so much to our hometown that you will find yourself visiting frequently and leaving smiling and looking like a true Southerner.

Growing up in a small town means everyone is your family. One thing you will be able to count on is the love, support, and most definitely the southern charm that is still alive and well. Get out and visit the local businesses and meet the amazing individuals that have made Tuscumbia their home. Talk and listen to the stories that this town has created. Just remember it doesn’t hurt to look good while doing it, so check out Simple Luxuries Boutique to be styled by some of the best in the business.

Accessories are a must with any outfit.

Make sure to head over to Simple Luxuries Boutique at 110 W. 6th St. Tuscumbia, Al 35674 and see everything they have to offer

Also make sure to stay updated by following them on social media

http://www.instagram.com/simpleluxuriesboutique

http://www.facebook.com/simpleluxuriesboutique

or visit their website to order at

http://www.simpleluxuries256.com

Author: bakerlanebabe

Growing up in the Tri-Cities the love I had for the area tilted more towards how Id love to leave, rather than to see what the area had to offer. I didn't want to see at the time just how enchanting my hometown was. As soon as the chance arose my family and I made our way to Rhode Island. Once there we made some amazing life long friends, who took us in, and showed us just how proud they were of their state. It may be the smallest of all the states, but it was packed with charm and adventure. Each week we were visiting new restraunts, meeting new people, and visiting so many areas that I had only dreamed of. The residents were so proud of what they all had built together that it made me realize just how much I had missed out on back home. I have always been proud of my Southern Roots and I vowed that if God ever brought me back to my hometown I would make it my mission to explore the best it had to offer. I have been back for two years and have fallen in love with so many places. It is my mission now to bring my small town back to life and spread the word on how charming the Tri-Cities truly is.

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