Named after her grandmother, Georganne Bryant opened this boutique in hopes to bring the community together by collaborating with other local artists and showcasing handmade jewelry, clothes, and many other gifts.
If you are anything like me, finding gems like these can have me wandering in their store for hours.
What’s it like inside?
Aaron and I walked inside and an employee was extremely nice by greeting us and asking if we had any questions to let us know. I instantly felt comfortable!
I am used to walking into boutiques because they have so much variety. If it is your first time, then I advise you start from beginning to end (front of the store towards the back) and then back to the front again.
Why? Because it is super overwhelming. There are small gifts like pins (which I bought one, duh), notebooks, pens, jewelry, and so much more!
Did I mention that they also have a section curated for guys and another one for babies? Hats, clothes, beard “stuff”, etc. for the guys and toys, clothes, books and more for babies.
How’s the parking? Is it easy to find?
Woah, woah, woah. Slow down there! There is definitely enough parking, but the only issue is if you are entering from Camelback then you will have to deal with the traffic of Dutch Bros. There is also another entrance through Pasadena.
Honestly, I found this place because I was searching for boutiques downtown. I used to go to Dutch Bros without realizing there was this amazing boutique right next to it!
What did you buy?
I’m glad you asked! I bought a pin that reads “Push it Real Good” with an espresso machine pictured. You can find the picture here!
I also bought a t-shirt that is originally from Frances and it has many items pictured, like food, dogs, shoes, sunglasses, cupcakes and more. All of the items are outlined by the shape of the state.
It is super comfortable and one of the many things that I love about this shirt is that it doesn’t have a tag! I know, seems like I’m being a baby, but come on. You won’t have an annoying tag irritating the back of your neck.
I heard they have something called ‘Crafeteria‘?
That’s correct! Crafeteria is a festival that has over 30 local vendors showcasing their handmade goods. Still not convinced? You are in luck because by going to First Friday, you can just stop by from 6-10pm (you have plenty of time) and see how great the festival is for yourself!
Overall, I enjoyed myself and plan to return to buy more goodies. You can never go wrong with supporting local and in return you have something especially unique for you!