Boutique Peek: Hoot + Louise (Part One)

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We love local boutiques. Sure, we may have hightailed it to Southaven on a recent Sunday morning to get an edge on the other Jason-Wu-crazed Target shoppers, but when it comes down to it, our hearts belong to the unique flair of locally owned stores.

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Which is why we're drawing your attention to one of our favorite things about South Main: A collection of stylish boutiques has popped up in this historic district over the last few years, and Hoot and Louise, a vendor of both vintage and contemporary items, is a true delight among them.
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Owned by Anna Avant, the sweetly furnished store has also recently been home to vintage pop-up shop, Le Saispas, which resides in the back half of the building. Kristin Irène Young, the keen eye behind Le Saispas, spends considerable time scouring the Mid-South's vintage, thrift, and antique stores for roses among thorns.
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We spent last Sunday with Anna and Kristin, playing dress up and reveling in the joys of vintage classics with contemporary appeal. Check back in tomorrow for a full report on the treasures we found...

Hoot + Louise, 109 G.E. Patterson, 746-8683

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