Try a Self-Guided Boutique Crawl in Covington!

This one is for the girls! Ladies, spring is here and that calls for some spring cleaning of your wardrobe. Time to toss out last year’s glad rags and head out for a day of shopping! And, the best news is, you don’t have to travel far to find amazing jewelry, clothing, furniture and more. Covington’s downtown Square is the perfect stop for your very own Boutique Crawl.

1.       Rustic Flair on Floyd is a gorgeous little shop, right on Floyd Street! Known for their handcrafted wood furniture, eclectic home decor, handmade jewelry, and women’s clothing, Rustic Flair is a bohemian bounty of incredible finds. Don’t forget to ask about their custom-made Dream Catchers. These beauties are handmade onsite, usually within about 7 to 10 days. Even better? Rustic Flairs’ Twisted Tuesday Acoustics! They host live music in the courtyard every Tuesday night, for local artists, like Bethany Hicks, the resident Twisted Tuesday songstress.

2.       A relative newcomer to the Square, Sweet River Boutique offers a variety of personalized items along with some of today’s most popular brands. Brands like Simply Southern, Jadelyn Brooke, and Girlie Girl have all found a home here. And, Sweet River offers monogramming for any of their clothing, shoes, bags, and accessories. Looking for something a little more rough? Rough River Outfitters offers fine men’s clothing, outdoor accessories, and more. And, it’s connected to Sweet River Boutique. Talk about one-stop shopping!

3.       Shelvie Jean has everything you need to create a modern, stylish look at a wallet-friendly cost. Their clothing and accessories are unique and are handpicked by Shelvie Jean owners Judy and Allie. These gals know fashion and are always available to offer advice. Shelvie Jean is one of the trendiest boutiques you'll find in the downtown Covington area! 

4.       Founded in 1932 by James W. Fletcher, Fletcher's Jewelry on the Square has proudly served Covington for 4 generations. Fletcher's Jewelry Company is family-owned and operated, near the Covington square and boasts an impressive array of jewelry and precious stones. Find an anniversary present or pick up something shiny for yourself. The selection at Fletcher’s is as unique and flawless as their gems.

5.       Also known for a great assortment of jewelry and accessories, Brendale’s Salon & Stuff on Washington Street is not your typical hair salon. The friendly ladies at Brendale’s split the space into a salon with a boutique full of trendy styles, and a variety of accessories. Their location is the only Pandora dealer in town, so don’t forget to stop by and see the newest charms. They also many carry other popular lines of jewelry, like Bourbon and Boweties, and even celebrity jewelry designer Mark Edge! 

Whether you’re in the market for new clothes or just need a day of shopping, Covington has it all. Try your own Boutique Crawl and share pictures of your purchases using #covingtonboutiquecrawl. We can’t wait to see what you find!

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