Boutique offers affordable clothing to women

If you saw my post on Facebook (follow me there!), you know that I recently took a trip to Carmel to check out a new boutique.  If you’re not familiar with Indianapolis, Carmel is a suburb of Indy.

Carmel is considered by many to be ritzy. There’s a lot of nice homes and high-end shopping, so it came as a surprise when I heard that an affordable women’s boutique recently opened in Carmel City Center

Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s true. Endeavour boutique, 846 S. Rangeline Road has something for everybody. Like, literally.

This local boutique is one of the few in the Indy area that offers clothes for sizes small to 3XL. And the stuff for curvy girls is not frumpy at all.

One rack of the curvy girl clothing.

One rack of the curvy girl clothing at the newly opened Endeavour boutique.

With a color scheme of turquoise and brown, you’ll find the atmosphere to be very chill.  The laid back atmosphere matches the colorful dresses and shirts on display for summer. However, if you take a closer look you’ll see there’s an industrial vibe with display racks made of pipe and wood, which was made by the owner’s husband the manager told me.

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A woman shops the curvy girl racks at the boutique.

 

Now, let’s get to the important part: prices. The manager said prices for clothing range from $15 to $100,  jeans are $60 to $80 and jewelry is $9 to about $25. Prices are comparable to your favorite mass retailers.

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The store, which opened a little over a month ago offers clothes for sizes small to 3XL.

They also carry locally made shirts from Hayes and Taylor and United States of Indiana.

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Locally made Indiana shirts can be purchased at the boutique.

I’m looking forward to going back sans The Kid.

What do you think of Endeavour? Will you shop there?

-Whitney-

 

 



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