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Two Blues Boutique opens in Centerville
SoVaNow.com / December 04, 2013A new shop in Centerville will celebrate its grand opening this Saturday with door prizes, free gift wrapping and specials for shoppers searching for the latest in men’s and women’s clothing and accessories.
Two Blues Boutique, located upstairs from Common Grounds, welcomes everyone to the ribbon cutting Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Afterwards, Santa will drop by Common Grounds from 11 o’clock to noon.
Two Blues is the creation of Morgan Farley, a Halifax resident and recent graduate of Radford University. Farley, who graduated from Halifax County High School in 2010, returned home in May after earning her degree at Radford in three years.
Now she’s going into business for herself.
“I’ve always had an interest in doing this,” she said of the shop, which offers a wide selection of brand-name and off-brand merchandise at a range of prices. Items for sale include men’s dress shirts and pullovers, golf wear and coats, and for the women, blouses, shirts, jackets, scarves and jewelry and other dress fashions and accessories.
Farley said the boutique shop is geared towards the younger set, who might otherwise not be able to find the fashions they’re looking for locally. “It’s a real wide variety of items” that’s stocked at the store, she said; Farley hopes that by opening Two Blues Boutique, younger shoppers may no longer need to travel out of town for the look they’re after.
“I’d rather shop locally than have to go out of town to get something,” she said.
The new shop will be open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., with Saturday hours from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 575-0333 or visit them at 4018 Halifax Road in the Centerville area.
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