What’s In Store?
A roundup of retail happenings throughout the Emerald Coast
Love + Grow Clothing Co. has opened its first showroom and warehouse in Freeport. The company, started by Lindsey Smith, features mommy-and-me clothing for girls and boys from 6 months to 12 years. It also offers footwear, accessories, blankets and more. In 2017, as a new mom, Smith took on a career that merged her passions for fashion design and motherhood. After enjoying success as an online merchant, she secured space at 457 Serenoa Road. Smith’s husband, Nick, grew up in the area, and the Smiths were happy to set up shop in Freeport.
- After 22 years in The Shoppes at Paradise Key in Destin, Today’s Boutique is relocating in 2022. The new location has not been unveiled yet, but owners Kim and Jim Dettle have said that it will better serve their loyal clientele. The new location will carry all the brands and styles they are known for as well as new additions. Today’s Boutique has been outfitting Emerald Coast women in high-end brands and on-trend styles for 40 years.
- On Board Charcuterie creates customized charcuterie boxes, boards and trays for all of life’s events. Give them as holiday, birthday or thank-you gifts, or call upon On Board Charcuterie to cater a corporate function or wedding. The business is located on Palafox Street in downtown Pensacola.
- Once you’ve shopped until you’ve dropped or at least worked up an appetite, head to Destin Commons’ newest concept, City Food Hall. The 14,000-square-foot space is home to 10 restaurants, a bar and two Top Golf suites. All are set to be open this summer.
Magnolia Soap & Bath Co. specializes in plant-based, natural soaps, bath bombs, body butters, shower oils, scrubs, shower steamers and more. The franchise store, located at Destin Commons, was founded by a mother who was concerned about her daughter’s sensitive skin. With over 40 scents, you’ll want to take your time sniffing and selecting.