Located inside Main Street Modern, Lost Thread Vintage is a true vintage clothing boutique with multiple vendors. The shop features both men’s and women’s clothing. Find the shop at 618 Mulberry Road SE in Canton. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Redbar Clothing got its start because Caroline Zenia kept getting compliments about what she was wearing. In 2001, she was ordering and storing items in her parents’ home. Today, she’s running her own shop at 943 S Main Street in North Canton and launching a website to sell the items internationally.
The last time About caught up with the owners at Mainstream Boutique in North Canton, they were the new kids on the block. It was January 2014, and sisters Rebecca Paliswat and Elizabeth Hilton had opened the Minneapolis-based franchise at 1977 E Maple Street just four months before. The sisters, both GlenOak High School graduates, hoped the boutique would fill a void they noticed when they went shopping with their mother.
Stop in at Mainstream Boutique in North Canton to get this cute outfit, featuring a Burnout velvet kimono duster paired with a lace corsette camisole and Date Night Skinny Jean from Mainstream’s private label, Mac and Me. The look is finished with a handmade leather tassel necklace and leather/suede bootie. And the rose gold top coffee thermos is a great gift idea!
Liven up your closet with some looks from Vita, located on the second floor inside the Hartville MarketPlace. The shop is full of unique styles for ladies of all ages. Find women’s apparel and accessories for every day in this 3000-square-foot store.
Style Canal Fulton owners Lori Julien and Karen Cool call themselves purveyors of fun vintage home décor and fashion. The boutique offers vintage items, new clothing, home décor, a line of chalk paint and artisan-made jewelry.
When shopping for a new outfit, Goodwill hasn’t been my first choice or second or third, for that matter. I’ve seen thrifters touting what great pieces they find at Goodwill and thrift shops, and I always believed they were lucky. I knew most of them revealed their tips and tricks to finding the best pieces, but I wasn’t convinced.