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Talulah & Hess

photography by Jill Broussard

Talulah & Hess

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The sweet white chandeliers hanging in this girly boutique will lure you in, but the goods will keep you shopping. The front of the store is a fragrance fanatic’s paradise. Find candles from Tyler, Votivo, and Lafco, beautifully packaged body products from Lollia, and Hanky Pankys in every color of the rainbow. If you’re on a budget, look for $10 hand creams, Mixture shot-glass candles for $7 a piece, and locally designed stone bangle bracelets for $25. A small collection of shower-worthy presents (like The Little Piggy Went to Prada nursery rhyme book), serveware from Michael Aram, and pet products (think bejeweled collars and water bowls), are here, too. The dresses, blouses, and ballet flats in the back are worth a quick look.

Owner Elizabeth Mast also took over the space next door when it became available in order to carry more home decor. It took her six weeks to turn the vacant space into a design boutique featuring custom furniture and upholstery, lamps, rugs, paintings by local artist Carol Benson-Cobb, and fun and versatile accessories including throws, candles, and pillows.

 

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