7 spots to get girl boss gear in Charlotte

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Sometimes inspiration doesn’t strike on the first of the year, but a little girl power never ceases to get the creative juices flowing. Whether you’re ready to launch your own business or support your girl friends in getting theirs off the ground, these seven female-owned Charlotte boutiques offer girl-boss essentials for the dedicated businesswoman.

CLT Boutique

 

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Why shop here: The idea for CLT Boutique was born from the moment Britt Misenhimer needed to select something special for her mother, who just completed a heart transplant. Unable to find something unique, Misenheimer created a one-of-a-kind bangle for her. She now travels around Charlotte in a vintage camper mobile boutique, displaying everything from handmade jewelry to fashionable apparel.

Girl boss must-have: Empowered Women Empower Women tee. $25.

CLT Find

 

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224 E. 7th Street

Why shop here: Founders Toni South, Christy Pope, and Britt Misenheimer believe the best products come in small batches, so they created CLT Boutique to support over 40 local makers and artists in the region. Their goal is to help shoppers “find” the perfect gift or souvenir.

Girl boss must-have: Feminist “Metallica” tee. $25.

Feminist Goods Co.

 

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Why shop here: Founded by Lauren Harbury, Feminist Goods Co. is dedicated to celebrating, connecting and empowering women. Harbury highlights the importance of honoring yourself and practicing a “women for women” mentality.

Girl boss must-have: Modern Day Goddess mirror decal. $12.

[Related: How one fashionista is facilitating the local feminist movement with her merchandise]

Girl Tribe Co.

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1800 Camden Road, Suite 102

Why shop here: Dedicated to “ending the girl on girl war,” this business inspires women to support one another. Founders Sarah Baucom and Carrie Barker began by supporting one another’s side hustles, which grew into a group of over 1,000 women (both local and nationwide).

Girl boss must-have: Serious Business Woman tee. $38.

[Related: Show off your Charlotte pride with gear from these 6 local shops]

Loops & Belles

 

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Why shop here: Elizabeth Newton started her business to share homemade cards inspired by the sentiments of life. Driven by her personality, she cares most about the impact that her cards will have on an individual’s life.

Girl boss must-have: Mini Pep Talks. $12.

Rose Gold Rebel

 

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1317 Pecan Avenue

Why shop here: Kayla Godfrey combined her love for pretty things and graphic design to offer unique home goods, apparel, and coffee mugs to the busy woman. What began as an Etsy shop expanded into a local business offering quirky, chic girl boss needs.

Girl boss must-have: Pearlescent planner. $17.

Worthy + Badass

 

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Why shop here: Justine Wiggins founded of Worthy + Badass to share her jewelry with Charlotteans and connect local makers. Known for her hand-stamped necklaces, Wiggins also creates minimalist stationery ideal for any businesswoman.

Girl boss must-have: “Worthy” and “Badass” cuff bracelets. Custom orders welcomed. $17.

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