Apparel & Clothing
Bags & Luggage Store
Jewelry & Watches Store
Sunglasses & Eyewear Store
Baby & Children’s Clothing Store
Lingerie & Underwear Store
Maternity & Nursing Clothing Store
Men’s Clothing Store
Women’s Clothing Store
Arts & Crafts Store
Beauty Supply Store
Big Box Retailer
College / University Bookstore
Cultural Gifts Store
A women’s clothing store online and inside South Park Mall. Having not been able to open their doors in months, they had to close one location in Carolina Place Mall to focus on the Southpark location and online. To support: Visit their website to shop online. Read more...
A gift shop/coffee shop in Kannapolis, NC. Though they are not physically in Charlotte, you can find them at Front Porch Sunday’s and Small Business Saturday. To support: Buy locally made gifts in their marketplace, and stop in to grab a cup of coffee and a Kronut by Sugarrmann. Find them on Facebook, for updates on events for the community. Read more...
A men’s clothing boutique that also sells furniture, home furnishings, art, and barware. To support: Customers can either call (704-712-9531) or email to confirm or schedule appointments. They can also go through the store’s Facebook business page to book appointments. Read more...
A new small business owned by Erika Paige Henderson, Slippin’ Knotz sells chunky, hand-knitted blankets. How to support: Buy a cozy blanket, and maybe send one to a friend, too. We all need some comfort right now. Read more...
This nostalgic thrift shop is owned by Josh Hallums and Jess McDonald, and it specializes in vintage apparel from the ’80s and ’90s. How to support: Shop online and check out their Instagram. Read more...
Owned by Andrea Richter, Pretty Honest specializes in handmade, natural, soy candles. Bestsellers include fresh coffee, green tea and lemongrass, eucalyptus spearmint, lavender, and honeysuckle jasmine. How to support: Shop online and follow Pretty Honest Candles on Instagram. Read more...
The watch and jewelry store located in the Epicentre Uptown is owned by James Mack. About a week after reopening, the store was looted over the weekend. The watch and jewelry store located in the Epicentre Uptown is owned by James Mack. About a week after reopening, the store was looted over the weekend. “We have to think about the Read more...
Justine Wiggins, who’s also in the army reserves and works for a professional organizer, runs Worthy + Badass. The company offers jewelry, key chains, and other accessories. Pre-pandemic she set up shop at pop-ups and other events, but since large-scale gatherings have been canceled, she’s focused on her online presence. Beyond jewelry, Wiggins also hopes to create a community around Read more...
Traci Bullock manages the second-hand boutique on Beatties Ford Road. The store is one of Friendship Community Development Corporation’s programs. The non-profit helps Charlotteans with affordable housing, transitional living, and more. How to support: Shop in store noon to 6 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, or online anytime. The boutique is also in need Read more...