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The French Door OBX in Outer Banks

The French Door OBX

2921 South Croatan Highway, Nags Head , North Carolina 27959

Owners Donna and Sarah ensure the fashions at The French Door are cutting edge, comfortable, and cater to different body types: from sizes 4 to 20. Clothing ranges from business-casual, comfortable, to funky and off-the-runway trendy. 

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