Best Boutiques in North Carolina

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American Eco-Baby in North Carolina

American Eco-Baby

704 Bell Fork Rd., Jacksonville , North Carolina 28546

At American Eco-Baby & Diaper Service, we focus on the well-being of your children.

Best Known For: A cloth diaper service

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Bump & Baby, LLC in North Carolina

Bump & Baby, LLC

3 Market Square, Pinehurst , North Carolina 28374

Bump & Baby, LLC specializes in boutique mommy, baby, and children's gifts.

Best Known For: Curated goods for a boutique mom and baby.

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Lucky Lucy's Boutique in North Carolina

Lucky Lucy's Boutique

5701 Abingdon Ridge Place, Raleigh , North Carolina 27607

Lucky Lucy's Boutique team believes in providing unique, trendy fashion at great prices that you won't see everywhere you look.

Best Known For: Trendy affordable clothing and accessories

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Ivy and Leo in North Carolina

Ivy and Leo

6401 Morrison Blvd, Charlotte , North Carolina 28211

Ivy and Leo believes shopping should be fun and shouldn't break the bank! They bring you all the trendy clothes without the guilt!

Best Known For: Up-to-date & trendy styles at affordable prices

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Personally Yours in North Carolina

Personally Yours

2446 Tribek Ct, Burlington , North Carolina 27217

Personally Yours offers the best in embroidery and personalization alongside Bridal!

Best Known For: Gifts, Screen Printing, Embroidery

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Blis Uptown in North Carolina

Blis Uptown

100 North Tryon Street, Suite 265, Charlotte , North Carolina 28202

Blis a Gift Boutique is a shopping experience, offering complimentary gift wrapping, personalized gift services, along with a unique array of gifts and accessories for the office and home.

Best Known For: A gift experience

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Neighborhoods in North Carolina

Chapel Hill

Though Chapel Hill plays host to the University of Carolina as well as more than 50,000 locals, the city keeps to its small town roots. With murals adorning every wall in downtown and alumnus seeking to keep the city local, there's a unique surprise around every corner.

Charlotte

Nicknamed the Queen City, Charlotte was named in honor of the German Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, also known as Queen Charlotte. Today, it is the second largest banking headquarters in the United States after New York City (not to mention its richness in Krispy Kreme and sweet potatoes!).

Wilmington

Wilmington is a port city in coastal southeastern North Carolina, United States. Wilmington boasts a homey, small-town vibe with delicious eateries and independent retailers.

Asheville

Asheville pops up on national rankings for "The 50 Most Alive Places To Be" and one of the "10 Most Beautiful Places in America".

Pinehurst

In the heart of the North Carolina Sandhills, you’ll find Pinehurst, the home of golf in America. Walk beneath the whispering pines and you’ll understand the wonder Donald Ross experienced as he first surveyed the property in 1901

Raleigh

To most residents of Raleigh, it may not come as a surprise that their city earned the title of America’s Best City. Raleigh shows the cultural graces that go along with anchoring the so-called Research Triangle, home to North Carolina State University, Duke University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Among its many attributes the city sports 867 restaurants, 110 bars, and 51 museums, according to Onboard Informatics, as well as a thriving social scene, good schools, and 12,512 park acres, equal to several times the green space per capita in cities like New York and Los Angeles, according to the Trust for Public Land. It also offers a great deal on nights and weekends—from concerts and opera, to the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes and college sports, to the 30,000-square-foot State Farmers Market.

Outer Banks

The Outer Banks are barrier islands off the coast of the U.S. state of North Carolina, separating the Atlantic Ocean from the mainland. Their open-sea beaches, state parks and shipwreck diving sites make them a popular holiday destination. Roanoke Island was the site of England’s first settlement in the New World, an endeavor sponsored by Sir Walter Raleigh.