Sunday, May 5, 2013

austin's rosewood collective

after a drink with a friend at hillside farmacy a few weeks ago, it was highly suggested that i check out rosewood collective.  it's a charming old house turned retail space for 3 small boutiques, all owned by young women.

olive is owned by laura uhlir and features clothing, jewelry and accessories - vintage and new. 
sound & true's owner, mary kathryn paynter, sells a collection of handmade home and outdoor goods.
and paper party sells paper products ranging from gift cards to wall art.  glade hensel owns paper party and was working in the store while i was there.
the store was perfection and i love their whole concept of reducing overhead and working together for their brick and mortar space.

i knew after about fifteen minutes that i was in trouble and wanted everything in sight.  i had to get out of there, but not before buying a set of two skinny gold rings that stack together.  bonus- they were only $16 each!  i haven't taken them off since.

i'm looking forward to going back in again soon.
if you are in austin, don't miss out - you're in for a great afternoon if you pair your trip with a meal and cocktail at hillside farmacy.

check out their website, at rosewoodcollective.com 
and their facebook page, here
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