Gonzaga’s main inspiration comes from growing up by the beach in her home country of Brazil, and by her Italian grandmother’s crocheting and handcrafted clothes.
The store’s specialty is a modern twist on classic American clothing.
Birdcages are scattered throughout the store’s first floor between splashes of light, airy pink accents, and most of the sought-after contemporary lines are found here.
A skylight allows for natural light, creating an open and inviting atmosphere for customers, as well as for showcasing the knits.
Langford Market is one of many shops within Merrifield’s new Mosaic District. The center features an eclectic group of handpicked retailers, and each was chosen for specific attributes that would contribute to the overall vibe.
The relaxing boutique achieves the delicate balance between modern and vintage, with sultry styles to basic essentials in three themed rooms.
The store’s classy and quaint layout is in the shape of a dreamy walk-in closet.
The residence turned dream wardrobe has a homey ambiance, intended by owners Katherine Martinez and Ashley Turchin.
Owner Stephanie Fornash Kennedy, a former consultant, began making handbags and selling them at Eastern Market before opening her own shop in 2005, expanding her inventory since.
Ater a 20-year hiatus, Ruth Sutton, owner of CurvyGirls Bridal, always knew she would come back to bridal fashion