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Ruffle Feathers Boutique opens in Richmond Hill
Ruffled Feathers Boutique celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting and reception on Thursday. The store is located in the Pig-A-Dilly shopping plaza at 2552 Highway 17 in Richmond Hill. Shown are, from left to right, Ashley Booker, Bryan County Chamber of Commerce member Trace Palmer, Richmond Hill City Councilmember Jan Bass, store owners Mitsu and Brian Jordan and Jacqueline Caldwell. - photo by Jeff Whitte

A new boutique opened at the Pig-A-Dilly shopping plaza on Highway 17 in Richmond Hill last week.

Owned by Mitsu and Brian Jordan, Ruffled Feathers Boutique offers new clothing and accessories for women and girls. Ruffle Feathers also has vendors who offer “uniquely created items, handmade jewelry and other fashion or gift items,” according to a press release. Limited vendor space is available as wel.

It is located at 2552 Highway 17.

According to Mitsu Jordan, the store’s goal is to find clothing that “compliments a woman's body and helps you look beautiful.”

“Our trendy women's clothing is fun, comfortable, and practical,” Jordan said. “They are easy to match items that can usually be worn to many things, not just a special occasion. Most of our women's clothing is made in USA and we try to carry newer boutique designers that are not found everywhere.”

Jordan said “some brands have also given us exclusive sales rights in Richmond Hill.”

“Our plans are to have a small selection of higher end boutique brands like Mustard Pie and Jak & Peppar this spring. We carry women's sizes from small up to 3XL and girls sizes from 2T up through Tween size 12. The only thing better than our trendy clothing selection, are our prices,” she said.

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