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Best Places For Fall Jackets In Charlotte

September 18, 2012 6:00 AM

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With the heat of summer almost completely behind Charlotte, now is the time to get out there and do some serious shopping for fall jackets. Charlotte is home to many a cute, purse-friendly boutique sure to meet any fashion need. Shop the best places for fall fashion in Charlotte, supporting local business while you deck out your wardrobe in unique options perfect for the season.

Revolution
210 E. Trade St., Suite E 280
Charlotte, NC 28202
(704) 971-1990
www.shoprevolution.com

Located in the EpiCentre, Revolution is known for being jam-packed with great clothing finds. From dressy to casual styles, it carries quality designer clothing, paying careful attention to high-end fashions at affordable prices. Enjoy brands including Ted Baker, Design Legacy by Kelly O’Neal, Hudson, Stone Rose, Paige, Junk food, Jonathan Adler, Adriano Goldschmied, Fred Perry and Goorin Bros. Apart from designer jackets, the store stocks a little bit of everything from men’s wear to infant attire as well.

Belle Ville
210 E Trade St. Suite E182e
Charlotte, NC 28202
(704) 344-8413
www.lovemybelleville.com

Also located in the EpiCentre, Bella Ville’s prides itself in providing its customers with the most-up-to-date fashions — all at an affordable price. The store carries a plethora of unique fashion finds, in addition to plenty of bright jackets. At Bella Ville’s, its customers may always find a variety of unique pieces with ample go-to stock items to stock up your fall wardrobe.

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Ivy and Leo
100 N. Tryon
Founders Hall Shops Suite 330
Charlotte, NC 28255
(704) 335-0077
www.ivyandleo.com

Ivy and Leo is fully stocked with women’s-only fall fashion finds. Known for its trendy approach to all things clothes, it carries a plethora of knit jackets, blazers and faux-leather jackets as well. Expect to pay roughly $30 to $100. While you’re there, pick up a pair of shoes in the latest fall fashions, perfect to go with your new coat. Don’t miss out on chunky, fashion-forward jewelry without the designer prices here.

K-La
6815 Phillips Place Court
Charlotte, NC 28210
(704) 643-7800
www.shopkla.com

Located in prestigious South Park, K-La’s has a great reputation for leaving that padding in your wallet. Just as important, perhaps, the staff at K-La’s knows fashion, and helps customers walk out of the store sporting a new and improved style every time. Featuring a variety of jackets that may either be dressed up or dressed down, it manages to maintain its budget friendliness no matter your taste. K-La’s keeps its prices lower than its competitors because it carries brands from up-and-coming designers just eager to get their new lines out there.

The Pink Hanger
2935 Providence Road, Suite 103
Charlotte, NC 28211
(704) 366-7272
www.pinkhangeronline.com

Inside the Pink Hanger, shoppers find modern and casual wear. The Pink Hanger features a small rack for denim and small jackets. It always offers a great selection of accessories and jewelry to match its stellar fashion finds. This awesome area boutique promises great sales as well, so be sure to check in before heading out, and wait for the seasonal sales for great finds on the cheap.

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Century Vintage
1508 Central Ave.
Charlotte, NC 28205
(704) 344-1005
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Century Vintage offers an entirely different vibe than the other stores listed, however, the store is worth a mention because it’s a great place for those seeking out solid vintage finds. The store carries plenty of $10 treasures, including some groovy jackets. This is the place to shop if you want something you’ll never see on someone else when you’re out dressed to the nines.

Nichole Jaworski is a freelance writer for various publications in Charlotte, North Carolina. Nichole is an extremely versatile writer who writes about Public Policy, Social Issues, and Arts and Entertainment. Nichole is also the founder of a local nonprofit called Serve Charlotte’s Homeless. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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