Shopping in Marion


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Inside a converted bank, JOY helps customers look like a million bucks with clothes and accessories priced at considerably less than one million dollars. An array of designer labels (prices range from $50 to $80+), including BCBG, Laundry, Free People, and Michael Stars, brings a sleek, urban sophistication to small-town fashion palettes. Carefully selected handbags, shoes, and jewelry ensure that you find piquant accoutrements to match your fashion temperament.
710 11th St
Marion,
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*For $12, you get a box of 12 cupcakes in any flavor (a $24 value). *For $24, you get a box of 24 cupcakes in any flavor (a $48 value).
2515 8th Avenue
Marion,
IA
US
Carolyn Schmitz at Destination Massage & Spa practices massage therapy to complement the staff’s aesthetic services. She can soothe sore flexors and impart a sense of calm during sessions that take as long as a leisurely crabwalk from one end of Rhode Island to the other—60 or 90 minutes. If her clients want services to complement a relaxing massage, Carolyn can direct them to hairstylists, nail technicians, and makeup artists.
500 Marion Boulevard
Marion,
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Sarah Gericke, an independent licensed aesthetician and cosmetologist, beautifies complexions at Beauty & Bliss Salon & Spa. While working with a line of ?minence Organic skincare products, she nurtures pores with treatments sans parabens and sodium lauryl sulfate. She also performs mani-pedis with products by Zoya, which was dubbed the longest-wearing natural nail polish by Women?s Health Magazine and a woman who put it on to celebrate the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and took it off to mourn the Louisiana Sale last year. She also uses Shellac polish, which acts like a gel and grants nails 14 days of chip-free tints. When she isn't cleansing faces, waxing fuzz, and painting nails, Sarah distributes makeup evenly across the skin through an airbrush system.
822 Franklin St
Center Point,
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The Scarlett Boutique fashions ladies with casual tops, denim, handbags, and jewelry. Promenade across the quaint shop's hardwood showroom while browsing tops from brands such as Alternative Apparel, Tulle, and Heavy Rotation ($12–$48). Racks sprout a bouquet of stylish jeans ($48–$74), and handbags, totes, and clutches provide vessels to transport home smaller handbags, totes, and clutches ($20–$48). Scarlet-painted walls support shelves stocked with essential add-ons, including jewelry that hangs from body branches in the form of bracelets and necklaces ($10–$30). The Scarlett Boutique refreshes its selection with new items weekly, protecting restless hangers from the dreaded seven-day itch.
110 1st St SW
Mount Vernon,
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US
Melanie Chindlund at Studio 811 specializes in haircuts for men, women, and children. She brandishes her scissors for simple cuts and styles or performs chemical work such as color applications, partial or full highlights, and lowlights. She enlivens strands against a colorful backdrop at Studio 811—one saturated with blue and off-white walls and decorated with flourishes such as plants and framed art.
1105 8th Avenue
Marion,
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US
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