IN GOOD COM­PANY

SBJ AUSTIN DE­SIGNER AND BYGE­ORGE VET­ERAN MALLARY CAR­ROLL OPENS HER OWN WELL-AP­POINTED BOU­TIQUE.

Austin Way - - THE SOURCE: STYLE - BY COURT­NEY ECHERD

De­signer Mallary Car­roll found an en­thu­si­as­tic cus­tomer base when she launched her SBJ Austin line of women’s cloth­ing six years ago, with tu­nics, dresses, and other pieces made of nat­u­ral fab­rics in de­signs flat­ter­ing to women of all shapes. SBJ was avail­able ex­clu­sively in Austin at By George, where Car­roll worked in re­tail sales for seven years be­fore open­ing her own bou­tique, Good Com­pany, in March. Lo­cated in the former Kick Pleat space just off La­mar Boule­vard, her store fea­tures SBJ prod­ucts, jew­elry, and se­lect home goods as well as lines like Roberta Furlan­etto and Mes De­moi­selles Paris. Car­roll’s goal? “A woman can walk into her closet and see all of her fa­vorite things,” she says. 918 W. 12th St.; good­com­pany.shop

Tops, bot­toms, and dresses made of wo­ven fab­rics are the hall­mark of SBJ Austin. The line’s de­signer, Mallary Car­roll, re­cently opened her first bou­tique, Good Com­pany.

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