New Busi­nesses Open

Washington County Enterprise-Leader - - FRONT PAGE - By Lynn Kut­ter

FARM­ING­TON — Chic Gypsy Bou­tique is a new shop in Farm­ing­ton that of­fers cloth­ing, jew­elry, gifts, shoes and can­dles at a rea­son­able price.

The store opened July 7 at 89 W. Main St., Suite 6. Busi­ness hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Satur­days.

Owner Malo­rie Smith of Prairie Grove has owned a booth called Chic Gypsy Bou­tique in a flea mar­ket in Siloam Springs and de­cided to open a stand­alone busi­ness in Farm­ing­ton.

“We liked the lo­ca­tion be­cause it’s on the main high­way and has lots of traf­fic go­ing by,” Smith said.

The store of­fers spray tans, plus and teen sizes and has an on­line pres­ence. Mono­gram­ming and em­broi­dery ser­vices also are avail­able.

Smith said busi­ness has gone well for the first six weeks and she be­lieves a key to the good busi­ness is that she wants to keep her prices rea­son­able.

Smith thanked her fam­ily, the city of Farm­ing­ton and the Farm­ing­ton Area Cham­ber of Com­merce for their sup­port of her new busi­ness.


Farm­ing­ton Area Cham­ber of Com­merce spon­sored a rib­bon cut­ting cer­e­mony to wel­come Chic Gypsy Bou­tique as the new­est Cham­ber mem­ber. The store opened in July at 89 W. Main St., in Farm­ing­ton. Store owner Malo­rie Smith, cen­ter, cuts the rib­bon at the cer­e­mony.


Lisa Allen of Prairie Grove straight­ens mer­chan­dise in Chic Gypsy Bou­tique in Farm­ing­ton. Allen’s niece, Malo­rie Smith of Prairie Grove, owns the new busi­ness.

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