Score the Season’s Hottest Looks at Blush Boutique

 In Feature, Style

The fact that my job as ALIVEs Fashion Editor has me hitting Sarah Kings Kirkwood boutique on a regular basis has me tickled pink.


In 2006, Blush opened its doors—and took me back to the start of my fashion career when I was easily distracted, and found reason to make personal purchases most every day. Though I thought that I had matured and had even started to abide by a budget, all was lost the minute a styling mission had me perusing the racks of Kirkwood’s chic new boutique in search of of-the-moment threads and accessories. That I found, and so much more.

When a trend page sends me in search of summery dresses, I know I can count on Blush; when designer denim is a month’s hot feature, I know owner Sarah King will have new styles in store that she’ll be excited to show me—between celeb style gossip and the lowdown on what she’s wearing (I always ask, as she’s undoubtedly on my “Best Dressed” list!). Truly something for women of every style and salary, the fact that I covet and can afford the oh-so-hot Wild Fox Couture tees and the latest by Free People, both of which are consistently in-store, spells trouble. As for jewelry pieces by House of Harlow and Virgins Saints & Angels? I would call them torture devices, if trying them on for fun wasn’t my
main thrill in life.

On to bigger and even better things, Blush will be moving within eye’s view of its original location in August—which is bound to mean more brands and much more merchandise. That’s it; I need a clothing allowance (151 W. Jefferson Ave., Kirkwood, 314.965.4411).


444_206.jpgHannah Jo tank, Free People cargo pants

445_206.jpgHannah Jo tank, Totem shorts

446_206.jpgDede clutch

447_206.jpgHannah Jo tank, Totem shorts

448_206.jpgHouse of Harlow bangles

449_206.jpgHouse of Harlow ring

450_206.jpgCover by Jungle Gurl dress

451_206.jpgFoxy Originals necklace

452_206.jpgLenora Dame ring


Photo credit: Photo by Egan O’Keefe

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