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Magnolia Goods

The shop in Marathon Village offers clothing and accessories for kids and adults, alike.

Written By:  Anna Kate Read

Photographers:  Supplied

Founded by Elizabeth Conner, Magnolia Goods offers clothing and accessories for kids and adults, alike. The Marathon Village brick-and-mortar serves as a studio for Conner’s handmade kids’ clothing company, The Magpie Co., as well as a space to showcase the wares of smaller, American-made brands not readily available elsewhere in town.

“I love being able to tell people’s stories and bring these brands together under one roof,” Conner shares.

Those stories translate into woven art from Smile & Wave, bags from Bradley Mountain and FashionABLE, apparel from Formation Design, teething jewelry from January Moon, wooden toys from Bannor Toys, and more. In addition to a retail and studio space, Conner hopes Magnolia Goods will become a resource for the community, too—keep an eye out for arts and crafts, pop-ups, story times, and workshops to come.

1200 Clinton St, Ste. 15, 615-730-5140; magnolia-goods.com

Photos by Kate Walser.

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