New Bluestem western boutique to open up in downtown Plainville

The new Bluestem boutique is set to open up in mid-March in downtown Plainville. Photograph by Cristina Janney / Hays Submit

By CRISTINA JANNEY
Hays Post

A new western clothes boutique is set to open in March in downtown Plainville.

Bee Reif, owner, said Bluestem will have men’s, women’s, children’s  and baby attire, as nicely as accessories, shoes and housewares.

Measurements for girls will selection from XS to 2XL.

“We you should not seriously have something in this article in downtown Plainville,” she reported, “so it can be heading to be a very little trial and error. I know a large amount folks are thrilled to just go store.”

Bluestem will be carrying the Rowdy Group Clothing line and is making an attempt to develop into an outlet for Twisted X boots and footwear.

“What I might definitely like to focus on is if a person arrives in this article and sees a thing they really like, and we don’t have it in retailer, I will make certain you get it,” she stated.

This original hand-painted mural was created by local artist Brooke Werner for the new Bluestem boutique in Plainville. Photo by Cristina Janney / Hays Post
This first hand-painted mural was established by nearby artist Brooke Werner for the new Bluestem boutique in Plainville. Picture by Cristina Janney / Hays Write-up

The housewares inventory will also mirror the shop’s western concept. Reif currently has tumblers, as nicely as western print cutting boards in stock.

Plainville is a compact community, and Reif explained she is aware of not every person is going to want to have the similar shirt or sneakers.

“The stock is likely to adjust persistently,” she explained. “I never want to have a spot where folks store, and everybody buys the exact same detail. … I may well only have 5 of a person shirt line, and then I’ll convey one thing else in.”

Reif has worked in retail prior to, but this is her very first enterprise as an owner.

The Bluestem building, 215 W. Mill, is a single of three storefronts Reif and her partner have been renovating. Two doorways to east, 213 W. Mill, is her husband’s property finance loan firm, C2C Mortgage loan. The Reifs are transforming the storefront instantly to east of Bluestem into office house.

Accessories on display at the new Bluestem boutique in Plainville. Photo by Cristina Janney / Hays Post
Extras on display screen at the new Bluestem boutique in Plainville. Photo by Cristina Janney / Hays Put up

The making that will property the boutique was vacant just before the Reifs began transforming. Bee Reif claimed it has been unfortunate to see the vacant structures in downtown Plainville, but she hopes the boutique will be a new attract for the group.

“It delivers a small business to downtown,” Reif reported of the boutique. “It also brings some thing that downtown Plainville isn’t going to have. … I consider it provides a thing for persons to do when they are downtown. It delivers people, dollars, everything into that local community.”

Reif has also been a element of the Save Downtown Plainville’s Historic Properties effort and hard work, which has raised income to stabilize 217 and 219 W. Mill, one of the oldest properties in Plainville.

Transforming efforts are even now ongoing at Bluestem, but Reif mentioned she hopes to open by mid-March. Hrs at the shop will be 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays as a result of Fridays, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays.

“I just hope every person is as fired up as we are to open the doorways and have someplace else to come and shop and be associated with the downtown things that happen in Plainville,” she said.

Bluestem boutique in Plainville. Photo by Cristina Janney / Hays Post
Bluestem boutique in Plainville. Photograph by Cristina Janney / Hays Put up

You can follow Bluestem on Fb. You can also call the business at 785-312-2038.

The store’s web page is less than construction. As soon as it is done, buyers will be equipped to purchase from the site and have things transported to them.

Katheleen Knopf

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