Best Savannah Boutiques

Gather your best gal pals and get ready to spruce up your closets! Savannah has no shortage of
local boutiques we know you’ll love.

Satchel.

Every fashionista knows that no closet is complete without a good quality leather bag. Satchel is
owned and operated by a SCAD graduate, and since this custom leather goods boutique is part
studio and part store, you can see Satchel’s designers create handmade leather bags and
wallets as you shop. Since opening in 2009, pieces from Satchel’s collection have been featured
in major publications like Travel + Leisure and Garden & Gun.

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Chocolat by Adam Turoni
Shopping doesn’t only have to be about clothing and accessories! The fine chocolates at
Chocolat by Adam Turoni are handcrafted and intricately decorated, with each truffle looking
like miniature pieces of edible artwork. At this chocolate boutique, the exquisitely designed
chocolate truffles are displayed in charming bookcases, making them almost too pretty to eat.
Shopping for chocolates at Chocolat by Adam Turoni is truly an experience – you’ve never been
to a chocolate boutique quite like this.

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Emily McCarthy Shoppe
The designers at Emily McCarthy Shoppe challenge themselves to think outside the box, and
the personalized items you’ll find here can’t be found anywhere else. Here, the talented staff
can design and add a one-of- a-kind couture monogram or crest on anything from stationary
and napkins to glassware and china. Emily McCarthy Shoppe makes bridal shopping a breeze –
they carry everything from personalized cutting boards to his and hers bar kits. Adding
signature style to everyday items has never looked this chic!

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Mamie Ruth | M. Liz Jewelry
If you’re looking for clothing and jewelry that’s down-to- earth and eco-friendly, you need to
step inside this shared boutique space. Mamie Ruth’s clothing is inspired by the vintage, festival
lifestyle of the 60s and 70s, like kaleidoscopic prints and fringed denim. Pair Mamie Ruth’s
clothing with jewelry by M. Liz, a local designer who appreciates the rough, unpolished look of
earthy elements like rose moonstone and African turquoise.

Custard Boutique
The curators at Custard Boutique have an eye for detail, which is why the store’s bags, shoes,
clothing, and jewelry are all fashion-forward and exclusive. Custard Boutique’s mission is to
dress all women, so they carry diverse styles, varied prices and clothing sizes for every shape.
The unique offerings at this Savannah boutique are aimed to make women feel confident,
comfortable and totally individualistic.

T.C. & Brenna Michaels