Spring is in the air and that means shedding our sweaters, scarves, and boots! You could say the Park City dress code is casual, but there is no shortage of style on Main Street. Check out a few of our must stops this month, and the stories behind them!
In 2008, Olive + Tweed opened its doors on Park City’s Main Street with a warm invitation:
Come in, stay a while, and share in our celebration of the beautiful things of life.
That invitation continues today. This small boutique finds joy in offering an accessible price points for specially curated collections of artisan and designer brands. Whether you’re local or just in town for a while, they're thrilled to be part of your Park City experience.
For as long as she can remember, owner Lori Harris has been intrigued by Fashion. From a very young age, she watched her grandmother take clothes from the JC Penney catalog and turn them into fabulous pieces; making her the queen of fashion in Lori's eyes. The way fashion can change how a person feels coupled with her own passion, motivated Lori to open Mary Jane's in 2004. She wanted to create a store where women of all ages could shop for emerging and known fashion designers at a variety of price points
Opening in the summer of 2008, Cake Boutique sought to fill an unmet need in Park City, Utah, by offering women contemporary clothing that was modern and wearable without being overly trendy. Cozy sweaters, soft tees, perfect boots and premium denim are Cake's proverbial bread and butter, and it is all topped off with a fabulous staff that is trained to deliver superior customer service.
Cake is owned by Katie Hammond (or Aunt Cake, for those who are curious how the store name originated), who moved from San Diego to Park City when she was 10. As a result of her divided time between sea and snow, Cake's offerings are a blend of west coast styling with casual mountain town living. Hammond is very choosy about which brands ultimately end up in Cake, and furthermore, she always strives to buy the best of what each brand has to offer in order to ensure that Cake remains a cut above the rest. "I'm not a fan of department store shopping," Hammond says. "While the big stores might offer some great brands, the selection always seems watered down. At Cake, we work really hard to pick the best items within each label and our clients really recognize and appreciate that."
Now loved by locals, semi-locals and tourists alike, Cake has made its mark on Park City and established itself as the premier destination for women who are looking for great style.
Flight boutique was is the brainchild of two best friends Kristen Doyon and Blaire Isleib. They grew up together in Park City, Utah and attended college at the University of Utah. After college Blaire headed to New York to work under famous stylist, Lori Goldstein, working on shoots for W magazine and Vogue, hundreds of ad campaigns and with celebrity clients. Kristen headed to Los Angeles to begin her Public Relations career with fashion brands such as One Teaspoon, Sheri Bodell, and Pianegonda jewelry.
They felt their home town was missing a niche market and moved back to Park City to open Flight Boutique. Since opening on Main Street in Park City in 2009, Flight has been known for carrying lines and clothing “exclusive” to Utah. The girls are motivated by enriching the fashion culture around them and helping their clientele find special pieces that leave them feeling confident, feminine, and stylish.
The boutique was made for the fashion the forward girl looking to find all latest styles and trends. By offering over a hundred different brands from across the globe, Flights brings individuality and cutting edge designs to their customers. They have have created in-store concept and aesthetic that matches the beauty of the clothes. The main goal is to offer their customers high-end brands, a range of quality options, all at an extremely good price. They’ve even evolved to offer a range of children’s clothing, accessories and gifts.
Flight Boutique is thrilled to offer online shopping and assist in the shopping needs of out of town clientele.