Friday, June 7, 2013

Boutique Peek: Langford Market, Addison, and Wish

Posted By on Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 10:03 AM

Suddenly, there they were: Three new sources of retail therapy at the corner of Cooper and Central. I guess my head was buried too far into work that I never noticed the renovation or the excitement it was creating. After Urban Outfitters pioneered the development of the prominent Cooper-Young corner two years ago, the vacant space next door was finally being filled. Now, that corner feels completely transformed, and quite beautifully so. The revamped building houses three stores internally connected — Langford Market, Addison, and Wish.
At first, I was lured in by all the design elements: A warm wood exterior, unique signage, and cool lighting. Then, I was struck by the bright colors and textures of the clothing and jewelry set in a calm interior. But it was the affordability of the pieces that really won me over — pieces that I wanted in my closet right away. The stores cater to the best kind of retail therapy, describing themselves as “the ultimate destination for a fabulous and guilt-free wardrobe update.”

All three stores are now open, so go prescribe yourself a visit.

Find out more about them including their latest deals through the links below.

Langford Market: Classically feminine clothing including swimsuits, jewelry, handbags, and shoes.

2155 Central Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
Ph: 901.274.4071
Facebook: Langford Market Memphis
Twitter: LMMemphis
Instagram: LMCooperYoung
Pinterest: Langford Market — Memphis

Addison: Upscale clothing, handmade jewelry, handbags, and shoes.

2153 Central Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
Ph: 901.274. 4071
Facebook: Addison Memphis
Twitter: Addison_MP
Instagram: AddisonMP
Pinterest: Addison Memphis

Wish: Whimsical and eclectic clothing for women and men, jewelry, handbags, and shoes.

2157 Central Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
Ph: 901.274.4909
Facebook: Wish Cooper-Young
Twitter: WishTN
Instagram: Wish Memphis
Pinterest: Wish Cooper-Young

Special thanks to store manager Carrie Vreeland.



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