After a year of unfortunate closings, the region is ready to welcome new shops to the area. From clothing boutiques to plant stores, these are the shops coming to Northern Virginia that are on our radar.
Opening June 2021
A new nail salon is coming to Fairfax. Services include manicures, pedicures, hand and foot massages, facials, and much more. Also, the polishes used by the salon are non-toxic, making it a great option for expecting moms and children. 11944 Grand Commons Ave., Fairfax
Opening July 1
If you are a book collector or love reading, start planning your trip to this new bookshop. Along with selling classic, antique, and limited-print books, Bespoke Books’s services will also include helping build your personal library collection and offering book collections for interior decorations and home stagings. Downtown Leesburg
Opening July 2021
The DC-based houseplant store is adding a location in Arlington. Soon you’ll be able to shop for desert, tropical, and rare plants in this one-stop shop. The store also hosts workshops and offers in-home consultations and other plant services to give you the tips needed for your plant to succeed. Ballston Quarter: 4238 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
Opening Fall 2021
The upscale women’s boutique is making its way to Fairfax. The Southern boutique offers a variety of brands and designers for women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories. The Fairfax Corner location will be joining the Fredericksburg storefront as the second location in Northern Virginia. 11899 Grand Commons Ave., Fairfax
Opening Fall 2021
If you’re looking for a new place to find upcycled furniture and home decor, you’re in luck. The Lazy Daisy Gift Store is set to open a new storefront at the Village at Leesburg later this fall. In addition to decor pieces, you’ll be able to find handmade gifts and jewelry from local artisans and vendors. Village at Leesburg: 1602 Village Market Blvd. SE, Leesburg
The long-awaited luxury car studio is set to open this year. The California-based company has started taking orders for its electric Lucid Air, with deliveries starting later this year. Unlike visiting the car lot, the studio will allow you to customize your vehicle instead of picking out what’s on hand. Tysons Corner Center: 1961 Chain Bridge Rd., Tysons
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