This holiday season, give the gift of supporting your local businesses on Small Business Saturday. These stores across NoVA offer a variety of goods that anyone on your shopping list will enjoy, even the person who seems like they have everything. From sustainable clothing boutiques to art studios, check out these 10 small businesses.
This store is your one-stop shop for ethically produced clothing, jewelry, home goods, and beauty. Snag cozy cardigans, hoop earrings, soy candles, artisan soaps, lotions, lip balms, and perfumes. And make sure to grab a quilled Christmas card to attach to your gift. 78 Main St., Warrenton; 800 Caroline St., Fredericksburg; 16 E. Beverley St., Staunton
This women’s boutique in One Loudoun is a must-stop for any fashionista looking for closet staples ranging from athleisure to floral dresses. Complete your winter wardrobe with a new trench coat or long blazer. Or grab the adventurous dresser on your list a pair of metallic cowboy boots or a trendy halter top. 20368 Exchange St., Ashburn
This downtown Leesburg shop has a focus on sustainable clothing, offering vintage and pre-loved items including V-neck sweaters, leather jackets, and overalls. For a bohemian look, check out the shop’s upcycled denim jackets, which are decorated with a bright textile pattern. Muz & Rose also sells new clothing, from graphic tees to miniskirts to jeans. 3 Loudoun St. SW, Leesburg
There’s no shortage of discounted high-end clothing at this boutique. Stop by for a pair of Chanel heels, Louis Vuitton tote, or a Miu Miu dress. New to You also sells vintage outerwear, jewelry, dress pants, and stylish men’s clothing including blazers and dress coats, perfect for impressing the man in your life with a one-of-a-kind item. 108 W. Broad St., Falls Church
Need a last-minute holiday party outfit? Look no further than Norah Boutique. This women’s clothing shop has a large selection of quality apparel for any occasion, including cocktail dresses, leather jackets, and functional handbags. For trendy outfit inspiration, check out the colorful pantsuit sets. 527 Maple Ave. W., Vienna
Head to this Old Town Alexandria shop for a grand selection of furniture and interior goods. Patina sells all the furnishings you need, from dressers to ottomans to sectionals. Give your home an elegant feel with velvet patterned pillows and glass vases. Patina also offers a variety of pottery and outdoor décor for the garden lover on your gift list. 111 S. Columbus St., Alexandria
Visit this store for women’s clothing, shoes, accessories, and skin care. Upgrade your winter wardrobe with a velvet dress, puffer vest, or oversized sweater (a nice cozy gift idea too). The shop is stocked with playful holiday décor, including glass Christmas tree ornaments, festive kitchenware, and nutcrackers. Its beaded bracelets and wallets make for great stocking stuffers. 11941 Grand Commons Ave., Fairfax
This home goods and clothing boutique sells popular brand items, from Vera Bradley purses to Enewton gold bracelets. Visit the store for a collection of women’s apparel, jewelry, and handbags. It also offers a large selection of home gifts, from candles to seasonal wall art to wine glasses. For the kid-at-heart in your life, purchase one of the store’s Jellycat plushies. 9126 Center St., Manassas
This riverfront home store will bring out the interior designer in you. It specializes in rustic home furnishings and décor, from wooden cabinets to ceramic bowls. Put the finishing touch on your space with one of the store’s candles or home fragrances or buy handbags, hats, and artisan jewelry for the discerning design lover on your list. 125 Mill St., Ste. 5, Occoquan Historic District
On Small Business Saturday, Workhouse Arts Center is offering a 20 percent discount on all pieces at gift shops, galleries, and artist studios. There will be art in plenty of different media, from pottery to jewelry to canvas paintings. This is a great opportunity to finish up your holiday shopping and support local artists. 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton
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