Clothing boutique opens in West Lafayette

| December 16, 2019

Kayla Miller opened Mint Ivy Boutique at 116 East Main Street in West Lafayette. The women’s clothing store is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. Josie Sellers | Beacon

WEST LAFAYETTE – A year ago Kayla Miller never dreamed she’d have a store front for her clothing business.

“I’ve been selling online now for a little over a year,” she said. “I have built up a customer base and realized I had a lot of local customers.”

Miller’s customers used to have to come to her house to try items on, but now they can come find the perfect fitting pieces at her new Mint Ivy Boutique.

The boutique, located at 116 East Main Street in West Lafayette, offers women’s clothing in sizes small to 3xl.

“I try to carry unique prints that you won’t find everywhere else,” Miller said.

In addition to her clothing, she has a selection of gift items, shoes, LuLaRoe merchandise, and gift cards available. Her store also features a unique upcycled bag made out of old military tarps and tents.

“I started selling LuLaRoe two years ago, but ventured out and now have all different types of brands,” Miller said. “LuLaRoe is what got me started and all my pieces from it are now on clearance.”

Mint Ivy Boutique’s opening day was Dec. 14. Miller plans to be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. Sundays will be reserved for private shopping parties that must be scheduled in advance.

“I want to thank my mom (Tara Crozier) because without her none of this would have happened,” Miller said.

She also thanked Justin and John Troendly, Bernie Kenney and Luann and Sally Yoder for the work they did on helping to transform the building into her store.

For more information on the store, contact Miller at 740-502-9217, e-mail [email protected], or look the boutique up on Facebook. A new website also is in the works.

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