Welcome New Business: The Endless Serendipity Boutique

The Endless Serendipity Boutique

Tucked in on Duke Street is The Endless Serendipity Boutique, a consignment shop recently opened by Stacey Hamdan. 

It’s located in a classic Uptown Saint John building complete with a fireplace mantle in the front parlour. When you first walk in there is a great selection of local Saint John area and Maritime suppliers, products, & artist’s creations. Further is where you will find different rooms featuring consignment clothing and decor.

The front parlour has Maritimes companies including East Coast Candles, Soap by Krystal, East Coast Lifestyle Clothing, and Maritimes Maven greeting cards. She also has some amazing local artisans; artist Emily Katherine, Jewelry by Custom Chrome Designs, Rings by Let’s Spoon Jewelry, pottery by Bryan Moseley and many more.

The consignment items are organized in different rooms with a great selection of women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, and accessories. As well as some great home decor items including small furniture accent pieces. The consignment clothing is refreshed as the season’s change.

She is very excited about starting to accept special occasions & bridal gowns for consignment. Brides can call for an appointment which ensures that the changing room is reserved.

If you are interested in bringing in consignment items, appointments are available by contacting her by phone or email.

Find: The Endless Serendipity Boutique

The Endless Serendipity Boutique

27 Duke St, Saint John, NB

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 11 am to 5 pm

Online: www.facebook.com/TheEndlessSerendipityBoutique/

By Phone: (506) 609-7692

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