Two of my favorite posts here at MBIP have been done at Goddess Boheme and you can see pictures from those and links to the posts at the end of this post. They recently moved to a new shop on Main Street, so let’s hop on over and check out the brand new Goddess Boheme space!
Here’s the new Goddess Boheme storefront at 606 W. Main Street. Let’s go in and check out the new shop!
Wow, it’s really spacious in here, I think I see a familiar face in the back...
It’s the pretty Proprietess of Goddess Boheme, Sherri Swanson! Sherri said things have been going great in the new location and said we could take a tour and look around, so that’s exactly what we’re going to do. I love it when things work out like this!
Here’s a shot from the back of the shop.
Love that vintage love seat up here in the front of the shop.
Goddess Boheme has a huge assortment of unique, vintage and artisitc clothing. There’s all kinds of styles and sizes for every woman and sometimes men as well, keep on scrolling to see what I’m talking about!
I love the gypsy-styled tent that’s used for a changing room in here! It really adds to the bohemian atmosphere.
In addition to clothing, there’s also one-of-a-kind jewelry, artwork and other interesting items that make for wonderful and unique gifts.
Here’s some Goddess artwork by Sherri and Goddess coloring pages and greeting cards.
One new aspect to this new Goddess Boheme shop is that Sherri has studios featuring local artists and jewelry makers. This one features the work of Kim Houle and Mary Shortland.
We now pause for a framed obligatory mirror shot! And now, back to the MBIP post already in progress...
Here’s some Crazy Dazy Designs by Robin. Very impressive art and jewelry on display in here.
There’s lots of local artwork on display and for sale in here. This is the work of Karla Bayer. Other artists with work on display in Goddess Boheme include: Dominique Krei, Amy Stone-McCloud and Shannon Atherton.
Sherri said that she’s going to have a supply of markers and people shopping in Goddess Boheme will be welcome to color this wall. I can’t wait to see the progress of that!
This studio is Fine Art By Jamie, which features her artwork, photography and bath salts.
These are Positive Attitude Designs featuring art, buttons and signs by Michelle Lindee.
This is the first time I’ve gone to Goddess Boheme and not been transformed into a Goddess myself. Above are two photos of my two transformations and in case you missed them, you can check out those posts here: Channeling My Inner Goddess At Goddess Boheme and A Goddess Marti Party. Thanks to Sherri for a fun tour, you should go check out the cool clothing, artwork and jewelry at Goddess Boheme soon! We’ll see you all tomorrow!