A shop called 32 Flavors Boutique will close its doors in Dilworth at the end of the month.
The boutique – which sells hand-made jewelry, pieces of art, women’s clothing, furniture and gifts – has been in business at its spot on East Boulevard for five years, owner Julie Burke said.
The store, next to Sunflour Baking Company, could only sign another five-year lease, Burke said. She and her husband have decided to move out West instead.
32 Flavors has started a clearance sale, offering everything at least 50 percent off. The retailer will offer flash sales on its Facebook page for whatever doesn’t sell. Burke said she will continue to sell her handmade jewelry, Live Pretty Jewelry, online, too.
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Burke added that she has no plans to reopen 32 Flavors after she moves, but “Never say never!”
32 Flavors joins a growing list of other local retail companies to close their doors in Dilworth recently. The Bag Lady announced this week, for instance, that its lease in Kenilworth Commons is not being renewed. Also in Kenilworth Commons, Kabob Grill will close at the end of the month.