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The Flair Boutique to celebrate 4th anniversary with huge sale

The Flair Boutique is turning four years old Feb. 2 and celebrating in style this Thursday with a 50% off rack sale. This means the 50% off magnet will make its way around the store and move from rack to rack every hour. Come by to join in on the celebration and see what cute outfits or neat finds you can get for half off.

At 4 p.m. they will cut the celebration cake and serve champagne and non-alcoholic beverages. The store will be open late until 8 p.m. Thursday to celebrate.

This unique boutique is located in Sand Dollar Plaza off U.S. Highway 87 and has a variety of merchandise.

From trendy outfits and hand-crafted jewelry to funny hand towels and local honey, you can find the perfect gift for a friend or maybe even treat yourself.

Some of the local artists at The Flair Boutique include Jacob Meyers, who makes resin coasters, Rachel and Lane, who do wire wrapping and make semi-precious jewelry, and Julianna Rousseau, who makes blown glass ornaments and home décor.

Other local art featured at the boutique includes crocheted children’s clothes and toys, beaded jewelry, embroidery, sewn aprons and bowl koozies.

If you’re looking fror a formal gown, be sure to check out their assortment of new and gently used consignment gowns.

The inventory doesn’t stop there. Owner Kari Rubin is a retired Navy combat veteran, who hand selected self-defense items to include tasers, pepper spray and knives.

She hosts a self-defense class for anyone who is interested. This two-hour course is informational and teaches self-defense techniques and awareness. It is not a physical hands-on course. It only costs $5 with any purchase at the store, or $10 by itself.

Other classes, such as jewelry wire wrapping, beading and beginning crochet, will be hosted at the boutique in 2023. Stay tuned to their Facebook and/or website,, for class dates.

Rubin expanded the store last year to include home décor and she is selling some of her cute display furniture that she no longer needs.

One of the furnishings is an Ethan Allen extension desk that converts into a dining table that seats six with three leaves.

Kari is also a member of the Navarre Krewe of Jesters and Mardi Gras is coming up fast.

The Krewe will be hosting their Mardi Gras Ball from 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4 at St. Sylvester Catholic Church. Come get dressed up and enjoy a great party with live music by She and The Its. Tickets are $40 a piece and can be purchased at The Flair Boutique or at the door.

The Flair Boutique
1900 Highway 87, Navarre, FL
Open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sun. 9 a.m. to noon