Owasso is a growing community and is catching up to Tulsa every day. The Redbud district is a wonderful example of how locals are claiming their space in our local economy.
A traveling enthusiast and Oklahoma native, Sara Downing, is opening her boutique Wild Ivy on June 5th. The clothing and accessory store will be featuring fair trade products from around the world and a few made close to home.
Wild Ivy has an online store that’s open and will soon be allowing a “pick up in-store” option once their physical location opens its doors. Located on Main and 76th, the store is opening just in time for Tulsa to be allowing access to public spaces since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This bo-ho boutique will also be seeing a few more additions later this summer. Downing has mentioned that the store will be extending its clothing sizes with plus-sized options.
“I wanted to have a store where all women could shop. I believe women of all ages should wear whatever styles they want,” Wild Ivy’s goal is to not only introduce Owasso to worldly cultures but make them accessible for women of any size and age.
Dowing is bringing back bellbottoms, linen overalls, kimonos and plenty of other summers looks that you can feel breezy and easy in once you’re ready to go back in public.
Wild Ivy is about feeling comfortable in your own skin which is why you can also find a variety of locally made soaps and skin products. So, make sure you check out the accessories and other products that will be shelved in the store.
Based in Owasso and made for Owasso, Wild Ivy is going to be another great piece of Owasso culture. Being the only one of its kind in our town, Wild Ivy will make shopping for stylish and unique clothes easier. Without the hassle of driving all the way to Tulsa.
If you are interested in seeing how Wild Ivy’s clothing looks the shop also has an Instagram, Shopwildivy, with models from all over, places Downing has traveled to, trying out the fun and breathy styles you can buy for yourself.
For more information about the store and the owner Sara Downing, check out their online store at Shopwildivy.com.