A Unique Boutique Where City Sass Meets Southern Class.”

By Emily Cowen
The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va.

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr) Brittany Warnick and her Oaks & Derby Boutique landed the No. 2 slot of the “Top 5 Boutiques in the Nation” Reader’s Choice Award in the February 2016 issue of Gladys Magazine. It’s great to know female business ownership is flourishing in W. Va.  Go Brittany!

Morgantown, W.Va.

Oaks & Derby Boutique strives to exemplify a unique style of clothing and accessories best described as “City sass meets southern class.”

“I really like the Kentucky derby and the styles of the spring that they had there,” owner and buyer of the boutique Brittany Warnick said. “So I did a little bit of research on the Kentucky Derby, and I found out they also have a Kentucky Oaks. So I was like, ‘What a cool concept.’ ”

The company was originally located in Morgantown in 2014, but Warnick decided to move the location to Kingwood, her hometown, last November. The boutique mirrors her bold fashion sense while catering to women of all ages.

“I’ve had people in here from age 15 into their 70’s,” Warnick said. “So when I say literally every woman, it’s every woman.”

One of the perks of Warnick’s job is getting customers to branch out of their comfort zones by trying on clothing they would not ordinarily wear.

“But they look gorgeous in it, and they love it and they end up wearing it,” said Warnick.

The boutique offers shoppers a friendly and inviting atmosphere to peruse merchandise.

“I think everyone that comes here is family,” Warnick said, noting that the company is like a home to frequent customers and models who represent the boutique’s clothing and accessories.

Jenn Ash became a loyal customer of Oaks & Derby Boutique when she discovered the wide range of sizes available there. She said Warnick always goes the extra mile by helping her piece together outfits.

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