Fashion Friday: Jennie Annie's in Webster Groves
From fun separates to flirty dresses, the women's clothing boutique has great looks for summer.
Jennie Annie's in Webster Groves carries a variety of cool and casual summer clothing that is perfect for beating the balmy temperatures.
If you're in need of a casual, comfortable and stylish outfit, try out a beige Mine top ($49.99), a white DownEast tank ($14.99), a pair of brown Young at Heart leggings ($19.99) and a pair of rhinestone-studded Volatile platform sandals ($54.99).
A transparent beige DownEast short-sleeved top ($27.99), the same tank ($14.99), a Reuse denim skirt ($54.99), a gold and pearl necklace ($79.99) and Lindsay Phillips wedges ($54.99) make another great look that is great for any casual occasion.
In addition to fun separates, Jennie Annie's is filled with a variety of lightweight, vibrantly-printed dresses that are perfect for summer.
A short, strapless circular-patterned Funky People dress ($32.99) is a fun look when accessorized with Lindsay Phillips wedges ($54.99), a red and silver wrap bracelet ($24.99), a Kameleon necklace ($45) and Kameleon earrings ($42).
If you're in need of a long dress, Jennie Annie's definitely has you covered with a variety of styles and prints.
The sleeveless white, black, pink and green floral- and paisley-printed Angie dress ($54.99) looks great with a pair of black open-toed Lindsay Phillips wedges ($54.99) and a cross-shaped Gypsy Junkies necklace ($24.99).
The multi-colored and multi-patterned Pura Vida halter dress ($58.99) is ready for a picnic or barbecue with a pair of Lindsay Phillips flip flops ($24.99) and some Gypsy Junkies earrings ($19.99).
Owner Jenny McTearnen opened the Farmington location of Jennie Annie's in 2003 as a gift shop.
"It was started on a whim, but it worked out pretty well," said Stefanie Mason, manager of the Webster Groves location.
The store in the Old Webster neighborhood opened in May 2010, after McTearnen's husband, a Webster Groves fireman, noticed the vacant space. It was around the same time that McTearnen decided to expand the items at her stores to include women's clothing.
"Webster's just a good community," Mason said as to why Webster Groves is a good spot for Jennie Annie's. "They like to support small businesses, and there aren't many clothing stores in the area."
Up next for Jennie Annie's will be the back-to-school sale at the beginning of August.
Be sure to check out the photo gallery for the above looks modeled by Mason and more clothing and accessories available at Jennie Annie's.