Boutique Shopping: Knock Knock Boutique

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While I’m a true Lancaster city lover, there’s a small part of my heart that is devoted to Elizabethtown. It was a great place to grow up, and I visit fairly often to see my parents. While it was a little sleepy when I was growing up, there’s been new places popping up along the town’s main street and square within the past few years, and I couldn’t be happier to spotlight one of the town’s newcomers this week.

Meet Knock Knock Boutique, or also known as my new obsession. Millennial cliches be damned, but I can’t even with this place. It’s just GREAT. It’s an accessory lover’s heaven, and you can do some serious damage in there if jewelry is your thing. I had to mentally tell myself, “do not buy every bracelet in here” while I was walking around the store.

Owner Emily Drobnock handpicks her inventory and while the shop is definitely glitzy and glittery, it’s not in your face cheesy; it’s cool and sophisticated with hints of boho chic, whimsy, and elegance.

The walls are lined with racks of necklaces, earrings, and bracelets ranging in style from delicate and dainty (very similar to one of my favorite designers, Kendra Scott) to bold and colorful (great statement pieces).

There’s also a great selection of sun hats, easy-to-wear dresses and bags, and sunglasses, so your summer staples are covered. Knock Knock also carries popular accessory lines like Pura Vida, Lily, and Laura, Headbands of Hope and stationary and cards from Rifle Paper Company.

It’s the perfect place to pick up a gift for your mom or girlfriend or find a new pretty piece for your own jewelry box.

Knock Knock is in a great location, between Folklore (a super cool coffee shop) and Funk’s (a craft brewery with live music, trivia and great food). Both are definitely worth checking out while you’re in the area.

Not close to Etown? No problem! Knock Knock also has a shop in Hershey conveniently located next to Fenicci’s, so you can grab a glass of wine before you shop or treat yourself to some pizza afterward.

Check out Knock Knock in Etown at 8 South Market Street or in Hershey at 110 Chocolate Avenue.

Author: Hope

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