No need to leave the house to shop with these Charleston companies


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If you’re getting antsy during this time of social distancing, might we suggest some retail therapy? There are a lot of ways to shop local during this time, and we’ve rounded up some of our favorite local artists and retailers. Here’s who to shop from your couch (or the curb):

Updated April 14 at 11:40 a.m.

J. Stark makes backpacks, travel bags, tote bags, all the bags you’d ever want and need. Owners Jess Nicoles and Erik Holmberg are offering to walk shoppers through the shop or through any bag in particular via FaceTime. Talk about customer service. Be on the lookout for their deals of the day.

Beloved local bow tie company Brackish Bow Ties is making masks for the health care community. Every purchase on their site helps with these efforts.

Croghan’s Jewel Box is offering discount codes for select items; check them out on their Instagram.

Lina Rosa Jewelry is currently offering 20 percent off earrings until Sat. April 18.

You can always shop vintage goods at redrosevintage.com. Be sure to check out the Red Rose vintage bid page, @redrosevintagelottery.

Holy City Vintage Market has been hosting virtual markets — tune to their ‘gram to stay up-to-date with the next one.

Zen out with some of Candlefish’s candles; you can shop online or set up curbside pickup.

Celadon is offering 25-50 percent off … everything.

Shop virtually with the Station Park Circle.

Blue Bicycle Books is offering curbside pickup and free local deliveries within five miles of the shop.

Beckett Boutique is offering 25 percent off items on their website with code spring25.

Paula Rallis Home (which sells vintage goods and custom furniture) offers discount codes on their ‘gram.

You can snag discounts if you shop online at Maris Dehart, be sure to follow their Instagram.

Snag 25 percent off all in-stock handbags or all sale merchandise online at shoptaxidermy.com with code 25OFF.

Shop online at Hampden Clothing. You can chat with a stylist through video or text, Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Itinerant Literate is offering virtual one-on-one book consultations. You can also buy books online and have them delivered and stock up on audio and e-books.

Monkee’s of Mt. Pleasant has a full-service website where you can order what you want and have your products delivered curb-side (or to your home). Monkee’s is keeping Instagram up to date with all their new items, too.

Order flowers for those you love from Tiger Lily; they’ve reduced their delivery fees to $10.

Roadside Blooms is still delivering flowers and plants and getting creative with new projects like the Plantmate Club, where they’ll deliver a surprise plant, soil, and care instructions.

Charleston Hemp Collective is offering curbside pickup and delivery (minimum $40 for delivery), 10 a.m.-7 p.m. They’re offering a flower pre-roll special at their Folly Road distribution center (1250 Folly Road), $5 pre-rolls, minimum of 5 at a time. Call (704) 244-7200 to learn more.

Many of the artists who share and sell their work at Mitchell Hill are extending a 20 percent off discount on their works. Learn more at mitchellhillinc.com.

Customers can now shop Wonder Works through a virtual tour. Order goods over the phone, (843) 849-6757, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. every day for no-contact curbside pickup or porch delivery.

Smoke n Brew offers 25 percent off all glass (and 15 percent off store-wide items) on 4/20.

Shoes on King is offering 20 percent all new merchandise this week, with 30 percent off Tory Burch items, plus free shipping.

Nectar Sunglasses host a 4/20 sale (on Mon. April 20) with 42 percent off everything on their website for 24 hours (no code needed).

Polly’s Fine Jewelry offers 20 percent off online orders with the promo code HOME. For every $100 gift card you buy, you get an extra $20.

Get free shipping with orders over $50 when you shop Palmetto Moon online. 

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No need to leave the house to shop with these Charleston companies

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f you’re getting antsy during this time of social distancing, might we suggest some retail therapy? There are a lot of ways to shop local during this time, and we’ve rounded up some of our favorite local artists and retailers.

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