Heather Vinton Robitzer – the owner of Kennett Square’s No. 109, a women’s clothing boutique on West State Street – likes to describe her style as classic, with a twist of trendsetter, writes Rachel Spurlock for Main Line Today.
Vinton Robitzer’s style has evolved significantly over the years.
“My buying and personal style is more relaxed and realistic at this point,” she said.
Today, her casual outfit consists of a pair of Golden Goose sneakers, blue jeans, and a white t-shirt. For a date night, she likes to don all black and wow with jewelry.
Vinton Robitzer did not plan on opening a boutique until she walked by the building her store currently occupies.
“For 10 years, I stayed home and raised my kids,” she said. “One day, I was walking around in Kennett Square, and I looked in the door of this store that I’m currently in and the whole thing just appeared in front of my eyes.”
As far as the shopping debate of online versus in-store is concerned, for her, there is no contest.
“Nothing beats being in the store,” she said. “There are very few women who know exactly what’s going to fit and how every designer manufactures their (garments).”
Read more about Heather Vinton Robitzer in Main Line Today here.