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Phoenix vintage boutique, Wicker Goddess, begun with a wedding day approach

All Sarah Smaller preferred was to promote the yellow sofa she employed for her wedding day. 

But a person vintage sale on Instagram led to the next. In February 2020, Small opened, “Wicker Goddess,” a retail store at 16th Avenue and McDowell Street in Phoenix. 

3 many years right after launching an Instagram account to promote vintage items, Compact appeared on “Good Early morning The us” on Thursday, Jan. 13.

Small appeared in a section of the present compensated for by GoDaddy, a Tempe-based company that provides website web hosting and other equipment for around 20 million organizations. Tiny, who was compensated for the physical appearance, has utilised that firm’s companies because she released her shop.

“I feel incredibly honored to share our tale on ‘Good Morning The united states,'” Tiny reported. “I want to be some thing that individuals can appear at and say, ‘yes, if she can do it, so can I.’ My hope is that they discover what their real passions are because daily life is limited. I hope it evokes people today to jump.”

What is Wicker Goddess?

Sarah Small owns Wicker Goddess. The shop was featured on Good Morning America

Positioned at 16th Street and McDowell, Wicker Goddess sells vintage clothing, equipment and residence merchandise, Smaller states.

A rainbow mural greets attendees as they enter the small (just around 400-sq. toes) shop to discover vintage vases, furnishings, house goods, jewellery, dried florals, crystals and hand drawn greetings playing cards and prints produced by Smaller. She also sells community items built by area suppliers and artists.