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Jules Boutique


6333-B E. 120th Court

From versatile light layers to sundresses, Jules Boutique is stocked with one-of-a-kind pieces for work and play, dressy or casual. There are many things you will find at Jules Boutique that you can’t find anywhere else in town. They also carry many clothing lines that are also worn and endorsed by the celebrities. Clothing isn’t all that they offer, either. Jules Boutique also keeps a variety of accessories including jewelry, paintings and home décor all made by local artisans, handmade greeting cards for special occasions, purses, scarves, candles, wall art and much more.

March 2018

Fashion's in the Bag

When it’s unique women’s fashion that you’re looking for in the Tulsa area — the latest hip, fun, vibrant choices that’ll make your wardrobe pop at any age and stage of life — then here’s a not-so-secret secret. Head over to Jules Boutique, and let the friendly owner, Julee Thomas-March, help you select an outfit you’ll love to wear around town.

Thomas-March started the boutique after getting tired of the corporate grind. With a dream of working for herself, she launched Jules Boutique. “I have a marketing degree, like to network, and have been told I have a good eye for clothing styles, so here I am,” she says. She enjoys bringing her creative fashion flair to her customers to help them create their own personal clothing style.

Though the shop’s original location was in downtown Tulsa, parking and foot traffic presented a challenge. So, the boutique moved to south Tulsa, where business is booming as Thomas-March keeps Tulsans looking and feeling beautiful. The shop is a clothing maven’s dream for a lot of reasons, most especially Thomas-March’s penchant for making sure there is literally something for everyone in her boutique.

“Jules carries items from $20 to $200 or more for younger ladies to the hip and fun 80-year-olds,” Thomas-March says. Sizes range from XS-3X, ensuring that everyone can find something that fits. And there are all sorts of interesting, unique, eclectic clothing, shoes and accessories to choose from, making it a different experience than shopping at a chain store.

Jules Boutique carries items from $20 to $200 or more for younger ladies to the hip and fun 80-year-olds. (Photo: Valerie Grant)
Jules Boutique carries items from $20 to $200 or more for younger ladies to the hip and fun 80-year-olds. (Photo: Valerie Grant)

“For the most part, I carry brands not carried by big box stores or in some cases other boutiques,” she says. “Jules carries a brand of leather shoes not carried anywhere else in Oklahoma at this time. I even have a customer who comes from Wichita [Kan.] to shop for shoes.” Favorite brands among Jules Boutique’s customers include Joseph Ribkoff, Finley, Piccadilly, Yest, Sharon Young, Jess & Jane, A.P.N.Y. and many more.

“Two of my favorite brands are Dolcezza and Noah because of the fun, artistic look of both,” says Thomas-March. And there are some other unique options too. “Whimsy Rose allows a customer to design their own top or dress,” she says. “And I don’t think anyone else carries the cute, four different looks Zand skirt from Amsterdam.”

In addition to a sizable selection of clothing you probably won’t find elsewhere, Jules Boutique provides a great experience for every customer from the moment you walk in until the moment you make your purchase, and beyond.

For the most part, Jules Boutique offers brands not carried by big box stores or in some cases other boutiques in Oklahoma.
For the most part, Jules Boutique offers brands not carried by big box stores or in some cases other boutiques in Oklahoma.

“Customer service is extremely important to me,” says Thomas-March. “I want customers to enjoy their experience at Jules. If they find something they like, but I don’t have it in their size, I do what I can to find the right size for them.”

And Thomas-March cares about making room in her store for local creations, so you can expect to find locally made artwork, jewelry and other items — making Jules Boutique a great place to shop and support local artists in the 918.

You’ll find some really cool crafted items, including Funky Rock Beverage dispensers, beautiful Raku crosses, Quilling Cards, gift items for the men and children in your life as well as your girlfriends, and more. And the shop also carries purses (mostly leather ones by ILI), leggings, Brighton Cuffs, LipSense, art by Laura Austin, and fun jewelry by Lori Singleton to complement any outfit.

For ladies in the 918 who are looking to update their wardrobes for spring, Thomas-March has some suggestions for you to consider. “Some of the 2018 fashion trends include the colors red, navy, lavender and pink, check and floral prints, blazers with a T-shirt and jeans, fringe and glitter,” she says. “Animal prints are still in, as are kimono jackets and jumpsuits, along with oversized jewelry.”

Ask about the booty shawl, which is also in, and which the boutique carries.

But if you don’t want to follow the trends, Thomas-March has you covered too. She’ll happily help you find something you love that fits well and makes you happy.

If you’ve never been to Jules Boutique, Thomas-March invites you to visit the shop, introduce yourself and learn the pleasures of shopping local with a boutique owner who cares about making your visit amazing.

“I encourage people to shop local,” she says. “By shopping local, you are helping the economy and providing jobs in your community. You can touch, feel, try on and have fun with your friends. Plus, at Jules, there is a large variety of styles and sizes, so come enjoy the experience.”

The shop can even accommodate you for a special Girls Night Out, birthday party, Bunko game, or any other creative shopping and friendship time you can imagine. There’s no pressure to buy anything. The only requirement, Thomas-March says, is that you have fun. “Just put on a fashion show with your friends and enjoy the experience,” she says. “Be bold, get out of the box, wear some color and love life.”


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