"This boutique might sport sweet pink walls, but the apparel is anything but cutesy. With Nougat London wide-legged pants straight from UK runways and Paris-inspired, flirty dresses by Yoana Baraschi, there are racks of unique, high-fashion picks. Designer denim, slim-fitting tees, and a feminine assortment of jewelry and handbags round out the inventory. A Minnesota-nice sales staff helps the fashionable clientele try on their finds in a colorfully-striped dressing room."    
Michelle Olson, Citysearch, Best Boutique 2006 - Editorial Pick

Minnesota Women’s Press
– Feminist Find “Favorite Independent Clothing Store”
“What’s an uptown girl doing opening a boutique in St. Paul’s Highland Village? Making a name for herself, that’s what. Stephanie Morrissey may be a homegrown St. Paullite but her 18-month-old shop on Cleveland Avenue feels more like SoHo.
Minnesota Women’s Press, Feb.22 - Mar.7, 2006

“Morrissey, a first-time retailer, has a winner on her hands. She has an eye for mixing current trends with classic styles. The selection here is wearable, fashionable, and affordable… It’s Town & Country meets Marie Claire – tasteful, flirty, fun, functional, and sexy. Customers are both boomers and Xers – even traditionalists.”
Jayne Haugen Olson, Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine, “StoreFront,” January 2006

Minneapolis/St. Paul, Best of the Twin Cities 2005 “On-the-Town Clothing”
“Stephanie Morrissey carries stylish cocktail dresses, separates, and accessories that you’d expect to find at a SoHo boutique.”
Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine, December 2005

“Stephanie’s caters to a broad range of ages and incomes and favors an uber-girlie aesthetic.”
Christy DeSmith, Mpls. Star Tribune, Sept. 21st, 2005

“When Stephanie Morrissey opened her style-conscious store a year ago, she raised the bar on the east side of the river. She stocks a fantastic selection of fashion-forward cocktail dresses, plus women’s casual wear and eveningwear.”
Mpls St Paul Magazine-Shops, Fall/Winter 2005

“There’s plenty of buzz about Stephanie’s in Highland Park. Namesake Stephanie Morrissey’s hotbed for fashionistas offers classic style with a SoHo edge in women’s apparel and accessories.”
Jayne Haugen Olson, MSP Magazine, December 2004

“A familiar storefront in Highland Village has a fashionable new look – a lot of new looks, in fact. Stephanie’s, a boutique that sells classic women’s clothing and accessories with a contemporary, “fashion forward” emphasis, has opened at 758 Cleveland Ave. S. (Stephanie) Morrissey turned the space into a store that has the ambiance of an elegant walk-in closet with a color scheme as upbeat as the merchandise.”
Kristine Chapin, The Villager, October 6th, 2004

“The newest destination for the stylish set is Highland Park, where 26-year-old University of St. Thomas graduate Stephanie Morrissey has opened her eponymous women’s boutique. It’s stocked with fresh fashions both casual and dressy.”
Allison Kaplan, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Sept. 23rd, 2004




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