Wrapping up their Spring Road Appointments, Clair went on to visit a couple boutiques in Colorado. Making her rounds, she first stopped into Tula. A super cute little boutique located in Fort Collins.
Then cruising on down to Boulder, she stopped into Knit Wit, where she is greeted by husband Fred, and wife Pam. The store has been a namesake for 25 years and counting. The brick and mortar is actually one of the oldest buildings in the city of Boulder. Needless to say, these two know what they are doing and are really good at keeping it going. While we are one of the lucky few jewelry designers they carry, since only having a total of three different designers, they still get a good assortment. All the while, only specializing in leather and beading, you won't find any chain pieces here.
Meet Fred and Pam, as you can see the love between the two is still there.
Like their boutique, this couple has been together a while. Here is an old snapshot of the two while in college. Looks like things haven't changed much.
Inside of Knit Wit.
Then on to Aspen, Clair stopped into Pitkin County Dry Goods where she met buyer Dana. Below you will see a gorgeous picture of Aspen right as night was falling.
Pitkin County Dry Goods.
The off to Denver to stop into Cry Baby Ranch to check in with their buyer, Roxanne. Below you will find another great shot of the shuttle ride from Aspen to Denver.